Frequently Asked Questions are listed below. If you have any additional questions, please email

How do I get into the event if I purchased eTickets?
Your eTickets are emailed to you automatically following the completion of your transaction.

You may also access your tickets by logging into your account and visiting the "View, Print and Email Tickets" tab.

eTickets can be presented on a mobile device for validation or printed. Each eTicket is validated at the gate and may only be used once.

How long will it take for my First Class Mail Delivered Tickets to arrive?

Most First Class Mail Delivery Ticket orders are sent from our office Salt Lake City within 48 hours. Tickets are mailed via USPS and should arrive to you within 7-10 business days. If your tickets do not arrive within two days of the event, email We'll help straighten things out.

Why is First Class Mail Delivery not an option for the event that I want to attend? Why are eTickets not an option for the event that I want to attend?

Not all events have multiple delivery options. Some events may only have a single delivery option. First Class Mail Ticket Delivery will cease 7-10 days prior to the event to allow for shipping.

What if the event gets cancelled?

If the show gets cancelled by the band, venue or promoter, we will issue refunds within three business days. There is no need to call or email us. Your refund will include the face value of tickets purchased (or the price paid for discounted tickets) and sales tax only. Service fees and delivery fees are non-refundable.

What if I got sick and could not attend the event? What if the event sucked? What if the band was drunk?

Unfortunately, these things happen and are completely out of our control. There are no refunds to an event unless it was cancelled by the promoter. If an event is cancelled by the promoter, you will get a 100% refund of the ticket price.

What if I got kicked out of the event for fighting, being intoxicated, etc …? provides a service for purchasing tickets online. We do not make the venues' rules. It is your responsibility to understand the rules and regulations for an event prior to purchasing tickets. If there is a dispute, you will need to take it up with the venue or promoter. For more information, please refer to our Terms of Use.

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Other questions?
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