Barbra Streisand Sold Out in Brooklyn, New York But Tickets Still Available Says CheapSeatsTickets

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Frustrated fans are discovering that despite a lack of tickets direct through Barclays Center, the secondary market is poised with plenty of options at a variety of prices. Industry leader, CheapSeatsTickets has plenty of tickets available for the loyal Streisand fans and is offering a discount on shipping for everyone.

Barbra Streisand Sold Out in Brooklyn, New York; But Tickets Still Available says CheapSeatsTickets        

Barbra Streisand was born in Brooklyn, New York and is making a triumphant return to The Barclays Center on October 11 and October 13. Tickets for both dates went on sale in May and promptly sold out. But for the Streisand loyal fans, there is still hope. The secondary market has seats available and industry leader is no exception.

“Not everyone is aware of an event when the tickets go on sale. The typical Streisand fan doesn’t find out she’s coming to a venue near them until the week of the show and by then, it’s just too late to get tickets through the primary market,” said owner of Matthew Brenner.

But the secondary market often has a supply to assist those dire to see a show. And the Streisand Concerts in Brooklyn are no exception. has seats in just about every section of the arena at prices ranging from under one hundred dollars per ticket in the thousands.

“For some fans, it may be the last time they have a chance to see a legendary icon like Streisand perform and they’re willing to pay a premium to see her up and close,” noted Brenner on the higher priced floor seats. “But we always have tickets in the more affordable range and right now we’re doing our best to extend a discount to our loyal customers.”

For a limited time, is offering free shipping on every Streisand order. Fans simply need to enter the code FUNNYGIRL at checkout.

“We realize its frustrating when fans get to the Barclays Center website and after a fair amount of searching discover the show they want to attend is sold old,” said Brenner, commenting on the lack of tickets through Ticketmaster. “And while we think ticket prices may come down, we want to help out those that want to secure their tickets today.”

The Brooklyn-born and raised, world-acclaimed superstar will perform a concert on Thursday, October 11th, in Brooklyn at Barclays Center, the new 19,000-seat sports and entertainment venue.

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