Review: Viagogo.com helping to bring together ticket buyers and sellers
Viagogo is a nice portal that helps to bring together ticket buyers and sellers. They are the middleman for concert tickets, tickets for sports events as well as arts and theatre tickets.
It's an online ticket exchange where you can buy and sell live event tickets in a safe and guaranteed way, at least according to claims – which seem to be true.
Are you looking for a sold-out ticket for a Counting Crows concert on 8th July? No problem, they have it. Of course, the price might be higher than the face value but then again, you still do get the ticket you wouldn't have got otherwise.
Or maybe you're interested in a Madonna VIP ticket – for the right amount it's possible. You get a Hot Ticket Package -
Viagogo is also the official secondary ticketing partner for Man U and Chelsea FC. To buy or sell a ticket on their site, all you need to do is register an account, and of course, it's free.
I'm myself not a real fan of huge concerts or even live football matches. However, when I do decide to go somewhere, it's always just days before the event and it might be rather difficult to get tickets at that time anymore. Fortunately, Viagogo has made it possible. True, they're not the only one in the business; at least I would think they aren't. But their website is
- Free to register
- Easy to navigate
- Easy to find tickets
- Easy to set tickets for sale
- Easy to buy the tickets you want
Can you remember the times when you had to stand in line for hours or days to go to "that" concert? Can you? Well, I definitely can, because it's still happening. I can't understand why though, considering everything can be done in the internet. Viagogo is a good example of that.
Summer is the happening time for all those great festivals like Summer Swing, The Big Chill, Sziget Festival – the last one of those is definitely my favorite.
But when talking about UK festivals then most likely you'd be interested in Reading Festival Tickets (or Leeds Festival Tickets – as the name of the festival is Reading & Leeds festival 2008 ) to go to listen to great names like The Killers, Metallica and Rage Against the Machine. The dates for this festival are Fri 22/08/2008 to Sun 24/08/2008.
And of Thursday July 3 – Sunday 6 July it's Wireless time! Or to be more exact, it's the time for Wireless Festival 2008 with performers such as Morrissey, Counting Crows, The Goo Goo Dolls and Jay Z, among all the other top names that is. And this festival is really just about to take off, so make a decision and grab your O2 Wireless Tickets already now.