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Competition, Search Volume, and Ad Revenue
Ticketmaster and search terms related to Ticketmaster are searched via blog search 644 times a day globally (averaged over the past year). In terms of competition with other sites covering this topic, it is a 60 out of 100, with 100 being the most competitive. Content about Ticketmaster, should earn roughly $6 eCPM assuming reasonable ad placement on a blog site.
Globally about $3 is spent advertising against Ticketmaster blogs per day. Use the knowledge of your search ranking and the competition factor to make an informed decision about how much of this market you can capture.
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Common Questions and Answers:
When you are writing a blog or news article about Ticketmaster, consider including answers to some of these common questions, or providing background information about the topic based on the types of questions given here.
Can You Buy Concert Tickets For Toronto In A Different City At A Ticketmaster Retail Outlet?From Radio Forum:
Can you buy concert tickets for Toronto in a different city at a Ticketmaster retail outlet? I live in Windsor Ontario where there is only one Ticketmaster retail outlet the next nearest one is either across the border in Detroit or all the way up in Sarnie. I'm looking to buy concert tickets for a concert in Toronto but I do not have a credit card at this time. Can I buy tickets for this Toronto concert in person at my local outlet in Windsor? I'm sure this is a silly question but since Ticketmaster doesn't state this on their website I'm not 100% certain.
Answer: Call the Ticketmaster near you to see if they sell the concert tickets you want. If not, ask if they can get them for you from the Ticketmaster that does have them.
When Will My Ticketmaster Tickets Be Ready For Pickup At The Retail Outlet?From Other - Music Forum:
When will my Ticketmaster tickets be ready for pickup at the retail outlet? I just ordered some tickets from Ticketmaster and I used the the retail outlet pickup option. I can't find out when I'll be able to pick them up? Will it be a few days or 24 hours at least, or right before the show? I'd appreciate the help.
Answer: When I order my tickets through Ticketmaster and pick retail outlet as the option, I grab 'em either a couple days after I buy 'em or the day of the concert. Call ahead if you're on a schedule. All they do at the retail outlet is printing the tickets. So, theoretically, you can pick them up when you buy them.
What Is The Promo Code For Ticketmaster Wicked Tickets At Gershwin Theatre For The 2009 Season?From Other - Entertainment Forum:
What is the promo code for Ticketmaster Wicked Tickets at Gershwin Theatre for the 2009 season? At Ticketmaster there is a place to put a promo code... I was wondering if anyone new what it is for February 2009.
Answer: At Vertex Tickets there is a discount code SALE that saves 5% on tickets. That's where I have purchased Wicked tickets and sometimes can get a good deal with preferred and upgraded seating that Ticketmaster may not have.
Why Would Ticketmaster Sale Open Later Than Others?From Other - Entertainment Forum:
Why would Ticketmaster sale open later than others? About a week ago I bought tickets to a drake show from Stub Hub and went to look for more on Ticketmaster and they aren't opening sale of the tickets until January. Why is this?
Answer: Hey there, Gegepro! We totally understand your confusion, and we'd love to clear this up for you! As Stub Hub is an open marketplace, sellers are able to list and sell tickets they own, even if the venue or Ticketmaster has not yet released the tickets on the "public on-sale". The reason tickets may be available before these on-sale dates, is because the seller may have a season account with the venue, or belong to a artist 'fan-club' and have access to tickets long before the general public. Not to worry, though! At Stub Hub we protect all of our buyers by the Fan Protect Guarantee. This guarantees your tickets will be authentic, and valid for entry, and that you will receive your tickets in time for the event. This guarantee is offered no matter when the public on-sale begins, so you're definitely covered! Please let us know if you have any questions or concerns regarding your order. You can email us at email@example.com, or just give us a call at 1.866.STUBHUB and we will be happy to assist you. Thanks! Hope this helps! Sincerely, Emilee D. Executive Customer Care www.StubHub.com
What Are The Chances Of Me Getting Tickets From Ticketmaster To See Paul And Ringo?From Other - Entertainment Forum:
What are the chances of me getting tickets from Ticketmaster to see Paul and Ringo? I really want to see Paul and Ringo. What are the chances to get tickets off of Ticketmaster when they go on sale?
Answer: Probably pretty good if you want to pay an arm and a leg and get crummy seats. Ticketmaster has been the ultimate monopoly for so long and they realize that hater level of service doesn't matter because people don't have any other options. I personally use a site called Seat BOT when ever I buy tickets. They ship fast, have low fees and they usually have a lot of good seats available.
How Does Ticketmaster Work Exactly?From Theater & Acting Forum:
How does Ticketmaster work exactly? I bought this ticket and now I have the order number, am I supposed to pick it up at the box office the night of the concert? and what about the delivery method that I picked, will Ticketmaster deliver to me the ticket? any help is good, thanx!
Answer: Your order number is just a way for you and Ticketmaster to identify the ticket order that you placed. During your checkout process you were given delivery options. These options depend on how the venue has decided to offer delivery of your order and also the length of time before the actual event. The most commonly used methods of Delivery are "standard" and Ticket fast. Standard means that your tickets will be mailed to you (or the address of the person whose credit card you used to place the other as they must match). You should receive your tickets at the very last est within 48 hours of the show. When in actuality its usually about 2 weeks after you have placed your order. The other common method of delivery is Ticket fast. This enables you to have your tickets emailed to the email address you provided and then you print the tickets out using your home computer. Many people like this method as they dint have to wait for their order to be mailed. Since you dint have your tickets yet, I would assume you didn't choose this option. Occasionally when you order tickets after the last mail deadline your only method of delivery will be will call, meaning your tickets will be held at the venue for you to pick up the evening of the show. If you created a My Ticketmaster account during your checkout process you can log back into that account and verify which method of delivery you selected if you are still unsure. Hope that helps!
Is There Anyway For Me To Get Tickets Sold By Turbocharge Through Ticketmaster?From Other - Entertainment Forum:
Is there anyway for me to get tickets sold by Turbocharge through Ticketmaster? I have a Ticketmaster gift card and I want to get tickets to see Blithe Spirit. However, the Turbocharge rep said that Ticketmaster gift cards won't work. Are these tickets only sold through Telecharge?
Answer: Two different companies, if I know my facts correctly [not saying I do] thus, competition and thus, you can't use one at the other, sadly only way you could get them is if they had the tickets on ticketmaster
How Can I Make Sure I Get Good Tickets Through Ticketmaster?From Other - Entertainment Forum:
How can I make sure I get good tickets through Ticketmaster? I want to see Paul and Ringo at a special event that will be sold via Ticketmaster! Is there a way that I can make sure I get a good ticket?
Answer: You can't really, but you'll pay through the nose with Ticketmaster regardless!!! I usually get my tickets from Seat BOT. You can see the seat map and they ship fast with low fees. I would check them out.
How Long Does It Take For Ticketmaster To Refund You For A Cancelled Event?From Other - Destinations Forum:
How long does it take for Ticketmaster to refund you for a cancelled event? Bought tickets for Dodgers v. Phil lies game 7 and well, we all though that's not happening now....how long will it take for Ticketmaster to refund my money back to me?
Answer: It should show up 3 days after receiving an e-mail from Ticketmaster letting you know the event has been cancelled. I was hoping the Dodgers would win :(
What'S The Difference Between Ordering Tickets From Front gate Tickets And Ticketmaster?From Other - Music Forum:
What's the difference between ordering tickets from front gate tickets and ticketmaster? I ordered four tickets from .com. I have all the confirmation pages and such, so I'm not doubting that we'll have any problems getting into the shows, but a friend of mine that ordered through LiveNation/Ticketmaster (I'm not sure which), got her tickets a few days ago. I'm not doubting that I'll get mine, but I just wanted to know what the difference was between the two.
Answer: Font gate is a broker for tickets that have been previously purchased from the original source and ticket master is a first tier provider of tickets. Personally, I try and avoid fees and buy from brokers like Seat BOT instead of Ticketmaster because of their crazy fees...
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