Going to a concert is an experience like no other. It gives you the opportunity to see what an artist is really capable of. Sometimes you underestimate their talent. You may think they can only sing, but youd be surprised at how many artists can sing, dance, and play a variety of instruments. After all, they are musicians! Unfortunately, there are some things that can ruin you concert experience. Some you have no control over, but others you have complete control of. If an artist doesnt have any of the qualities listed above, your concert experience may not be that great, but there is nothing you can do to make them better. However, if you attend a concert and your seats are terrible; this may ruin your concert experience. Having nose bleed seats is never fun, but put your tissues away because you will not be sitting up that high ever again!
Chances are the last time you went to a concert, you waited until the tickets went on sale at your local box office or called up Ticketmaster via phone. After waiting in line and/or being placed on hold for thirty minutes or more, you were probably told either the event was sold out or that the only tickets that left were 300 level seats. Now, you may have bought these tickets or you may have paid near double for good seats from a scalper, but both of these situations suck. So how do you get great concert tickets at face value? Buy presale concert tickets!
Presale concert tickets are tickets that go on sale before the general sale to the public, and are usually available through Ticketmaster online. A percentage of tickets for the show are set aside and a presale password is usually required to gain access to the tickets. These passwords can be obtained by joining fan clubs, receiving email newsletters, or for free online! After you get the presale password for the event you are trying to buy tickets to, the process is simple. You go to the event page, enter the presale password in the space that is provided, search for your tickets, and buy them when you are most satisfied.
TIP: Open two different browsers (ex: FireFox and Internet Explorer) so you can conduct two searches. This will give you a chance to make sure you get the best seats available.
The ball is now in your court. Concerts are great fun, but bad seats can ruin your experience. Use this information to get yourself great seats to the next concert you are going to, and enjoy the show the way you should!