Ticketmaster UK Promotional Codes for August 2017
However much online entertainment there is these days, nothing beats a live show, whether it's a joyous musical, a ring-side seat at a top sporting event or seeing a superstar singer on a world tour. So, when it's a ticket that's needed, rather than viewing pass, try …href="http://www.ticketmaster.co.uk">Ticketmaster UK, the number one name in ticket sales. Their website packs an immediate punch, with title fights and epic football matches, while the elegant refined atmosphere of Somerset House's 'Summer Series' is the ultimate in sublime sunny settings, with a list of artists perfectly matched to thrill in the stunning surroundings. For those with a love of the theatre, make a selection from the biggest shows, or be smart and pick a seat a few rows back when it comes to buying a ticket to see the sharpest of stand-up comedians. Purchasing a ticket is easy, with Ticketmaster UK's interactive screen shots showing where the best available or cheapest seats are, and should a customer choose to register with the site, then they can enjoy greater control with printable tickets, as well as contribute to the gig-going community by posting reviews of recently seen acts. » more
Valid at Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff.
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How to use Ticketmaster UK Promotional Codes
Shop Ticketmaster UK
Go to the Ticketmaster UK website where you can find and purchase tickets to music, theatre, sports, festivals, and more. Find and click on the event you’re interested in, identify the date/venue you want, and click “Find Tickets.”
Enter your promotional code
Under “Onsale Now” you’ll see a field to enter your promotional code. Find the discount code that you want to use and type it into the box provided.
Use the arena map to find a seat(s)
On the same page, in the center, you’ll see a stadium graphic you can use to choose seats. Click “Use the Map” to bring up a more detailed view. Hover your mouse over the sections to find tickets available in your price range, then click to browse available seats.
Select your seat(s)
A detailed map of the section of the venue you selected will now appear. Black dots represent available seat tickets. Click on one to add it to your order (dots turn red upon selection). Keep doing this until you have all the tickets you want. As you select a dot, the seat and price appear under “Selected Seats.” When done, click “Checkout.”
Complete the security check
To prove you are a real live human, Ticketmaster UK provides two words for you to type (exactly as you see them) into the field provided. Do so and click “Continue.”
Review order and select delivery options
Review your order, scroll down to the bottom of the page, and click “Continue.” Tick the circle next to a delivery option to select it, then scroll down and click “Continue” again.
Complete payment, billing info
Fill out the payment and billing page as directed, making sure all asterisk fields are complete. Click “Submit Order” at the bottom right when you are done.
Ticketmaster UK Customer Reviews
Whenever there's a concert in town I buy my tickets here, but it honestly can be a real pain when you try to get them as soon as they're on sale, and the website freezes, you can't get to the page with the tickets, etc. Then half of the time you don't even know where the seats are that you just spent 100 quid on! I hadn't bought tickets in a while, and just went on the site to grab a pair to Wicked as a surprise for my wife. I have to say I'm impressed with the updates on their website, as now you can view an interactive map of the theatre or arena and see exactly which seats are available and for how much. Hopefully this will make things smoother moving forward when it comes to concerts.
Bought my tickets for Dancing on Ice and it was simple enough. That being said I don't think it was as in demand as other events so I wasn't competing against thousands of others logging in at the same time. I hate having to get concert tickets because you're always in a queue, and waiting outside for hours is not my cup of tea. It's much easier to do it online, and I've had success although it is sometimes quite difficult to get them as they sell out straight away and you can't load the page. Can't fault Ticketmaster's service though and I like being able to collect my tickets there or else print them at home.