Preferred Seating Inc Celebrates 27 Years Selling Tickets Without Hidden Fees

The number of ticket brokers that have been in business in the secondary ticket market for 27 years can probably be counted on with just two hands and Preferred Seating Inc is proud to be one of those still in business today. In addition to not having hidden fees Preferred Seating has now included shipping at no charge for 3 day FedEx delivery as part of their celebration of 27 years in business selling tickets.

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We’ve waited for many years for the competition to join us in making ticket prices transparent. There’s just no good reason to make customers jump through hoops to find out they may be paying more than they have to.

Sacramento, CA (PRWEB) March 11, 2014

Preferred Seating Inc has always been the secondary ticket supplier that fans could turn to for tickets without hidden fees and as part of their celebration for 27 years in business they’re now throwing in shipping for all tickets sent by 3 day FedEx and email at no charge. Preferred Seating belongs in a very limited group of ticket brokers that have been in business for more than a quarter of a century and an even smaller number that have never added extra service charges to online orders for tickets.

“The no hidden fee policy has been one of the reasons we’ve been in business for 27 years,” says Greg Cullen of Preferred Seating. “And free shipping just adds to the savings our customers have come to expect."

Recently one of the largest companies in the secondary ticket market joined Preferred Seating in including all their service charges in their listed prices. The hope at Preferred Seating is that more ticket brokers do the same so fans can easily compare ticket prices online without having to give up personal information just to get the full price of the ticket.

“We’ve waited for many years for the competition to join us in making ticket prices transparent. There’s just no good reason to make customers jump through hoops to find out they may be paying more than they have to.”

The secondary ticket market has changed dramatically since Preferred Seating first opened shop in 1987 with the major players changing every few years. Preferred Seating has relied on regular customers and word of mouth in recent years because of the high cost of pay per click to attract customers on the major search engines. At one time an ad in the local paper did the trick but now companies are asked to pay several dollars a click to reach that same customer.

The high advertising costs adds to the price that ticket buyers are being asked to pay often in the form of hidden fees. Preferred Seating has been able to keep their costs down by avoiding the pay per click advertising campaigns that the largest ticket brokers subscribe to, giving fans up to 10% or more in savings. And with free shipping the deals get event better at PreferredSeat.com.

About Preferred Seating
Preferred Seating has been a place where fans have been able to buy premium seating for concerts, sports and theater events online since 1987. Preferred Seating is a proud member of the Better Business Bureau where they have had an A+ rating since they became members in 1997. Preferred Seating is not associated with any team, venue or promoter and buys and sells tickets as a ticket broker on the secondary ticket market through the website PreferredSeat.com.


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