Overall, Ticketfly can be a good place to find affordable and reasonable ticket prices on any non sporting venue. Their ease of use through the whole purchasing process and simple login connected with Facebook, makes it super easy to get the tickets you need. It also allows you to invite friends and family so they can share the experience with you. On October 7, 2015, Pandora bought out Ticketfly, which means they will be able to offer more venues, with more artists all over the U.S. With the financial backing of Pandora, Ticketfly will be able, more than ever to provide you with amazing deals on tickets and services for venues and promoters to sell their tickets.
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The company was built on a passion to create the best user experience possible at affordable prices.
You can purchase tickets at Ticketfly.com, on venue websites, Facebook, and now mobile devices. They have a convenient way to share events so you can bring your friends along.
They offer several different delivery options including: printing tickets, Apple Passbook, Mobile, Mail, and Will Call. This is a great addition to what they already provide, as it lets you choose the delivery option that is most fitting for you.
Ticketfly believes in keeping it simple, and uses your Facebook login to manage your Ticketfly account. Not only is it a great place to buy tickets, it’s also one of the most widely used services for smaller to medium sized venues selling tickets.
Another great thing is there are no hidden fees, which is common with other ticket sites.
- Easily Share Events
- Decent Prices on Lesser Known Venues
- Safe & Secure Checkout
- Track All Orders
The only negative I could find about Ticketfly.com is that they don’t offer tickets to sporting events, at least as far as I could tell. It would seem they only sell tickets for concerts and other non-sporting events. This is not necessarily a terrible thing as there are plenty of other sites that offer sport events. Some of the venues they offer tickets for are exclusive to Ticketfly, and/or not offered by other bigger competitors.
Some of the venues they offer tickets for are exclusive to Ticketfly, and/or not offered by other bigger competitors.
- No Sporting Events Listed