We Are Not A Ticket Broker

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Ticket brokers are not bad people for the most part and, in some cases, we actually utilize them on behalf of our clients. However, we want to make it clear that we are not creating the prices for tickets. We use our vast network of resources to bring the best deal to you rather that force you to seek it out. Indeed, we sift through the haystack of bad deals to find you the proverbial needle that will make your trip a memory that will last a lifetime. What sets us apart, aside from the amazing service, and our intimate knowledge of the venues and cities, is that when we quote you the price of a ticket we don’t add to our cost. If we pay $200 for a ticket to a game on your behalf, we tell you on your invoice that your ticket was $200, not $220. On the same token, we don’t purchase a ticket for $100 and sell it for $200.

One of the very reasons we created this company was that we were tired of talking to people that paid double or triple face value for tickets (and thinking they got a great deal) when we got them for ourselves at a fraction of the cost. A classic example of this is from last NFL season. One of our owners was in Dallas for the Cowboys v. Packers game. He had paid slightly more than face value for the ticket, flew down, booked a hotel, etc. The gentlemen right next to him at the game paid more for his ticket than our owner paid for his ENTIRE trip. We don’t want this to happen to you.

What we are trying to do here is use our knowledge of the market, our contacts, and sales skills to get you the same deal we can get. On top of that, you will get you recommendations for restaurants, tailgating, bars and other local attractions. So if all you want to do is overpay for a ticket, contact your local ticket broker. They sell a short term fix that you will surely regret when you look at yourself in the mirror, and at your bank account balance. If you want the time of your life, contact us. We work with you to develop a long term, healthy relationship. We are not a ticket broker.