Sacramento, CA (PRWEB) January 20, 2014
Super Bowl tickets are expensive enough with hotel, airlines and tickets, but when fans start adding in the hidden service charges and shipping fees the price of a Super Bowl experience takes a big hike upwards. At PreferredSeat.com they've taken the mystique out of Super Bowl ticket pricing by including all fees and free shipping as part of their "The price you see is the price you pay" campaign.
Hidden service charges have been one of the biggest consumer complaints in the airline industry as well as the ticket marketplace, whether in the primary market such as Ticketmaster.com's service charges or on the secondary ticket market where extra fees can be in the hundreds of dollars for big ticket items. Preferred Seating believes it's in the consumer’s interest to be able to see the full price up front so it's easier to compare ticket prices between competing services.
"We've got nothing to hide with our Super Bowl ticket prices," says Greg Cullen of Preferred Seating. "There's just no good reason for hidden fees in this business or any for that matter."
The Denver Broncos will face the Seattle Seahawks at MetLife Stadium on Sunday, Feb. 2nd and ticket brokers and bookies scored with the predicted winners that have the passionate fans eager to see the team return to the Super Bowl. As of Sunday evening Super Bowl ticket prices were holding steady at around $2400 at PreferredSeat.com and up and the fans have already started locking in seats from the Denver and Seattle areas.
Fans are cautioned to do due diligence when purchasing Super Bowl tickets online or in person because it is the most counterfeited game in sports because of the high ticket prices. The ticket experts at Preferred Seating recommend that fans take the time to not only compare prices but to make sure the source of the tickets is legit as well.
About Preferred Seating
Preferred Seating has been a place where fans have been able to buy Super Bowl tickets without hidden fees 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 the NFL and buys and sells tickets for the Super Bowl as a ticket broker on the secondary ticket market through the website PreferredSeat.com.