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Ticketsinventory Review

Editor's Note: This review has been removed from our side-by-side comparison because it no longer ranks as a top 10 product. The original review is below, but check out our current top 10 about Online Concert Tickets here.

Our Verdict

Ticketsinventory is a good website to buy concert tickets but lacks some of the features of high-ranked sites we reviewed and may not have the concerts you're looking for.

For

  • Ticketsinventory will get you in touch with the seller if you want to pick up the tickets in person.

Against

  • This concert ticket site doesn't always have the tickets offered by other services.
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Ticketsinventory image: The homepage is typical of most concert ticket websites, although this one does not automatically note your location.

Ticketsinventory image: The homepage is typical of most concert ticket websites, although this one does not automatically note your location.
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Ticketsinventory image: You can search for events by city or venue, or you can find a list of concerts, but you cannot search just for concerts in your area.

Ticketsinventory image: You can search for events by city or venue, or you can find a list of concerts, but you cannot search just for concerts in your area.
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Ticketsinventory image: You can scroll down the concert page to get to an alphabetical list of artists this service has tickets for.

Ticketsinventory image: You can scroll down the concert page to get to an alphabetical list of artists this service has tickets for.
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Ticketsinventory image: If the band you're looking for has a common name, you may end up pulling venues or sports teams with the same name when you search.

Ticketsinventory image: If the band you're looking for has a common name, you may end up pulling venues or sports teams with the same name when you search.
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Ticketsinventory image: The interactive maps tell you how many tickets are available in the section you select in addition to the price.

Ticketsinventory image: The interactive maps tell you how many tickets are available in the section you select in addition to the price.
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Ticketsinventory image: The customer support section only gives you a phone number.

Ticketsinventory image: The customer support section only gives you a phone number.
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Ticketsinventory image: There are FAQs, but the link to them only shows up once you've started to purchase a ticket. The FAQs are not written by a native English speaker and may seem a little confusing.

Ticketsinventory image: There are FAQs, but the link to them only shows up once you've started to purchase a ticket. The FAQs are not written by a native English speaker and may seem a little confusing.

Editor's Note: This review has been removed from our side-by-side comparison because it no longer ranks as a top 10 product. The original review is below, but check out our current top 10 about Online Concert Tickets here.

Ticketsinventory is a decent place to buy online concert tickets but lacks some features and functionality that our higher-ranked services employ.

This was one of the few sites that did not have tickets to all the concerts we looked for; even Ticketmaster, which is a primary broker and thus more likely to sell out, had tickets this website did not. Ticketsinventory's fees are comparable to other services as were the prices for the tickets we did find available.

This website has the usual search features – city, venue, artist – but you cannot combine them. For example, you can find Brit Floyd or you can find concerts in Utah, but you cannot narrow it down to the Brit Floyd concert in Utah. Further, if your band has a common name, such as The Eagles, you will probably pull up venues, sports teams and other groups with Eagles in their names. The maps are interactive, and you can sort ticket listings by section and price.

Buying tickets here is straightforward, and this concert ticket website offers several ways to get your tickets, including shipping physical tickets, emailing tickets for you to print yourself and arranging "flash seat" tickets. Flash seat or paperless tickets let you use the credit card you used to buy the ticket as your ticket. Take it and an ID with you to the concert and the attendants will swipe it to confirm your purchase. Several companies that sell concert tickets online offer this, although not every venue is equipped to handle it. (If a venue won't accept paperless tickets, the site doesn't sell them.) Ticketsinventory will also put you in contact with the seller, in case you want to meet to pick up the tickets in person.

Users cannot list or sell their own tickets through Ticketsinventory. This site does not sell gift cards, nor does it have an awards program or mobile app.

This site, like all the sites we reviewed, has encryption and privacy protocols in place so you can securely buy your concert tickets. Its 100% unconditional guarantee ensures that the tickets you order will be authentic, delivered on time and refunded if the event is cancelled for any reason.

Ticketsinventory provides assistance through email or over the phone. However, it has no online help center or chat, and the FAQs are difficult to find. The broken English in the blog and the FAQs give the impression that the website, at least, might not be handled in the United States.

Ticketsinventory is a good place to buy concert tickets, with nice options for picking up tickets and a fair search function. Its prices and fees are comparable to other concert ticket websites we reviewed, but it didn't have all the concerts we looked for. It's not a first choice for seeking concert tickets, but it is worth considering.