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TicketNetwork acts as a mediator between ticket buyers and sellers. TicketNetwork has seats and tickets to over 100,000 concerts, sports, and theater events worldwide. All tickets purchased through TicketNetwork are sold from a third party, but every event ticket is listed by a professional ticket-selling company,  are PCI Compliant and McAfee Secure and is backed with a 100% money-back guarantee. 

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The Good

  • Event Types
  • Sell Tickets

Event Types 

TicketNetwork provides buyers and sellers with tickets from various entertainment venues and events. The website allows buyers to search for a specific event or they can browse through the top concerts, sports, and theaters. There is even a category of ticket that are on sale.Those looking for tickets can also search for an event by clicking on one of the six main categories: 

  • Concert Tickets 
    • Rock 
    • Latin 
    • Hip-Hop & Rap 
  • Sports 
    • MLB 
    • NASCAR 
    • NFL 
    • WWE 
  • Theater 
    • Cirque du Soleil 
    • Hamilton 
    • The Lion King 
    • Wicked 
  • Country 
    • Carrie Underwood 
    • Luke Bryan 
    • Kenny Chesney 
  • Comedy 
    • Kevin Hart 
    • Jeff Dunham 
    • Jerry Seinfeld 
  • Festivals 
    • Coachella 
    • Outlaw 
    • Boston Calling 
    • Voodoo 

Sell Tickets 

TicketNetwork allows those who want to sell tickets to create a free account. All sellers have to do is enter in their ticket information, and TicketNetwork will list the tickets on thousands of websites. Payments will be sent 3 days after the event takes place, and sellers can be paid via Paypal or check. 

It is completely free to list tickets on TicketNetwork, but when a ticket is sold, a commission of 10% is deducted. If the tickets don’t sell, ticket sellers don't’ need to worry about payment. 

The Bad

  • International Buyers and Sellers 
  • Resold Above Face Value 
  • Payment Charges 

International Buyers and Sellers 

Unfortunately, TicketNetwork only allows U.S. based sellers to sell tickets on the site. International customers can buy tickets, but the price will be in U.S. dollars, and exchange charges may be applied. 

Resold Above Face Value 

Although this is standard throughout the industry, buyers should be aware that TicketNetwork tickets are obtained through secondary markets and when being sold the ticket reseller may raise the ticket prices to be higher than stated on the actual ticket. When using the site, buyers agree that purchased tickets may or may not be higher than the original price. 

Payment Charges 

If a buyer pays with a credit card, the charges will be instigated by the fulfiller and not the TicketNetwork site. If there are any questions regarding a purchase, buyers can contact the TicketNetwork customer service via email or contact the fulfiller responsible for the purchase. The fulfiller may charge a credit card before confirming ticket availability. However, if the tickets are unavailable, the charge should be refunded, or it might not be charged at all. 

For buyers paying with a debit card, the fulfiller of the tickets may attempt to authorize the debit card multiple times. This can create several holds on a buyers account. The holds will clear when the buyers' balance allows the transaction goes to go through. Any holds may take up to several days to remove. 

The Bottom Line

Overall, this company seems to be pretty standard for what you see in most online secondary ticketing markets. TicketNetwork offers tickets to some of the most popular events in the nation. No matter what kind of entertainment even buyers are seeking, concert tickets, sporting events, theater events or festivals, there are plenty of options to choose from. For those looking to sell, it is free to create an account, but there is a 10% commission and international sellers will have to look elsewhere. Altogether, TicketNetwork is a reputable site and has plenty of options for those seeking event tickets. 

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Matthew Robey
March 14th, 2016 Stockton, CA

I ordered tickets for my parents to see Jerry Seinfeld in Stockton on March 11. My parents showed up only to find out the show had been rescheduled for March 9th. I received no email, no phone call, no notification whatsoever about the change. I was refused a refund. Their system says I got a notification. I use gmail and can easily type in any keyword to search all emails, even those that have been deleted. There is no notification. Now I'm out $332.50 and my parents missed the event. I will never use this service again.

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