Zonezata Launches Expanded Content Section for Major League Baseball Playoff Tickets Offerings

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Zonezata, a company comprised of a team of professionals whose mission is to provide consumers with a streamlined and user-friendly process for purchasing tickets to over 10,000 sporting, concert and theater events, has a Web site that is located at the URL of Zonezata hereby announces to the public that the team has built an expanded content section on its Web site that will appear on its Major League Baseball playoff tickets pages. Fans are encouraged to log onto the site to read about their favorite teams while they browse for MLB playoff tickets.

Zonezata, an online service that provides consumers with an opportunity to purchase tickets to more than 10,000 different sporting, theater and concert events, hereby announces to the public that the team of professionals at Zonezata has completed an expanded offering of content for the section of its expansive Web site that deals with Major League Baseball playoffs tickets. Fans are encouraged to log onto the site to read about different teams while they search through the large offering of tickets available.

These content pages are designed to provide online visitors to Zonezata with some interesting information regarding the status of different teams with regards to their performance in 2012, the history of those teams and the potential for those teams to perform at a high level during the 2012 MLB postseason. While fans are viewing this information, they will simultaneously be able to browse through the different MLB playoff tickets that they can purchase on the Web site.

This expanded content offering is the latest development for Zonezata, which officially launched its ticket searching and purchasing platform in August of 2012. Zonezata focuses on providing a streamlined purchase process through the use of zone ticketing, or "zones." Zones are comprised of a group of geographically similar sections within a venue. Zone ticketing provides for a simpler buying experience because it allows for a more intuitive display of ticket information and prices. The use of color-coded maps and simple naming constructs (i.e. "Zone A," "Zone B"), which are consistent from venue to venue, provide the ticket buyer with a more consumer-friendly platform than is currently the industry standard.

About Zonezata

Zonezata is a division of MZTix LLC, a licensed and bonded ticket broker with a URL of An accredited member of the Better Business Bureau, Zonezata is located in New York, NY. Zonezata, which utilizes Zone Ticket Exchange (ZTE) technology, is dedicated to following best practices for both the ticket industry and e-commerce websites.

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