Today only: $10 concert tickets
Promotion is good until midnight on 61 shows from California to New Jersey.
Here's a deal that's good today only: $10 for concert tickets.
The Live Nation promotion is good for 61 concerts around the country this summer and fall, including performances by the Goo Goo Dolls, Maroon 5 and the Jonas Brothers with Demi Lovato.
The deal includes concerts in a number of cities, including Albuquerque, Chicago, Seattle, Atlanta, Miami, Tampa, Phoenix and Cleveland, as well as West Palm Beach, Fla.; Bristow, Va.; Camden, N.J.; Mansfield, Mass.; Holmdel, N.J.; Darien Center, N.Y.; Scranton, Pa.; Tinley Park, Ill.; Burgettstown, Pa.; Concord and Mountain View, Calif.; Wantagh, N.Y.; Portland, Ore.; and Wheatland, Calif.
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I tested the deal by starting to order two tickets to the Goo Goo Dolls in Tampa on Aug. 15. The total price was $20, no added fees, with a free subscription to Rolling Stone for a year thrown in. But the site does have a disclaimer that fees may be added to some tickets. The seats were toward the back.
This deal is good only until midnight July 21. In some cases, the number of tickets is limited so the show you want may sell out.
If the concert you want isn't part of this promotion, check for other deals. With the slow economy, concert promoters have been offering frequent deals, including four-packs of tickets at a discount.
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