Editor’s Note: This product has been removed from our side-by-side comparison because it has been discontinued. You can still read our original review below, but Top Ten Reviews is no longer updating this product’s information.
Although TicketsNow is owned by Ticketmaster, it has access to some tickets that Ticketmaster doesn’t. Even though the website is clunky and hard to navigate, you can log in with your Ticketmaster account and search for tickets. In our research, we were able to find Boston Red Sox tickets at Fenway Park through TicketsNow, but not through Ticketmaster.
Our service fee research found that TicketsNow averaged a fee of 22 percent across the MLS, MLB and NFL games we used to search the website. This fee is lower than many companies we reviewed, but still higher than the 18 percent fee of Coast to Coast Tickets.
This online sports ticket reseller gathers tickets from fans and other sellers and offers them to the public. The website features quick links to the most popular sports teams and events on its homepage. You can also read customer reviews of teams and venues to decide which seats to buy.
Compared to many other sports ticket sites, TicketsNow is well maintained and up to date with its featured events. If you are looking for football tickets during the NFL playoffs, you don't have to search TicketsNow's entire site to find them. The site highlights featured match-ups on its main landing page and under its Sports tab. It would have each football playoff game highlighted, making it easy to buy football tickets through the site. It does this feature highlighting for all major professional and college sports games.
Delivery options for your tickets include traditional mail, access to will-call windows at most stadiums and arenas, and e-tickets through email. With an e-ticket, you can print it out or use your smartphone to present the barcode at the gate to the stadium.
All ticket sales are final on this site. There is no return policy. If you bought tickets and can no longer use them, you can use TicketsNow to resell them. TicketsNow has a resale fee of 15 percent. This means that if you paid $100 for your tickets and you want to break even, you will need to list your tickets for $115.
This company has FAQs on its website as well as email addresses and multiple phone numbers to call for help. The call center is open every day of the week, which is great if you need help with your tickets over the weekend.