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  • Review: ScoreBig – Save money on event tickets

    ScoreBig provided me with a promo code to facilitate this review, which contains my referral link. All opinions are my own, honest opinions. Read CFO’s full disclosure here.

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    If you’ve looked into buying event tickets – whether for a concert, show or sporting event – you may have been shocked by the high prices. I know I have. My kids are huge baseball fans but we just don’t go to see the Dodgers much because even tickets in the blue Reserve section are rather pricey – by the time we’ve paid for the tickets, parking and food, we’re well into the $250+ range just to watch a few hours of baseball.

    So when the folks at ScoreBig asked me to check out their service, I was very curious. ScoreBig guarantees that you’ll save on each and every ticket they sell, and you’ll pay no additional fees and get free delivery. They have tickets for sporting events, concerts, theater, Broadway, family shows, and attractions throughout the country. Perhaps most importantly, they promise that all of the seats you purchase will be together.

    I searched for Los Angeles Dodgers tickets, and got a list of upcoming home games that tickets were available for:

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    I picked the Memorial Day game, and got a list of seating sections to choose from:

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    As shown in that screen cap, ScoreBig doesn’t list a price you pay; rather, you make them an offer. There’s a helpful bar that appears to tell you the likelihood of your offer being accepted:

    ScoreBig review - chieffamilyofficer.com

    At the end of the checkout process, they’ll tell you if your offer has been accepted. If it’s not, you can’t make another offer on the same seats for 24 hours, but you can make an offer on other seating options. ScoreBig gave me $100 to spend, so I offered $25 for four seats, and my offer was rejected – but, they countered with an offer of $31 per seat. So, even if your offer isn’t accepted, it seems like ScoreBig will tell you what you “should” have offered and give you the chance to decide if you’re willing to pay that price. {I’m pretty sure these tickets were more expensive because we chose a game with a promotional giveaway.}

    I actually did accept the counteroffer, and my tickets were sent via FedEx within a few days at no additional cost. I didn’t know what to expect from ScoreBig before starting, and I was pleasantly surprised at how easy the whole ticket-buying process was. Now my whole family is excited about going to the game! {Tip: If you’re going to a game at Dodger Stadium, you can purchase parking online ahead of time for $10 to avoid paying $15 at the gate.}

    If you sign up for ScoreBig’s savings alert using my referral link, you’ll get $10 off your first purchase. Let us know what great deals you find!

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