When I travel I like to take in the sights in whatever city I am visiting. A lot of times that is checking out the local flare or out somewhere in nature. But I also love to go to events like taking in a baseball game, seeing my fave band play, or getting all fancy and heading to the opera. I’ve started to use ScoreBig.com which is a site that I have saved 60% below the box office rate! Best part? There are never any service fees! I am not a huge fan of service fees. You?
ScoreBig is really easy to use and I find myself checking out what is happening in a city once I have my travel itinerary planned. Here are the steps:
1. Find an event in the city you are traveling to (or live in) and pick out the event or game you want to check out.
2. Every seat has a star rating – the more stars, the better the seats. Select the Star Rating for your dream seats.
3. Name the price you want to pay for your ticket. Now, don’t bid $5 for a $250 seat, because that is just silly. It is not gonna happen, my friend. Be realistic because you can only bid on one star level per 24-hour period.
4. Enter your credit card info, cross your fingers and get ready to do your infamous Happy Dance. You will know in 7 seconds if you’re bid was accepted.
5. Yep, that easy.
I’m headed to New York City in July and August and since I have yet to see a Broadway Play, I am using ScoreBig to score me some tickets! Now, I just have decide which shows I want to go to. What would you see?
ScoreBig has sports tickets for the MLB, NBA, NHL, and NFL. Plus show tickets to concerts, plays, operas, and even those family shows on ice.
Looking for tickets for Opening Day? You might want to see what ScoreBig has to offer. I love baseball!!! Can’t wait for this year to get underway already!
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ScoreBig.com, where you can save up to 60% on tickets nationwide! Purchase must be $30 or more.
Thanks for the info – something to definitely add to my arsenal of bargaining tools.