Ticketmaster now sells tickets at Walmart locations
Ticketmaster says it plans to offer Walmart shoppers exclusive deals on tickets, according to a press release.
Is there a Ticketmaster in Walmart?
Ticketmaster tickets will continue to be available at approximately 1,200 Walmart stores and now on Walmart.com. “We collaborated with Walmart to introduce another convenient ticket buying option on Walmart.com and fans can choose to have their tickets mailed or available for in store pick up at their Walmart.”
Is it cheaper to go to Ticketmaster tickets in person?
Does Ticketmaster charge fees when you go to the venue to purchase tickets? Yes, now you pay all fees no matter what you do. It used to be, for generations, that if you dragged yourself to the venue and bought tickets in person from their box office… you could pay face value. Sadly, not anymore.
Can you buy Ticketmaster tickets in person?
Most venues, which sell tickets via Ticketmaster, offer what is called a “Will Call” Box Office, through which you can pick your tickets up right at the event prior to the show. If you were able to choose Will Call for your tickets, then it is available for your event. Box office rules and hours vary.
Where can I buy Ticketmaster tickets without fees?
You may be able to buy tickets on the secondary market (like StubHub) at less than the cost with the fees on Ticketmaster if the event isn’t demanding higher prices. Also, try contacting the box office of the venue to purchase the tickets through them. Some may be able to sell to you without charging those fees.
How do I avoid Ticketmaster fees?
It goes to keep Ticketmaster running. The facility charge is collected for the venue and taxes may apply. The only way to avoid the high service fee is to buy at the box office. You lose the convenience but may keep $15 to $20 per ticket.
Where is a Ticketmaster located?
Phoenix, Arizona, U.S. U.S. Ticketmaster Entertainment, Inc. is an American ticket sales and distribution company based in Beverly Hills, California with operations in many countries around the world. In 2010 it merged with Live Nation under the name Live Nation Entertainment (NYSE: LYV).