Looking for socially distanced activities for the family? Go for a drive-in concert or movie. Many local venues tend to run promotions during Black Friday and Cyber Monday that you can take advantage of through Ticketmaster.
What to expect from Ticketmaster’s Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals
While Ticketmaster doesn’t usually have sitewide Black Friday or Cyber Monday sales, specific venues and companies often run sales through the site. For example, Old National Centre in Indianapolis discounted over 20 events to celebrate Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2019, offering all-inclusive tickets that waived additional fees. That meant Little Big Town fans could get concert tickets as low as $15.
So if you’re looking for a steal on tickets, it’s worth checking venues in your area and then navigating to Ticketmaster to cash in on the deal.
Where else can I save on tickets on Black Friday and Cyber Monday?
If you can’t find what you need at Ticketmaster, these other sites might cut prices for the days following Thanksgiving.
|Online ticket vendors||Past Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals|
|StubHub||$40 off orders of $400 or more and 10% off all orders placed through its mobile app|
|Ticket Liquidator||$20 off orders of $200+|
|Vivid Seats||Up to 18% off event tickets|
|SeatGeek||Offers promo codes on Black Friday and Cyber Monday|
Buying tickets during the COVID-19 pandemic
While the pandemic has limited public gatherings across the country, venues have heightened hygiene and safety measures — like requiring masks, spacing out seats and checking temperatures at the door — to help slow the spread of COVID-19. And most ticket sites, including SeatGeek, will give you a full refund or credit if the event you purchased tickets to is canceled and not rescheduled.
Keep in mind the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) states that close interaction with others during coronavirus increases the risk of catching or spreading COVID-19. Do not attend an event if you feel sick or have come into contact with someone who has COVID-19 within the past 14 days, and be sure to social distance.
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