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Advice On Buying Tickets For Concerts Last Minute
When you really want tickets to a concert you have been wanting to go to, but don't have any. Fear no more. Here is some advice to help you go to that concert last minute.
1. Use a reliable source.
Do not and I repeat DO NOT use Craig's list. It may be a great price but will for sure be scam, especially when you are buying last minute. Use reliable ticket places like, ticketmaster or stubhub where it says on the website 100% verified tickets, safe and guaranteed.
2. Have the person you are going with in the same room as you.
It is much nicer having that friend with you to decide if hat price is in both of your budgets or if you like the seats. When you aren't together then you either have to be on the phone, and everyone knows we can't multitask well, or have to wait for them to come. Then it could be too late to get those tickets you just found.
3. Don't take too long deciding on what seats you want.
The longer you wait to buy something, then the more likely it will be gone when you return to buy it. Yes the prices may go down the longer you wait, but it is risky. If you are looking last minute for tickets and find a good deal just get it. You know other people will be looking too and also think it is a good deal, and snatch it before you.
4. Pay with a credit card.
If you pay with your debit card on the Internet, you always risk other people getting it. It is easier to steal money from a debit card, since just comes right out of your checking account, than from a credit card which you can catch easier.
5. Be excited.
It's very stressful looking for these tickets last minute, but in the end if you do get them you finally get to see that concert, and if not, you saved money.
Experience from buying tickets 4 hours before a Taylor Swift concert.