3rd period language arts with Ms. Melville. Emily Khor
Hey guys! I'm Erin. So as a fellow fangirl, I understand how hard it is to buy concert tickets to see your favorites on stage live.
I know how hard it is for one to buy them. Regarding location, price, the competition, and more.
So here are some basic steps and tips.
Step 1: Firstly go to the website that is currently selling the tickets. And remember to make an account first and add all the info in advance for convenience.
Tip:There may be a timer for when the tickets go on sale... try and go on a few hours beforehand. Once they do come out, it will lessen your chance. DO NOT refresh the page once tickets are released!
Tip:Try using as many devices you can. This gives you more chances, as well as a backup plan just in case the website is lagging or if the device gives you better seating options.
Step 2: Don't be afraid to ask for help from family or friends, it increases your chances, you might get better seating options, and there's no harm in going with a few other people.
Tip:Remember that the closer the ticket is to the stage means that it'll be a lot more pricey. And be strategic with the position you are, try to find the best seats where you have a good view of the performer, and not too close to the speakers.
Step 3: Try to memorise the seating chart of the stadium you're planning on going to. This saves time when the time comes to buy the tickets. And also remember that 'beggars can't be choosers'
If you cannot get a ticket in the area you want, have another idea to where else you can.
And finally Step 4: Once the timer counts down and tickets are uploaded, remind yourself to stay calm and try not to panic too much. Remember; you can do it.
Tip:If tickets are sold out really quick, you may be able to find other people selling any extra ones they flash bought, but beware because the prices may be significantly higher.
If not... then cry.
Unless the screen says this one minute after the tour ticket launch...