Fan-to-fan ticket exchange online

With summer’s injection of live entertainment just around the corner, Seatwave, Europe’s favourite fan-to-fan ticket exchange, can reveal that savvy fans looking for great deals on last minute tickets are finding them online.

Over the weekend, more than 600 tickets for more than 30 of the UK’s hottest summer events were available on Seatwave below face value. Contrary to popular demand, Seatwave is proof that fans can secure tickets to their chosen event quickly and securely without paying a premium or having to wrangle with touts outside the gate.

Kylie, Elton John, Bon Jovi are just a few big name events listed for up to £20 less than the original selling price. Fans of Radiohead could save £10 on tickets and lucky Westlife fans were picking up tickets for around £30 less.

For those looking to fill their weekends with festival fun, T in the Park, Isle of Wight and Hard Rock Calling were available for up to £20 less than face value. And for those with weather worries, tickets for Exit festival, in Serbia, and Benicassim in Spain were going cheap too.

James Burgess, Chief Marketing Officer, Seatwave said,
“This is a prime example of what we’ve been saying for a long time. A free and open secondary market drives prices down, and so really benefits fans.”

Fans can not only revel in the fact that they found a bargain, but will also have peace of mind having bought their ticket safely and securely. Seatwave’s leading consumer protection measures guarantee that fans know that each and every ticket exchanged is genuine and fully refundable in the event of cancellation.

Tickets available on Seatwave below face value include*: WOMAD, The Police, The Music, The Moody Blues, The Mighty Boosh Festival, The Charlatans, The Big Chill Festival, T in the Park Festival, Sugababes, Stevie Wonder, Santana, Roskilde Festival, Rock Werchter, Robert Cray, Radiohead, Paul Heaton, Oxegen Festival, O2 Wireless Festival, New Found Glory, My Bloody Valentine, Mick Hucknall, Madonna, Macy Gray, Lou Reed, Linkin Park, Ligabue, Kylie Minogue, Katie Melua, Jay-Z, Jack Johnson, Hard Rock Calling, Guilfest, Goo Goo Dolls, Global Gathering, Get Loaded In The Park, George Benson, Exit Festival, Eric Clapton, Elton John, Crowded House, Coldplay, Celine Dion, Camp Bestival 2008, Camille, Cajun Dance Party, Brian Wilson, Bon Jovi, Benicassim FIB Festival

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