PROS / Tickets To Go charges a low service fee and offers price alerts on tickets.
CONS / Seating charts are not interactive, and it lacks some features like a mobile app, rewards program and paperless ticket options.
VERDICT / Despite a simplistic website, this service offers a good selection of concert tickets. However, it lacks many convenience features, and the prices are higher despite the low service fee.
Tickets To Go's website isn't as flashy as those of other concert ticket services, but it's easy to use, and the company has several features that make it worth checking out when looking to buy concert tickets online.
We were able to find comparable tickets for nearly all the concerts we searched for in our test, but Tickets To Go consistently had higher prices. However, it boasts the lowest service fee of all the concert ticket websites we reviewed, sometimes more than 75 percent cheaper than its competitors' fees. This can make a huge difference in your final ticket price. As a result, it's worth taking a minute to do the math and compare Tickets To Go's prices with those of a couple of sites, especially when your ticket purchase is hundreds of dollars. Further, Tickets To Go's customer service will help you choose the best seats for your budget, and if you have a specific price range in mind, it will set a price alert to inform you if someone offers tickets in that range.
The website lacks interactive seating, which is a great convenience when seeking out seats in a section you know you want, but you can sort the listings and search manually. The listings section also has a tab dedicated to parking passes. You can also search by artist or venue, or check out the state and international guides. This is a handy feature for when you're traveling and are interested in events in the area.
Tickets To Go works with 1,000 brokers to list tickets, and it takes tickets on commission. If you sell your tickets here, it will price the tickets at market value and, once sold, send you full price up to the amount you initially paid for the ticket. If you're just looking to get back the money you spent, this is a good option.
This concert ticket service does not offer paperless tickets, where you use your credit card as your ticket, but it does have electronic tickets you can print from home. The site has standard security to protect your credit card information.
Tickets To Go is a simplistic site for buying concert tickets online and lacks some of the convenience features found with other concert ticket services, but its low service fee and price alerts make it a good place to consider when shopping for the best prices. It also sells tickets on commission, paying you market value up to the price you originally paid.