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Websites you should be using, Part 2: TicketStumbler

August 6, 2008

This is the next installation in a multipart series of articles about useful websites that make it easier for you to do the things you already do, or should be doing, to keep your life in order. See the full series here.

Everyone has that one sporting event they really want to attend: your team made it to the playoffs for the first time in 30 years, or you want to go to an NHL game (people go to these, I am told), or you are dying to go to the annual Browns/Bengals game. Except the game is sold out, and you were lazy and didn’t buy tickets yet. Or the Ticketmaster gods were cruel to you and you weren’t able to purchase them when they went on sale. How will you ever get into the Dawg Pound now?

What you should do is point your web browser over to TicketStumbler, a new site that does for sports tickets what Kayak and Mobissimo did for airline tickets and hotel rooms. No longer do you have spend half your day browsing different sites to be sure you are not getting ripped off, or find seats you can afford. You just tell the site what game you are looking for, and up pop all the tickets available for purchase from different online ticket brokers. You pick how much to spend, or where to sit, and you have your tickets in a few clicks. It’s easy and it will save you time and money.

Alternatively, you could wait until the afternoon of the game and wander around downtown Cleveland hoping to find some unsavory character selling tickets in an alley behind Browns Stadium. Except his seats could be fake, and then you will be out your cash and look like a fool in front of your friends. Or he could steal all your money. Better to buy your seats through TicketStumbler, since they only work with reputable dealers who guarantee the validity of the tickets on their sites, and who will not mug you after you buy from them. Unless shady alleys on the east side of Cleveland are your thing, in which case, be my guest.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. August 22, 2008 5:38 am

    How is this different from I think they are the leaders in this sold out tickets market?

  2. August 24, 2008 6:07 pm

    Oh Hai Claudia Spammer aka Ticketwood sock puppet person, it’s your pal Dan from TicketStumbler. I noticed that Ticketwood has spammed at least ten other TicketStumbler articles with the exact same comment. Are you guys really this desperate for visitors and attention? How much do spam commenters cost anyways? Love always, your friends at T-Stumbler. Home of tickets and ticket search. 😛

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