If you’re like most people, you’re annoyed by the ticketing system in place at your favorite concert, stadium, or arena. You try to go to the front of the line, but you always seem to get stuck behind someone who’s been waiting for hours. And when you finally get to the front, the line is so long that you can’t see the stage. It’s frustrating, isn’t it? The good news is that there’s an easy solution to this problem. We can fix the ticketing system so that it’s easier for you to get tickets and so that you can see the stage. In this article, we’ll give you tips on how to make the ticketing system work better for you.
Use Technology To Your Advantage
The ticketing system exists for a reason, but that doesn’t mean you have to take everything that’s coming at you. The best way to get tickets is to understand the system better, then use technology to your advantage. If you want to go to the front of the line, stop for a second and ask yourself why you want to get tickets. Is it because you want to see the show? If so, you might be better off going to the front of the line on your own and using that enthusiasm to your advantage.
Get Ahead Of The Line
One of the best things you can do to get ahead of the line is to make a lot of friends who want to go to the same concerts as you. Meet up with your friends at the same concerts and trade tickets with them. If you make a few new friends in this way, you’ll be able to get tickets before you even try to go to the ticketing line.
Use Crowdsourcing To Your Advantage
Crowdsourcing is where you find a group of people who are willing to help you get tickets. You can find groups of people who are willing to help by browsing through forums and message boards dedicated to your favorite artists. You might also try searching for “tickets” and the name of your favorite artist on social media sites like Facebook and Twitter. You’ll often find groups who are looking for extra tickets to give away to people who ask nicely. You can find these groups and message the organizers to see if you can trade extra tickets for tickets to future shows.
Stay Organized And Flexible
When you go to a show, you’ll always find yourself stuck behind someone who’s been waiting for hours. When this happens, don’t panic. Remember that waiting in line is a part of being a fan. Instead, take a deep breath, ask yourself why you want tickets, and then use your organizing skills to make the situation work for you. It’s important that you stay organized so that you don’t lose track of where you’re at in the ticketing line.
Being adaptable is also essential. Get in line early one night, but don’t be a diva about it the next. There’s no use getting all up because you’re blocking the view of someone who’s been waiting for hours and you’re unable to see the show. Don’t stick with a ticket seller that keeps sending you back.