Ticketmaster is a ticket sales and distribution company that was founded in 1982. The company is your one-stop-shop for live entertainment, whether a sporting event, music concert, or play. Ticketmaster offers an online ordering system that allows their customers to choose between receiving their tickets in the mail, print at home, or delivered electronically to your cell phone.
Ticketmaster does not specify a price match guarantee.
Ticketmaster offers refunds if your event is postponed, rescheduled or canceled, with the exception of MLB and US Open tickets. Customers have the option to purchase ticket insurance for any event during checkout, and by doing so, tickets will be 100% refundable if a customer can no longer attend for any covered reason.
Ticketmaster does not offer a loyalty program. Customers can create a basic member account to track orders, process returns, and manage payments.
Ticketmaster is known for offering regular seasonal coupons and promo codes throughout the calendar year. Although prices and fees are set by clients and resellers, the company holds holiday sales including Black Friday and Cyber Monday, as well as coupon codes for event specific savings.
Ticketmaster will occasionally offer discounts for active military, students, senior citizens, and children under 17. When available through Ticketmaster, these qualified discounts will be part of your ticket type options. Ticketmaster also offers exclusive pricing for AARP members.
Ticketmaster does not specify a trade-in policy for customers.
Ticketmaster does not offer a credit card to customers at this time.