I live within driving distance of Kauffman stadium in Kansas City and yet I have never attended a game. You know why? The good seats are always just out of my price range.
Then, I agreed to write a sponsored post for ScoreBig and now I have two tickets for my anniversary! But seriously, even without the promo code they gave me, I could have afforded it on my own. I scored amazing seats for only $30 each!
How does ScoreBig.com work? Well, have you ever used Priceline.com’s “Name your price” feature? It is kind of like that.
Basically, events list unsold ticket inventory at deeply discounted prices on ScoreBig.com. You go there and tell it which area you want to sit in, then make an offer. ScoreBig will let you know if your offered price was accepted – it if was, your credit card will be charged the low price and the tickets shipped to your house. The only downside to saving money this way is you cannot choose a specific seat. But there are no fees – not even shipping charges! So it is well worth the “surprise.”
Since pictures speak louder than words, here are some screenshots.
First, create an account and let it use your location. Then, use the search bar to find events near you. I searched Royals tickets and found the game that landed on my anniversary. Click “Find Tickets” – it is that easy!
Then select the area of tickets you want and name your price! Since I was given a code for this site to buy tickets, I selected the best seats I could. You can see where it says how much they usually are per ticket and how much people normally snag them for. According to the success gauge (that green thermometer thing) and the average savings, I could have gone even lower!
Then, you can refer friends and earn money on future tickets! I mean, I earn back my ticket price if 6 friends save mont on ScoreBig.com. It is awesome.
Isn’t this AWESOME? I’m not gonna lie, I want to earn money to go see Brad Paisley when he comes to St. Louis. So if you want to shop on ScoreBig.com please use my referral link –> Shop now on ScoreBig.com. A little thing to help me have a fun time? You are a good friend. Did I mention I love your hair?