Concert Ticket Brokers

Written by James Lyons
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Most concert ticket brokers worth anything have a presence online these days. In fact, if a broker does not have a presence online, I would think twice about doing business with them, considering their function is to provide the consumer with a convenient alternative to waiting in line. That being mentioned, you still need to perform your due diligence before you choose a broker.

I have alluded to this several times in this site, but I will bring it up again. Concert ticket brokers that are not members of the National Association of Ticket Brokers (NATB) are off my list. The NATB was formed in 1994 by a collection of thoughtful ticket brokers who wanted to form a national organization. This organization would go on to set rigid ethical standards for the ticket brokerage industry and encourage consumer protection within the industry.

Concert Ticket Brokers Worth Their Weight ...

In addition, concert ticket brokers worth their weight will have tickets available for all the hot events. From old-school rock stars like Aerosmith and Prince to newer country stars like Pat Green, the good concert ticket brokers don't leave anyone out. I have clients who like Britney Spears and I have friends who want to see Willie Nelson. My concert ticket broker gives me access to a whole array of artists.

In the age of automation, I like good customer service. Call me old-fashioned, but when I'm shelling out my money, I want the people I'm doing business with to treat me with care and respect. Fortunately, I found such a place. It's also a good idea to check with the Better Business Bureau and see if the company is list with Dunn & Bradstreet. You can never be too careful with your money.


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