Rolling Stones Tickets Reduced To Levels As Low 25% Under Original Face Value

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Tickets for the Rolling Stones tour shows in Anaheim and Boston slashed well below original face value with some seats in Los Angeles and Chicago cut too at Tickets-Cheapest.com online operated by Financial Firebird Corporation. Use coupon code STONES2013 for an extra discount bringing some tickets down to 25% off their face price.

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Rolling Stones Now Priced Up To 25% Below Original Face Value

Take advantage of these low price levels and the extra discount offered exclusively at Tickets-Cheapest.com for a once in a lifetime music experience.

Both Rolling Stones fans and ticket brokers thought that when Rolling Stones tickets went on sale Monday shows would sell out fast and prices for tickets bought afterwards would continue to rise. Likely due to the addition of second performances in many cities, the price of tickets turned downward and for a few Anaheim or Boston Rolling Stones, tour dates tickets dropped all the way down to $50 off original face value per ticket.

While Rolling Stones tickets for all tour dates and price levels remain available for sale with a large inventory, this article specifically deals with the tickets originally selling at a $250 face value. Except for one of the Rolling Stones Anaheim shows, all tickets under $450 for every Stones show offered to the public, sold out at the box office. The Over Fifty Tour, as they are calling it, includes the first set of tour dates like when the Rolling Stones travel to Chicago, Oakland, San Jose and Toronto dates, the second group with shows in Boston, Los Angeles, Philadelphia and Anaheim with Las Vegas going on sale in the near future.

To provide extra incentive for fans to buy these already price slashed Rolling Stones tickets now and bring the discount off the face value to a full 25%, Finiancial Firebird announced a special discount code, STONES2013, for all tickets sold between now and the end of April. The coupon provides a discount for all Rolling Stones tour dates and even works for Paul McCartney, Maroon 5, Beyonce or any concert one wishes to attend.

In addition to The Rolling Stones themselves including original members Mick Jagger, Keith Richards with long term Stones Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood, the public intrigue grows as to who would make a guest appearance. Tour dates in late 2012 produced the likes of Bruce Springsteen, Lady Gaga, The Black Keys, John Mayer, Mary J Blige, Florence Welch, Eric Clapton, Bill Wyman, Mick Taylor and Jeff Beck appearing on stage to play along with The Rolling Stones to the delight of the sold out crowds.

It looks like the falling prices bottomed out for the Rolling Stones concerts and from here, they remain stable or will turn probably upwards. Take advantage of these low price levels and the extra discount offered exclusively at Tickets-Cheapest.com for a once in a lifetime music experience.

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The site to buy Cheapest Tickets online and its sister sites, including the buy Broadway Show Tickets online site all geared for the consumers looking for low prices, are affiliated with the Financial Firebird Corporation Travel Group, and stand among the top sites sought by travelers and people who enjoy concerts, pro sports and theater performances. Financial Firebird Corporation provides unbiased consumer information, software and marketing services - established 2000 and a proud BBB member. These sites for consumers to buy tickets online operate in the resale market and maintain no relationship with the venues or performers, the resale ticket market allows consumers access to popular events once the box office has sold out or to buy premium seats when the venue no longer offers any inventory. Within the group of these secondary market ticket services the Financial Firebird owned ticket sites offer lower prices than competitors. Find the site at Tickets-Cheapest.com

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