So you want to get tickets to see Elton John on his 2011 tour? First things first, make sure you sign up for online alerts. You can use Bing, but I like to use my Google account. I simply click on my Alerts tab, type in Elton John 2011 Tour, and I receive a notification whenever any new information is announced.
Also, make sure to sign up for email lists and fan clubs in order to get the latest tour news and pre-sale codes. Paid fan clubs will generally get you easier access to seats so even if there is a membership fee, you'll end up saving money by buying the best seats at face value instead of on the secondary market. For shows in Las Vegas it pays to be a whale. There are no tricks better than trying to buy tickets at the onsale or looking at Ticketmaster's platinum seating packages.
And for those of you who get overexcited, here's a tip: SAVE MONEY. Elton John tickets sell out fast so the face value of tickets will usually be around 55 to 500 dollars before fees and memberships.
Oh! And make sure you know where the tickets are going on sale for your venue. Sometimes its Ticketmaster, sometimes its Live Nation, and sometimes you can get them from the venue's website itself. Always practice buying tickets for a different event at the same venue so you know how their website works.
And last, if you get shut out from the onsale and presales or the seats are not good enough for you, make sure to check out Zigabid for the best seats and prices. Zigabid the only site that allows you to negotiate directly with the seller. This has been Zigabid's guide to buying tickets to see Elton John.
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