Ticket Liquidator is an internet marketplace through which registered companies and trusted individuals buy and re-sell tickets to high-demand events. Our role is to facilitate and monitor ticket transactions so as to ensure you a hassle-free and secure buying experience. That means we do not own, price, or ship the tickets you see listed for resale on our website, nor do we charge your credit card. Those basic responsibilities are in the capable hands of the individual sellers who list tickets on our nationwide exchange. Sometimes these sellers are individuals like you, but more often they’re registered ticket companies who resell tickets for a living. The sellers are in charge of routine order needs while we sit back, monitor, take notes, and make sure we're here to help you through the process. We work very hard to vet the sellers who sell through us and hold them to high standards of behavior (you can learn more about how we do that here). We also aim to make ticket-buying customer-friendly through such innovations as our pre- and post-event emails, our gift note offers, and our 7-day-a-week customer support access. You won’t get any better service than what you’ll receive ordering from Ticket Liquidator!
There are an awful lot of ticket resellers out there offering customers tickets to high-demand events -- especially because primary sources sell out of tickets so quickly or hold tickets back for private distribution. Individually, though, the ticket inventories of independent ticket-selling agencies are limited in scope and size. Some sellers might only buy tickets for certain types of events (sporting, concert, theater) based on their area of expertise. Other sellers might be limited in event options by their geographical location (local events only) or by their insider connections. The main purpose of Ticket Liquidator is to combine all these inventories so that you can shop in one place! That way you don’t have to comb through 50 different websites and waste your valuable time trying to find the tickets you want. You can instead stop at Ticket Liquidator and buy comedy, theater, concert, and sporting tickets for events around the world! Our inventory includes more than 4 million tickets for over 83,000 events worldwide and so there are plenty of great ticketing options available to choose from. No wonder we’re the second most visited secondary ticket market website in the United States!
Ticket Liquidator doesn't price any of the tickets listed on our exchange, because we don't directly own tickets - but we work hard to encourage sellers to offer the lowest prices on our marketplace! How do we do this? It's very simple... Other ticket-selling websites act as a broker for the sellers who list tickets through them. They charge your card and handle your order as a middleman between you and the seller. That means they have to call back and forth between you and the seller and negotiate the order. All this extra work costs money and this money is scrimped together by charging you higher prices... But we at Ticket Liquidator have a different model that is slicker, smoother - and cheaper! We have created an innovative technological system that cuts out excess waste by enabling the ticket sellers who use our service to manage your order through a remote point-of-sale software. That means we don’t have to pay people $15 an hour to type away on computers all day, calling you, calling the seller, and navigating every little corner of the purchase. The ticket seller can instead communicate directly with you through our automated system (ie: we don't lose manpower hours and can charge sellers less money to list tickets). Our system also encourages direct communication between customers and their sellers for basic order issues, which allows quicker problem-solving. The end result is a win-win situation that makes the order process through Ticket Liquidator smoother, safer, and more beneficial to buyers and sellers alike!
The vast majority of tickets for sale on most ticket resale sites come from the same sellers who list their inventory in multiple places. You can check for yourself by visiting a competitor’s website and checking out the same event. You know those Section 103, Row J tickets that you see available on both websites? The ones that are $100 apiece on our website and $120 apiece on our competitor’s? Chances are those “different” tickets are the same tickets being sold by the exact same seller! They’re just cheaper on Ticket Liquidator due to our innovative business model! So our theory is this… Since you will end up receiving the same slips of paper from the same ticket seller anyway, why not go with the option that provides great low prices and the best possible customer service? Hmmm… Something to think about…