Ticket prices for general admission seating for concerts can very greatly from each ticket site on the web. Even on the same website you can find dozens of listings for the same general admission tickets with descriptions such as Ga, GA1, Ga-7, etc, and the price of each of these tickets can very by as much as $10 – $50 or more.
The thing that consumers need to understand is that these tickets are all the same general admission tickets, and the only difference is the price the individual ticket broker is asking for his ticket. So the point is… Buy the Cheapest One!
And if you’re not sure if there is more than one general admission area, one close to the stage and one in the rear, and this happens once in a while, then call up the ticket broker and ask! Good luck with that one though since most of the large brokerages such as Stubhub and Ticketsnow employ so many people, after waiting on hold for 15 minutes, you find they don’t know a thing about the band or the venue seating!
Find a reputable ticket broker who is not so big they cannot answer their phone in a timely manner, on their dime, and answer any questions you may have about the seating and cost of the tickets. And while you’re at it, check to see if they belong to the Better Business Bureau. And they display the link on their site that takes you to their BBB rating so you can verify the integrity of the business.
If you have any questions about seating for any concert, theatre, or sporting event, don’t hesitate to give PreferredSeat.com a call at 800 427-3914, and they’ll show you why they’ve been the best choice for tickets of any kind since 1987.