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How Much Do Big Time Rush Tickets Cost?
Depending on the concert, Big Time Rush tickets can be priced well above or well below face value on the secondary market, but with No Fees, TicketIQ can get you into USANA Amphitheatre for 10-20% less than other secondary ticket sites.
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Why should I buy Big Time Rush tickets on TicketIQ?
TicketIQ has FEE FREE Big Time Rush tickets. Unlike most secondary market ticket sites, TicketIQ has no added fees. That means that the price you see is the price you pay. Because of this, TicketIQ customers save 10-20% on Big Time Rush tickets compared to other secondary market ticket sites.
Customers looking for Big Time Rush tickets will also see a data-driven A to F rating for each ticket deal seen on the TicketIQ platform. Ratings are based on other tickets in similar sections for Big Time Rush tickets. Our buying experience also provides the ability to filter by aisle seats, 1st row in section as well as other options like ADA access and the ability to hide obstructed view seats.
In addition to the best deals, the TicketIQ blog offers the most up-to-date data on ticket trends. TicketIQ is the best option for anyone looking to save money and find great seats for their next live event experience.
Are Big Time Rush tickets on TicketIQ guaranteed?
Yes. All Big Time Rush ticket sales on TicketIQ are guaranteed and you can read our guarantee here, where we ensure you will receive an authentic and valid ticket, and that you will receive your tickets with ample time ahead of the event. You can track the status of your order directly from the TicketIQ account page.
TicketIQ has a rigorous process of screening every seller that lists a ticket on our site, and we work with over 1,000 independent ticket sellers, as well as teams and venues that list on our site directly to reach secondary market buyers.
TicketIQ also has an elite seller program, noted with a ribbon icon on the ticket listing, to indicate which sellers are not only reliable but also have a record of speedy order confirmation and on-time delivery. If any issues arise when you are trying to find your Big Time Rush tickets, please contact us directly, and visit our Contact Us page for all contact options, including our urgent support phone number.
How Much Are Big Time Rush Tickets?
Most concert venues have two or three-levels, with Floor seats and 100 levels being the most expensive, and 200/300 levels less expensive. Upper-level seats across from the stage are usually cheaper than side stage seats, and even more so in the last 10 rows of the section.
The closer to stage, the more expensive tickets get. The cheapest tickets currently for concert tours start under $25 for lower-demand artists. For higher demand tours in major markets, tickets tend to start from $100 to $200. The most expensive concert tickets for all artists are in the first few rows on the floor sections. These seats are often hard to find, as they're in extremely high demand.
How To Find Discounted Big Time Rush Tickets?
Tracking the on-sales is the best way to get face-value seats. For some of the highest-demand tours, however, tickets sell out in minutes because of the limited amount of tickets that actually go on sale to the public. By some estimates, that number can be as low as 10%-25% of the actual tickets available for the show. For sold-out events, the secondary market is the only way to get tickets, however, many sites like StubHub and Vivid Seats, charge fees of 10%-25%, which means you end up paying more for the same ticket. TicketIQ has no fees for all music and comedy tours and can save hundreds of dollars for more expensive tickets, which is especially the case for sections like floor seats or VIP/Platinum tickets.
Where Are the Cheapest Big Time Rush tickets?
The closer to the stage, the more expensive tickets get. The cheapest tickets for current concert tours start under $30 for lower-demand artists. Higher demand tours in major markets start from $100 to $200. The most expensive concert tickets for all artists are in the first few rows on the floor sections. These seats are often hard to find, as they're in very high demand. These seats can cost as much as $2,000+ for some of the biggest tours.
Where Are The Most Expensive Big Time Rush Tickets?
If you are looking for more expensive Big Time Rush tickets, the lower level or floor level would primarily be the way to go.
Additionally, seats with VIP access are considered some of the most premier locations in the entire venue.
For major tours, floor seats usually start from $100-$200, depending on the city. For some tours, floor seats in the VIP sections can go as high as $500-$1000, and generally speaking, the larger the city, the more expensive floor seats are. If you're looking for a seated ticket, the best option is usually in the first 10 rows of the sections on the side of the stage, up to what would be “mid-court” if there was a basketball court on the floor.
What if the Big Time Rush event is Canceled or Postponed?
If the Big Time Rush event is canceled and will not occur at a later date, we will send you an email that will offer you the opportunity to be issued a credit in the amount of 110% of the original cost or receive a refund for the full cost of the Big Time Rush tickets, including service fees and shipping and handling charges.
If the event is postponed or rescheduled, you may use the tickets on the rescheduled date. We aim to make sure that if the event does not occur when scheduled, Big Time Rush ticket buyers are fully taken care of. Let us know if you have any questions about how this process works or if you need help receiving a refund for your Big Time Rush tickets.
How will I receive my Big Time Rush tickets?
Most Big Time Rush tickets are now delivered via mobile transfer using the email used to place your order. You will then pull up your tickets on your phone to have them scanned when you enter the venue. You can also use the primary market ticketing provider's app to manage and transfer your tickets.
Before entering the venue, make sure that you can access your Big Time Rush tickets on your mobile device. If you cannot find the tickets on your device, check your email to find detailed instructions on how to proceed. And if there are any issues, contact our customer service representatives for timely assistance.
Make sure that when entering the venue you or someone in your group has a charged mobile device on hand to access tickets so that they can be scanned at the turnstile. To make things easier, most devices allow you to add your virtual ticket to your phone’s mobile wallet, which makes the ticket easier to access and also eliminates the issues that could arise if WiFi is slow.
How To Get Floor Seats at a Big Time Rush Show?
Floor seats are amongst the most in-demand for Big Time Rush concerts. Floor seats are also often the most expensive place to sit for a concert, as they allow you to get as close to the stage as you want to. Each tour's floor configuration can be different, however, which means it's important to check out details for the venue where you're planning to attend. Most floor seat sections are Standing Room Only, but some tours do offer seated options. This tends to be the case more for large stadium shows as opposed to arena shows where SRO is the norm.
What Time Do Gates Open For Big Time Rush Shows?
Gates for most major tours open an hour before the opening act, but this can vary based on the venue and curfew restrictions, which may require that the concert starts earlier in one city as opposed to another.
Do Big Time Rush Tickets Sell Out?
High-demand performers in major cities can sell-out very quickly, especially if there is only one show in that city. If there are multiple shows in the same venue on a tour, tickets for the 2nd or 3rd show may not sell out as quickly as they do for the first night. Many teams use the Ticketmaster Verified Fan tool to gauge how many nights they can sell through in a given market when deciding how many shows to put on sale in the initial on-sale period.