ROLLING MEADOWS, Ill., Oct. 19, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — TicketsNow, a resale marketplace, is heralding the start of the 2011 World Series by saying thanks and showing appreciation to baseball fans with a 24-Hour No Added Service Fees Promotion.
Beginning 9am CT Wed., Oct. 19 and extending through 9am CT Thur., Oct. 20, the promotion gives fans who want to witness the battle between the St. Louis Cardinals and Texas Rangers the opportunity to purchase tickets with no additional service fees added to the ticket price. (Applicable shipping charges still apply.)
“The World Series is among the biggest sporting events of the year and for thousands of fans it’s the event they have always dreamed of attending,” said Julia Vander Ploeg, General Manager of TicketsNow. “We want to reward the loyal fans of the Cardinals and Rangers with this unique opportunity to get their game tickets from TicketsNow at a great value.”
Fans can easily find the World Series tickets they want in a range of prices and seating selections on TicketsNow.com. Electronic Delivery is available on select tickets, enabling customers to download and print their tickets at home within minutes. TicketsNow customers also enjoy the peace of mind that comes from knowing they are making their purchase from the most secure resale marketplaces in the industry.
TicketsNow is your connection to all of the fun and excitement of live music, theater, and sports. A leading online resale marketplace where buyers can choose from a large selection of premium tickets, TicketsNow provides consumers secure and convenient access to event tickets that are often hard to get through primary distribution channels. A wholly owned subsidiary of Ticketmaster, TicketsNow is a founding member of the NATB, which promotes the highest level of ethics in the event ticket resale industry. For more information, visit www.TicketsNow.com.
“World Series” is a trademark of Major League Baseball Properties, Inc. Nothing in this press release should be construed as any affiliation between such trademark owner and TicketsNow or any of its products or services.
TicketsNow will retain a portion of the sale price.