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September 14, 2017

How to Use Tickets.Expert to Score Last Minute Red Sox Tickets

How to Use Tickets.Expert to Score Last Minute Red Sox Tickets This Fall

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This fall, there’s no sporting event you can’t buy your way into right before (or after) it starts. All you need is a smartphone, a few bucks, and TICKETS.EXPERT.

Fall is here which means it’s time for cool weather, weekend getaways, and sports!! Football and Baseball are both in full swing and with the help of our advertising partner, we spent Labor Day weekend, seeing just how easy it was to purchase last minute tickets via your smartphone. I’m going to show you how to use tickets.expert to score last minute red sox tickets (and more) for your next weekend getaway!

HOW TO USE TICKETS.EXPERT TO SCORE LAST MINUTE RED SOX TICKETS

We spent our Labor Day in the city of Boston at the Red Sox vs. Toronto Blue Jays baseball game thanks to Tickets.Expert! Our fall family friendly vacation in Boston was thanks to the Tickets.Expert! Since the trip was last minute, we were able to purchase our tickets for the game via the website while walking around downtown. Then we headed right to the game! This was a perfect way to spend our last evening in the city before school starts! Find tickets to your local MLB game here with Tickets.Expert!

How to Use Tickets.Expert to Score Last Minute Red Sox Tickets This Fall

While walking around downtown, Aidan saw all of the people standing around outside, and next thing I know we’re going to a baseball game! Since the game had already begun we manage to score some incredible seats for super cheap! $6 each!! You can’t beat that (how could I say “NO” to that).  As a single parent, having the ability to treat my children to something ‘nice’ while staying on a budget it helpful. Any deal I come across, I’m on it. Tickets.Expert actually helped our mini-vacation end on a high note.

If you can handle the idea of missing the first pitch, this is the only way to buy tickets to any sporting event from now on!  Unlike concerts and special events, there are more games to catch during baseball season (81 to be exact). If you play your cards right, there’s no reason you can’t attend as many games as you like for as little as $4 a game!

While in town, we also snuck away for a night to see The Blue Man Group at the Charles Playhouse. This was the children’s very first theater experience. I wanted to make it fun! It was toss up between The Blue Man Group and Cirque du Soleil – Ovo. We played Rock, Paper, Scissors: paper won!

Pulling up to the stadium, the kids got so excited they could hardly contain themselves!

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Since we’ve never been to an MLB game before, this was quite the experience. The kids and I really enjoyed ourselves!

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Thanks to Tickets.Expert, we were able to get some really great seats as well! Which was helpful, especially since we decided to go last minute!

Want some tips on how to use Tickets.Expert to score last minute Red Sox tickets?

  1. WAIT UNTIL THE DAY OF THE EVENT, THEN HEAD DOWN TOWN. IF YOU DON’T MIND WAITING UNTIL AFTER THE START TIME–WAIT!! TICKET PRICES WILL DROP DRASTICALLY AFTER IT STARTS. IF YOU DON’T MIND A LITTLE RAIN, TRY TO GO WHEN THE WEATHER ISN’T SO GREAT.
  2.  GO AFTER SINGLE SEATS–NOT BLOCKS.

 

How to Use Tickets.Expert to Score Last Minute Red Sox Tickets This Fall

 

if you plan on taking a trip to Massachusetts soon, check out the following fall family friendly vacation in Boston.

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