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Monday, June 2, 2014

Score Big Savings on Tickets with ScoreBig.com {sponsored}


Disclosure: This post is brought to you by ScoreBig.com. I was provided a credit to use on the site for my time. The opinions and views are my own.


My family and I attended a Jay Z concert back in January, at the Verizon Center in Washington, D.C., for $9. Yes. Nine, whole bucks. Before you go all skeptical on me, let me tell you how this bit of awesome came about.
 
It all started with the site called ScoreBig.com. As mentioned before on one of my previous blog posts, ScoreBig brings you tickets that go unsold from concerts, sporting events, family events, attractions and more for a fraction of the price. In a nutshell, it works like this: You search for the event that you want to attend, choose the seats that you like, name your price and find out immediately if it is accepted. That's it! You can even earn credits by inviting your friends and family (Free $10 to use through my referral link) to sign-up on ScoreBig.com.


 Who doesn't like to savings on top of savings?! I know I do.

I received a credit to ScoreBig.com. On top of that, I found a promotional code online that deducted an additional amount of money off from the already low ticket price. Granted, the tickets were high up in the arena. But, the way I looked at it, everyone in the building was watching the same act and feeling the same energy. It was all about the experience and the memories. It was my son's first music concert.


I wrapped up the tickets and gave one to Kaden, and the other to Ian for Christmas. Of course I included a disclaimer about the seats being high up in the arena. I don't think they cared though. Their smiles validated my assumptions. I knew that they would appreciate my efforts, even it I had not spent a lot to purchase the tickets.


ScoreBig.com shipped the tickets to my mailing address. If you order the them far enough in advance, this is usually how you will receive them. Otherwise, there are other options, such as a pick-up at Will Call at the location of the event.

If you are considering purchasing tickets to your next event from ScoreBig, here are a few quick facts that you may like to know:

  • You are guaranteed to save on each and every ticket on ScoreBig.com
  • Tickets for sports, concerts, theater, Broadway, family shows, and attractions
  • No fees - free delivery
  • Choose Your Seating Area - all seats ordered together will be next to each other
  • Tell us what you want to pay - you have all the control, it’s thrilling!
  • Get an instant answer - you find out right away if your offer has been accepted
So, what are you waiting for? Get your tickets NOW.

Wondering if my family and I had a great time?! Watch this quick clip below from the concert:


About ScoreBig
ScoreBig.com enables consumers to get great tickets for live sports, concert and theater events – at guaranteed savings of up to 60 percent. ScoreBig.com customers pick their own price on seats from the floor to the rafters, always pay less than box office price, and never pay any fees. For its partners, ScoreBig.com is the first and only opaque sales channel to move unsold ticket inventory in a way that protects the ticket owner’s brand and full-price sales. Headquartered in Los Angeles, Calif., ScoreBig.com was founded in 2009 and is backed by Bain Capital Ventures and U.S. Venture Partners. ScoreBig.com was recently recognized by Forbes as one of America’s Most Promising Companies and by Billboard as one of the 10 Best Start-ups of 2012.

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http://press.scorebig.com/

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This post is brought to you by ScoreBig.com. I was provided a credit to use on the site for my time. The opinions and views are my own.

 
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