Your Guide To Buying Tickets Online
Verify All the Information.
The moment you hear rumors of a performance through a friend or the media, the first step should be getting as much information about the concert as possible. The best way to get correct information is by going to the official website of the artist and looking at their schedule. If finding their website is difficult, you can always go to their official social media pages. Most artists upload posters of their next event on their social media pages. Once you have verified that the artist is indeed having a concert, find out the exact dates and the exact venue. Make sure you note these down as they will help you when buying the actual ticket.
Find Out Where to Get the Tickets
Still on the poster, the artist is likely to direct you to a website where you can buy tickets. There will also be indications of the price and whether tickets will be sold at the gate. You will also know if the tickets have already sold out. Note the price packages listed including regular, VIP and VVIP tickets. This will help you know the amount required should you land on a wrong website that is asking for more money than the one indicated on the poster.
Find the Event's Ticketing Website
At this stage, make sure you have the name of the website correct. Once you access the website, you should be able to see the poster for the event you wish to attend and an indication of whether the venue is sold out or not. Take your time to browse through and make sure it is the right event in the right venue. In some case, the same event could be going on in different parts of the country as is the case in tours. Choose the venue that is closest to you.
Fill in Correct Information
Now that you are sure of the event and venue, follow the brief process to purchase your ticket. You will be required to provide your name and in some cases, your email address will be required. Make sure you give the correct information in these stages. Indicate the number of tickets you wish to buy and proceed to check out where the payment is made. Once complete, you will get a confirmation email or message.