The holidays are nearly upon us, and with better way to usher in the season than with a night out to see the Trans-Siberian Orchestra. Known for their monster rendition of “Carol of the Bells,” the guitar-heavy group is the perfect activity for the whole family. And with our top five money-saving tips, you’ll be able to get tickets for the whole family without blowing your Christmas cash.

Tip #1: Utilize the Ticket Tracker

Find out when Trans-Siberian Orchestra ticket prices drop in a city near you by utilizing SeatGeek’s “Track Artist” feature. When you track the artist and/or event, you’ll be notified of any cost fluctuations and if any additional dates have been announced. To track an artist, click the heart located next to their name at the top of the page.

Tip #2: Check Out Nearby Cities

While it’s certainly more convenient (and exciting) to catch the Trans-Siberian Orchestra when they perform at your local venue, it might not always be the smartest move. Check out their tour schedule and do some comparison shopping to see what nearby venues and cities offer the cheapest ticket prices. For the die-hard fans living in a larger, less-clustered area, consider planning a your holiday trip to one of the more affordable concert destinations.

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Tip #3: Use Deal Score

When spending hard-earned cash on concert tickets, customers want to make sure they’re getting their money’s worth. Deal Score is a tool developed by SeatGeek to help rank the value of a ticket based on historical prices for the performer and the venue, the row location, the expected sightline from the section, and the quality of the other available tickets for the event. Utilizing this feature will ensure that you’re getting the most bang-for-your-buck when buying TSO tickets.

Tip #4: Wait Until The Last Minute

Calling all procrastinators! If you don’t mind being spontaneous, waiting until the week (or even hours) before the event can often save buyers money when purchasing tickets. While it’s not a guarantee that prices will drop, sellers with remaining inventory are eager to rid themselves of extra tickets, thus costs go down the closer it gets to show time.

Tip #5: Cozy Up To The Nosebleed Section

If you’re just looking to get to the Trans-Siberian Orchestra concert and don’t really care where you sit, sort the ticket listings by “price.” It’ll filter the cheapest options to the top, showing you the current lowest get-in price for the concert. With the Trans-Siberian Orchestra performing at a variety of large venues on their annual holiday tour, some arenas may have large screens projecting the band so that everybody gets a clear view. Or with the money you save on your nosebleed tickets, you can buy a fancy pair of binoculars.