Ticket brokers purchase tickets from season ticket holders and fans who cannot attend an event. In essence, they take risks based upon professional experience with the intention to resell the tickets for more than what they paid for them. They physically own an inventory of tickets and change ticket prices according to supply and demand, so most do not need to charge any additional fees.
If it seems too good to be true it probably is. The truth is, what might appear to be the “cheapest tickets” can often times be somewhat deceiving. Sometimes ticket brokers will lower their price of a ticket to give the appearance of having the best price or cheap tickets only to make up the difference (plus even more at times) by charging surprise fees at the end of the transaction. Many of our competitors make their prices look dramatically less than ours by applying fees at the end of your order.
No surprise fees means the price you see is the price you pay* (Plus applicable taxes and optional shipping fees). Often in the ticket industry, brokers charge hidden service fees right at the end of the order which can raise the price of the tickets 10-25%. Alliance Tickets does not charge these surprise fees. We make it simple. The price you see is the price you pay*. Of couse, we do have to charge for shipping and we offer several different methods of shipping.