Before you drop a few hundred (or thousand) dollars on concert tickets, here are seven ways to save money on a live show.
7 Ways to Get Cheap Concert Tickets
- Sit near the back.
- Buy from a reseller.
- Wait until the last minute.
- Skip town.
- Sit solo.
- Attend shows at the fair.
- Earn cash back.
What is the best website to buy concert tickets?
- Best Overall. StubHub. You can buy and sell concert tickets with StubHub.
- Best Value. Ticketmaster. Ticketmaster has some of the lowest fees, and it offers three-day returns on most tickets.
- Lowest Service Fees. Coast to Coast Tickets.
Do concert tickets on StubHub get cheaper?
Yes they do. You just have to give it time and keep checking back. Typically, as the event date gets closer, ticket holders selling on the StubHub marketplace will lower their prices so as to get rid of the inventory of tickets they have, for better to make money at a cheaper rate than to completely lose your profit.
Do concert tickets get cheaper closer to the date?
As the event nears, secondary ticket sellers are more likely to lower prices so they can recoup some of their initial costs. The day before, or the day of, an event is when you’ll likely to find the cheapest concert tickets. Demand to see a concert is so high that ticket prices never go down.
Is it illegal to resell concert tickets?
Indiana also prohibits the resale of tickets to any sparring or other unarmed combat match for more than face value, while Maryland limits it to boxing, wrestling, and kickboxing. Selling a ticket for any other type of event is legal right now in those three states.