So it’s like 5 o’clock the day before an event is scheduled. You really want to go to the event but you didn’t get tickets when they went on sale months ago. What can you do? If this was 10 years ago, I might say that maybe you can find a ticket from whatever was still available, but that means going to or calling the venue in hopes that you can come by even one. Otherwise, you were out of luck.
Luckily, times have changed, and for the better. Here are four reasons why:
You Get Instant Availability
Instant e-tickets are now a thing and the era of missing out because of an event being too close is over*. I know everybody is nostalgic for the tactile sensation of a card stock ticket stub, but when you’re in a bind anything will do.
You Can Print Your Tickets From Anywhere
Suppose that you’re on vacation somewhere and decide to go to a game or catch a show. You can easily buy your tickets and then print them at whatever facility is closest to you, whether that be a copy center or a library. Or maybe your hotel will be nice and do it for you or have somewhere you can do it yourself.
You Have An Easy Interface to Download Them
We make it easy to download e-tickets via a clean and easy interface. Those who purchase tickets with an account are sent to the My Purchases page under the My Account section on TicketNetwork.com. Once the tickets are ready to download, further instructions will appear.
Those who purchase without an account are sent to the My Purchases page at MyTicketTracker after entering their email and a pin number. The two pages function exactly the same other than how they are accessed.
You Can Find Them for Many Events
Not all events and performers have instant e-tickets but many of them do, including concerts, games, and theater shows. Listing all of them is impossible, but here are a few:
Don’t second guess that last-minute decision to see an event just because you don’t have tickets yet. Get instant e-tickets and then head out!
* Instant e-tickets are not available for every event and performer. A printer is required and tickets must be printed out before going to the venue. Tickets marked as “instant e-tickets” are not available for download until the seller has them in inventory. Access to instant e-tickets may be delayed for order processing purposes.