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4 Perks of Selling Tickets on TicketNetwork.com

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Although it doesn't happen often, sometimes we do things other than write blog posts about Beyoncé. Like re-launch our Consumer Ticket-Selling Program, which allows regular people like you to sell their event tickets. Whatevs, no big deal.

But in case you're curious about That Other Stuff We Do Besides Writing About Beyoncé, we've got four perks of selling your tickets through our site! (Otherwise, feel free to resume your regularly-scheduled Beyoncé reading duties.)

#1 -- It's an easy way to make extra money.

We could all use a few extra bucks here and there. Selling tickets is a nice way to do that! We only take a 10% commission from each sale.

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The road to 1 million tickets....

1 million

June has been BIG for TicketNetwork.com: The one millionth ticket was sold through our online marketplace this month! The landmark ticket was purchased by a customer in Ohio for an upcoming Jackson Browne concert.

One million tickets is a lot — a lot of live entertainment fans (like you!) searching for must-have tickets, and a lot of other people (from other fans to independent ticket brokers) looking to sell their extra or unwanted tickets.

TicketNetwork.com certainly has come a long way since its launch in 2007. For instance...

Did you know...?

  • The first ticket sold through TN.com was for a Stevie Wonder concert.

  • Traffic on TicketNetwork.com has grown more than 600% since 2007.

  • Our site now displays tickets for more than 75,000 events worldwide.

  • We've served more than 380,000 customers from 113 countries and territories.

As much as some things have changed, other things — such as each year's most in-demand tickets — have stayed fairly consistent. Since 2007, the top-selling performers on the TicketNetwork.com marketplace have been time-tested entertainment legends and the latest up-and-coming teen phenomenons.

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