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www.tickets.com is the consumer facing website for our company, Tickets.com, Inc. We are an easy, fast and fun way for you to search and explore the world’s sports and entertainment tickets in one place. Check out our about us page to learn more.
No actually, we’ve been around since 1995!
Tickets.com, Inc. has been around since 1995 and is a leading provider of fully integrated event ticketing technologies, solutions, and services for thousands of top arts, entertainment, and sports organizations worldwide. Tickets.com, Inc. is a privately held subsidiary of MLB Advanced Media, LP, the interactive media and Internet division of Major League Baseball. Tickets.com, Inc. has 2 main business divisions: a business-to-business (B2B) division and a business-to-consumer (B2C) division both aimed at delivering awesome ticketing products and services. Check out our about us page to learn more.
ProVenue is the business-to-business (B2B) side of our business. ProVenue® is the newest and most advanced ticketing system from Tickets.com, Inc.. ProVenue puts you in control of your ticketing operation, from box office to phone sales to Internet transactions. With unsurpassed flexibility, open architecture, robust data management tools, and transaction speed, ProVenue delivers industry leading technology to ticketing. Check out the ProVenue page to learn more.
Individual sellers cannot list tickets on Tickets.com. If you’d like to learn more about becoming a client, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are a few ways to order tickets. In many cases we sell tickets to you directly on our handy website or through one of our awesome partner websites, like StubHub. When available, we provide the box office telephone number of the organization holding the event for you to call. In some cases, the event promoter will provide you a phone number to order tickets through as well. Keep your eye out on the different ways to purchase – it’s all up to the event promoter!
Once you find the event you are looking for, you can see a seat map of the venue by clicking on the seat map link. During the Tickets.com purchasing process, you will have the opportunity to see a seat map before making your purchase. If you do not see a link to a seat map, that means we do not have one to show you. We know it’s annoying, but we can only show what we’ve got!
Because of the nature of the internet, there are often many people attempting to purchase tickets to the same event. In order to give all customers fair access to all tickets, the venue promoters rank each seat in the various price levels and the ticketing system sells the best available ticket for any selected level on a first come-first served basis.
Absolutely. We apply a system of Internet security technologies to assure that your transactions are safe.
Ticket limits are established by the event promoters / presenters of each event, and are generally set to ensure the fairest distribution of tickets among all those who wish to attend an event. Orders that exceed the posted ticket limits per household may be canceled without notice.
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For playoffs, or other conditional events, the ticket provider will often offer a refund when it is determined that the specific game will not be played. You should review the ticket providers’ websites for their refund policy.
Tickets.com sells and aggregates tickets. If there is a problem with your order, please contact the ticket provider directly. If that ticket provider was us, then check out our contact page.
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We’re trying to protect you, our fans, from online computer programs or “bots.” Often times, these entities take ticket inventory from our website without permission and leave you, with no access tickets. We think that’s bogus, so we use reCAPTCHA to prevent these bad guys. Hang in there, we know it isn’t the easiest or most user friendly service, but we don’t have much of a choice.
Why indeed. We would much rather not see fees on tickets – but it’s not up to us, despite appearances. Our technologies allow – and we actually encourage – the teams, venues and event presenters to charge a simple, single price for tickets, and sort out how to allocate costs for the show behind the scenes (i.e. electricity, janitorial services, ushers, stage hands etc. – all the components other than the players or act). Our systems were built to do this and can track how to divide up the money from a ticket price outside the view of the fan, but for some reason the industry has gotten into the habit of charging “processing fees” above the price of the ticket. Sure, in many cases some (but rarely all) of the fees go to Tickets.com, but that’s because our systems have costs but most of clients don’t want to purchase or license our systems outright. Instead, these “costs” (unlike electricity, ushers, janitors etc,) are paid to us on a per-transaction basis. It does raise the question as to why this is the only service that’s charged or exposed to the customer – should there also be a “Janitorial fee” on your ticket purchases?
Tickets.com has utilized guidelines issued by the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) to implement functional improvements to Tickets.com as describe here. We are always working to make sure Tickets.com provides the best user experience to all our fans.
While we aim to make the new Tickets.com website as accessible as possible and to meet the latest W3C guidelines, our pages may not always pass online validation tools. If you notice ways we can improve the usability and accessibility of our website, please send your suggestions to email@example.com.
Event Cancellations / Postponements
The venue or the event promoter determines policies relating to the cancellation of an event, not us. These policies can vary, but generally, such policies provide a refund of the ticket price. If an event is cancelled, we will attempt to contact you and advise you on the venue or promoter’s policy for obtaining a refund to that event.
When we issue a refund to you, we will refund the price that you paid for your ticket. Service fees, processing fees and any other fees, such as delivery fees, are not refundable.
Policies regarding postponed events vary by venue. If an event is postponed, you should contact the venue directly to obtain information about postponed dates of the event and if there is an applicable refund policy.
In an effort to give our fans an opportunity to purchase tickets to an event, venues and promoters often set limits on the number of tickets one customer or household is allowed to purchase. You will be advised of any limits on tickets by a posting on the “buy” page for the event, or by a system limitation on the number of tickets you may purchase during your online session. Tickets purchased for an event during multiple online sessions on our website are totaled to ensure that any venue or promoter imposed limitations are not exceeded. When customers exceed these limits, their orders may not be fulfilled.
Ticket availability is subject to change. We are acting as a sales agent for venues and promoters. We do not control the number of tickets or the location of seats that are made available for purchase. Sometimes promoters and venues release additional tickets for an event after it has gone on sale. Tickets are also “locked” (not available) for a short time while customers complete their purchase. If a customer does not complete his or her purchase, previously locked tickets are released and made available for purchase. For these reasons and others, the tickets available for a given event can and do change rapidly. If you are unable to find tickets to an event, please check back again. Once your purchase has been completed however, we are not allowed to exchange or refund your order even if additional tickets become available at a later date.
Pricing and Other Errors
If the amount you pay for a ticket is obviously incorrect, regardless of whether it is an error in a price posted on this web site or otherwise communicated to you, or you are able to order a ticket before its scheduled on-sale date, then we reserve the right, at our sole discretion, to cancel your order and refund to you the amount that you paid. This policy will apply regardless of how the error occurred.
All Sales are Final
All sales completed though Tickets.com are final. Our client venues do not allow us to refund or exchange any order once it has been confirmed, so please be sure you have selected the proper event and seat locations prior to completing your order. Once tickets are issued, they are like cash and will not be replaced or refunded if lost or stolen.
You understand that the resale of tickets may be subject to state and local laws and regulations. Any violation of such laws may result in your prosecution by such agencies. Tickets.com assumes no liability arising from your resale or attempted resale of tickets purchased through us.