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  • December 28th, 2007

    December 28, 2007:
    Buying Tickets On-Line

    Posted by Christine E. at 12:51 pm in Product Reviews,Tickets No Comments

    All of us, at one time or another, have purchased tickets online. Most often for me it’s buying concert tickets from TicketMaster, or, locally, getting tickets for the Wachovia Arena, or (some people do, I, obviously don’t) buy tickets from the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Skankees, directly on their site…

    But what if you want tickets to a Patriots Game, a Red Sox Game, the latest Hannah Montana concert, or even your favorite college football tickets?

    Then checking out TicketLiquidator might be the answer.

    In business since 2002, TicketLiquidator has built the biggest and best-quality database of hard-to-find tickets anywhere. Their goal is to bring together all the various ticket sellers in the country, liquidate their commodity, and then display everyone’s inventory all in one place. They are sort of like Ebay for tickets! Anyone can list with them, from ticket brokers to individuals with season tickets they can’t use. From baseball tickets to tickets to “Wicked”, TicketLiquidator is the place to go…

    As of today, TicketLiquidator has over 3.2 million tickets to 60,000 events, and their sales have tripled in the past year. Operating under the theory that low prices with alot of customers is always better than higher prices and fewer customer, they are easy to use, whether you are buying OR selling. And if you get stuck, there are always knowledgeable customer service folks to help you out…

    So next time you are looking for those football tickets you just HAVE to have, check out TicketLiquidator!

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