Think about the last time you went to see a show. Whether it was a concert, play, or sporting event, you probably paid more than you wanted for your ticket. Chances are that you had to do some searching online to find the best price, and then felt pretty good about yourself because you found a better deal than almost anyone else.
If only there was a way to guarantee that you got the best price for your ticket. Oh wait, there is! It’s called Ticket Price Guarantee (TPG). The TPG site gives you that peace of mind that no matter how much prices change after the initial purchase, you will always get the best available price.
How does it work? When you buy your tickets through TPG, they check other sites like StubHub and SeatGeek to make sure that you have gotten the best price. If they don’t have the cheapest ticket available right at that moment, then TPG will give you 110% of the difference between your ticket and the cheaper one. So not only do they guarantee that they’ll give you 100% of the difference back, they’ll actually pay you an extra 10%.
The best part is that this service is free! All users need to do is sign up for an account
An article published in the _Wall Street Journal_ today reports that a growing number of consumers are looking for ticket price guarantees before buying concert tickets, theatre tickets, and sports tickets.
The article cites many reasons why ticket prices are rising and why it’s difficult to know if you paid a fair price. One of the reasons is that prices change based on supply and demand. The article states, “Supply and demand dictate ticket prices – so long as there’s less of one than the other, prices will rise”.
The author cites the example of Broadway tickets. During a hit show’s first few weeks, prices can drop due to low demand. Once word spreads about how good a show is, demand rises, and so do prices.
Luckily for consumers, there are websites that offer price guarantees for events with fluctuating ticket prices. These sites allow you to buy tickets at today’s lowest price, but if the price goes down before you go to the show, you get reimbursed with store credit or cash back. For example, if you buy two tickets at $150 each and then the ticket price drops to $100 each two months later, you’ll get either store credit or cash back for $200 (assuming the website offers this type of guarantee).
Ticket Price Guarantee is a service that guarantees your ticket prices up to the last minute of your event. If you have already purchased tickets, and the price drops, we will refund you the difference in price. We will compare any current price against the final listing price at the time your order is confirmed by us.
We are a company dedicated to bringing you great value on your tickets. We specialize in lower level seating and premium seats for all events. We work with industry leaders to ensure customer satisfaction and secure transactions.
Ticket Price Guarantee offers great prices on tickets to live events all over North America. From sports to concerts, we offer an outstanding selection of tickets for most major events across the United States and Canada. Our specialty is finding premium seating at discounted prices. You can purchase online at our website or call us at 877-776-8253. We have licensed ticket brokers standing by to assist you with your purchase.
Our Ticket Price Guarantee ensures that if you find the same seats at a lower price within 24 hours of purchase, we will refund the difference. This includes all fees and taxes, meaning we’ll give you the difference between your original ticket purchase price and the new ticket purchase price, including any applicable fees and taxes.
Our 24 hour guarantee gives you enough time to ensure you’re getting the best deal possible, but not so much time that it’s hard for us to re-sell any tickets that may become available.
We also want to make sure that our customers know about any other options they have when purchasing tickets for live events. So if you’re looking for tickets for a sporting event, concert or theater show, we hope you choose Ticket Price Guarantee!
Live Theatre is a thrilling and unforgettable experience, but it can also be a costly one. You can save yourself money by booking your tickets well in advance and taking advantage of the discounts on offer from deals sites like ShowFilmFirst or Live Theatre’s own 2 for 1 scheme. But sometimes you don’t know what you’re doing until the last minute, or an event is sold out before you get a chance to buy your tickets.
In those cases you’ll have to turn to companies like Viagogo who specialise in selling tickets for events that have already sold out or tickets that other people can no longer use. These sorts of tickets are going to cost more than face value because the seller has to make some profit from the sale, they’ve taken the risk that they won’t sell their ticket and they’ve had to pay the commission that Viagogo charge them.
But there’s one more thing you should do to protect yourself if you’re buying these sorts of tickets and that’s getting a price guarantee.
For a long time I’ve been worried about ticket price guarantees (TPGs) — the things that show up on ticketing sites to tell you that you’re getting a good deal. But as with so many things, I didn’t get around to doing anything about it until I talked about it with Paul Kedrosky.
TPGs are supposed to give you peace of mind. They do this by promising to offer refunds if the price goes down after you buy. This is a good idea, but in practice TPGs mostly just confuse people and make them feel like suckers. When people complain about TPGs, they usually complain that they feel like they’re being tricked by someone who knows more than they do about prices.
That’s how it works for me, at least. I’m very skeptical of claims that “an independent study” or “the average consumer” has found this-or-that, because those claims often seem to have been written by marketers who are trying to trick me into buying something. And when I see a TPG on a ticketing site saying “this is the best price!” or “you’re getting a great deal!” or “we’ve got you covered!” I feel like the same kind of person who