No matter where you get your tickets, the best seats for the Rolling Stones are going to cost you”, says Greg Cullen of Preferred Seating Tickets. “But that doesn't mean you can’t save a few bucks with some careful shopping.
Sacramento, CA (PRWEB) April 12, 2013
Fans will be looking for Rolling Stones tickets for the concerts going on sale today in Boston, Philadelphia, Anaheim and Los Angeles and they'll have to move fast to find the best deals because the cheap seats are going to be the toughest tickets to find. After selling a lot of tickets for the Stones in the last week the experts at ticket reseller Preferred Seating Tickets can offer up some advice on just where the best seats to see the Stones are, and just how much they’re going to cost you.
If you’re lucky enough to get them at face value from the box office or the original ticket seller than the best deals are in the cheapest seats in the upper level. But somewhere between the 2nd and the 8th row the price jumps from $170 to $275 per ticket and those cheaper seats are the first to go when the tickets go on sale. There are a few good seats on the side of the stage with a face value of $476 that are a handshake away from the $665 and those are the cheapest lower level seats in the venue.
“No matter where you get your tickets, the best seats for the Rolling Stones are going to cost you”, says Greg Cullen of Preferred Seating Tickets. “But that doesn’t mean you can’t save a few bucks with some careful shopping.” Ticket prices for the last Stones tour in 2005-2007 were running $400 per ticket and less than half of that for the 2002-2003 Licks Tour. Today the top face value ticket is $2000 per seat.
Preferred Seating has seen some pretty good bargains in spite of the high prices for Rolling Stones tickets this tour for many of the best seats in the lower level and floor. As extra shows have been added to the tour schedule the price of tickets have dropped on the secondary market. It’s just a matter of supply and demand with the more concerts the better for the fans.
This will certainly be the last tour for the Rolling Stones and the die-hard fans will be there despite the high costs. Some will lock in their seats at any price while others will wait and see if the prices drop as the shows are added. Fans with questions about the seating or tickets for the Boston, Philadelphia, Anaheim or Los Angeles Rolling Stones concert or can check with the fans at Preferred Seating Tickets and join them for the seventh Rolling Stones tour they have sold tickets for in the last 25 years.
Preferred Seating Tickets is a California based ticket broker that puts fans in the seats when the shows are sold out or the best seats are no longer available. They are one of the very few ticket brokers that don’t add hidden fees to the ticket prices listed at PreferredSeat.com.