Where to Buy Super Bowl 51 Tickets
Super Bowl LI is right around the corner, and–as usual–is one of the most in-demand sporting events of the year. For those willing and able to buy tickets, spending such a large chunk of change over the Internet is a daunting task. And with so many secondary ticket sites out there it’s hard to know where to buy from. That’s where SeatGeek comes into play.
This year SeatGeek is armed with all the tools needed to help their customers make an educated and confident decision, from extra customer support to a new ticket-buying guarantee. Check it all out below, and when you’re ready click here to start shopping!
SeatGeek Ticket Price Tracker
Have questions on Super Bowl price trends compared to past years? Want to know when to buy your ticket or when to hold off? SeatGeek’s new ticket price tracker allows you to analyze this year’s Super Bowl sales against previous games (all the way from 2012), plus shows you the current cheapest ticket and average resale price. The ticket tracker even has metro-area stats that calculate which cities are making the most purchases. Use the ticket tracker tool when shopping to make sure you’re making the smartest purchase possible.
Spending thousands of dollars on a Super Bowl ticket is intimidating, so to help alleviate shoppers’ concerns SeatGeek has reinstated their concierge service. This service allows customers to call and speak to a live representative that will assist them through the buying process, and answer any questions or concerns they may have.
Super Bowl Ticket Guarantee
Nervous about buying tickets off the secondary market? Don’t be. With SeatGeek’s new Super Bowl ticket guarantee, once your order is confirmed you’re guaranteed to receive equal or better tickets in time for the event–or a 200% refund. You can find the guarantee language at the top of the checkout page after you’ve selected your tickets.
Deal Score is an analytics-based tool that helps customers determine the best value tickets among a sea of listings. This is based on the row and section location, the expected sightline from the section, and the quality of the other available tickets for the event. Sometimes spending a few extra bucks (or in this case, a few extra hundred bucks) can improve your ticket location exponentially.
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