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07.21.2012 at 5:21 pm by Amy
Do you ever have questions about event tickets, but aren’t sure who to ask? First off, if your question involves wanting to know when tickets for a certain event go on sale, there’s an easy way to answer that. Just sign up for our ticket alerts on the artist you’re interested in by entering your email address on their page here on our site, and you’ll receive an automated email the moment tickets are listed! You can’t get it any easier than that.
If your question involves a particular order – say, a question regarding shipping or seating specifics – you’ll need to talk to our support group at 1-866-353-5167. They’ll have access to all your purchase records and can answer just about anything you might want to know regarding your tickets.
And lastly, if your question is something else, you can also post on the Coast to Coast Tickets Facebook page! The page is monitored frequently, and we’re always happy to help. Happy shopping!
06.14.2011 at 3:22 pm by Amy
Ready to make a purchase? Do it before June 29th and get $25 off any purchase of $100 or more! Use code DISCTIX at checkout to get your discount. Only one code per purchase please!
03.16.2011 at 11:23 am by Amy
So there’s a new discount code out today, which makes this a great time to grab those tickets you’ve been eyeing! Use the code MUSIC6 at checkout for an immediate $25 off any purchase of $100 or more. That’s a possible discount of 25% before shipping and handling! Good through March 31, 2011.
And any Parrotheads in the room? Check out this opportunity to win a signed and framed copy of Jimmy Buffett’s set list, benefiting The Recording Academy Nashville Chapter. Sweet.
07.02.2010 at 4:28 pm by Amy
From Jonas Brothers, to Kid Rock and Counting Crows, to rumors of Rihanna, the recent news of cancelled concerts keeps coming. Is that a reason to not buy concert tickets? Absolutely not – but it IS a reason to make sure that anytime you buy tickets, make sure they are refundable in case of cancellation, or that they’ll still be good in case of postponement! And to do that, you need to a) buy from a company who you know you can get a hold of when you need to, and b) you need to hold onto your tickets! In the case of asking for refunds, it’s very probably you may have to send the tickets back to get the refund, so don’t lose them – they’re still valuable, even in the event of a cancellation.
So buy with confidence and know that no matter what, you’re protected with Coast to Coast!
06.08.2010 at 4:17 pm by Amy
You’ve all heard it a million times… someone buys tickets second-hand and ends up the victim of fraud, holding tickets that are either fake or invalid. It’s a sad story, seen all too often. The guy on Craigslist or the girl standing outside the theater *looked* trustworthy, didn’t they? Problem is, there’s no accountability. Once you pay for the tickets, that person’s gone forever. Can’t report them, can’t reverse credit card charges, nothing.
And that story right there is the reason why we exist. We’re accountable for every sale we make. By choosing tickets from us, you’re buying not only tickets, but peace of mind, since we guarantee every sale. You’ll get what you ordered, in time for the event, and the tickets will be good, or you’ll get your money back – and unlike that guy on Craigslist, you know where to find us. You can call us directly at 1-866-353-5167, or you can email us using the contact form here. Or if social media’s more your thing, you can find us on Facebook and on Twitter!
We stand behind every sale we make, and that’s definitely not something you’ll get buying tickets last-minute on the street. Bookmark us and let us take care of your tickets next time you have a big night planned!
04.05.2010 at 7:24 am by Amy
Been cleaning out the pending comments on this blog, and I can’t help but laugh. Apparently my posts are some of the most absolutely riveting literary works ever posted, anywhere – at least, according to people with something to sell in their signature files. Occasionally, they get lucky and happen to mention something actually relevant to the post. When did blog comments become nothing but a public billboard?
And to anyone wondering why our April 1 entry was posted four times, it seems our own blogging software had an April Fools joke of its own. It has since been reprimanded.
Look for a new newsletter and discount code this week, with details on the next contest to be run on our Facebook page! If you’re a graphic artist, or just think of yourself as one, you’ll want to know about this one…
03.25.2010 at 2:33 pm by Amy
If you’ve been looking for a new discount code, it’s here – for $25 off any purchase of $100 or more, use the code SPRINGSUN at checkout until April 6th! It’s good for any event on the site, from sports to concerts to theater. You can even use it more than once, as long as each purchase meets the minimum amount!
03.02.2010 at 5:46 pm by Amy
The newsletter’s going out tomorrow! But just in case you can’t wait for that discount code, we’ll give you a sneak peek (since you asked and all). It’s MARCHBLAST8, good for $25 off any order over $100.
Code expires March 17th, so use it before then!
12.14.2009 at 5:07 pm by Amy
Not sure why the blog decided to post today’s Twitter highlights 4 times… I’ve deleted the extras, and would like to reassure you that while we think the last day’s twitter posts were fascinating, they weren’t fascinating enough to warrant posting four times.
10.26.2009 at 4:40 pm by Amy
The next newsletter should be coming out tomorrow, but in the interest of giving you guys a little something early, the discount code included in it is already active and can be used now! Use the code TRICKSNTREATS at checkout for $25 off any order of $100 or more before Nov. 10, 2009.