|Click To View Tickets|
|NBA Finals Tickets||Pageant of Masters|
|Wimbledon Tickets||Depeche Mode|
|Stanley Cup Tickets||Josh Groban|
|Mayweather vs Canelo Tickets||Lucky Guy|
|National Finals Rodeo||One Direction|
|US Open Tennis||Book of Mormon|
|Ryder Cup 2014||Wicked Theater|
|MLB All Star Game||Pageant of Masters|
|World Cup Brazil||Boston Red Sox|
|Sochi Winter Games||New York Yankees|
|Anaheim||Kansas City||New Orleans|
|Atlanta||Louisville||New York City|
|Barcelona, Spain||Las Vegas||Paris, France|
|Calgary||Madrid, Spain||Salt Lake City|
|Chicago||Melbourne, Australia||Saint Louis|
|Dallas||Milano, Italy||San Francisco|
|Indianapolis||Munich, Germany||Washington DC|
Ticket "scalping" is an ancient practice and some consider Internet ticket broker sites to represent the newest generation of scalpers. Reputable online ticket brokers disagree, noting a key difference: unlike scalpers, they do not negotiate their prices. An industry association, the National Association of Ticket Brokers (NATB), has set standards for the resale of tickets and enforces a Code of Ethics among its member brokers.
If you are considering buying tickets on the secondary market, the Better Business Bureau offers the following tips to ensure a successful transaction.
If you find out that you have purchased a counterfeit ticket, report it to the NATB and file a complaint with the BBB (www.bbb.org) to help warn other potential customers.
Here are some links about scams which we will add to over time.