One of my favorite things to do is go out and enjoy live events. Plays, concerts, baseball games, football, soccer, and comedy shows to name a few. I always seem to have trouble finding tickets when I need them and at pricing that I’m willing to pay for them. ACheapSeat.com is a website that has made finding and getting tickets to these (and a ton of other events) much easier.

The site has searches to let you search for events by your state, or your city, and even by venues. The site is broken up into categories that include “Concert Tickets”, “Sports Tickets”, and “Theater Tickets”. The site also has dozens of guides for different cities and venues.

We did a few sample searches and checked out a few different ticket offers:

The site has a detailed description of the event. When it was formed and what it is about along with a picture. Then it lists the dates and locations of the upcoming Ozzfest dates, along with links next to them to buy tickets. When buying tickets you have full control over where you sit. The site lists what is available and shows you exactly where the seats are, along with maps.

Ozzfest above was an event. So the next page we checked out was for the Chicagoland Speedway.  This venue is in Joliet, Illinois, which I found out in the venue’s description (which also included a picture). Under the description is a list of the different upcoming events at the Speedway. These events extend through the end of August.  Each of these events have links to their own page, much like the Ozzfest page linked above.

Next up was the page for the New Meadowlands Statium. This venue page listed its wide variety of events, including New York Jets and Giants games, Bon Jovi concerts, Navy Midshipmen Football games, Rutgers Scarlet Knights Football games, The Eagles concert, and the Hot 97 Summer Jam event. All of these events have links to the event’s detailed pages.

If you are looking for a live event, ACheapSeat.com might help in your search.

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