The thermostat in my car read 32 degrees this morning; it was Monday. By Friday, we’re in for an un-seasonal 70 degrees. After a long hard winter and seesawing temperatures, I’ve developed Spring Fever. I’d love to do a road trip, but with work restraints and a tightened budget, that’s just not in the cards now. To work off some of this antsy energy and the need to break out from these four walls, I’ve turned to acheapseat.com.
Acheapseat.com is a ticket broker that capitalizes on its volume buying power to secure, well, as the name suggests, cheap seats to prime concerts, sporting events, and theatrical productions. They then pass the savings along to their customers: consumers like you and me.
I took a look at their home page and was delighted by the variety that they offer. For instance, I can get John Edward Tickets and take along a dear friend whose chief interest is all things metaphysical. If you’re not psychic but the name John Edward rings a bell, I’ll clue you in. John is a psychic who had a very popular program called “Crossing Over.” He is said to channel the loved ones, now passed over, of audience members. I found tickets for $185 each, in Connecticut, and wonder if I should call another person close to me, whom I know for a fact paid close to $300 a ticket to see John Edward — several years ago!
If I’m in the mood for music, but not the usual concert fare, I can snag some Kevin Hart Tickets and get a little comedy with my R n’ B. But I think I’m really leaning toward Million Dollar Quartet Tickets. Due to the explosive popularity of this theatre production, tickets have been hard to get — but acheapseat has them! And, if I want to upgrade to premium seats, acheapseat gives me that option. I had the pleasure of visiting the famed Sun Studios’ second location in Nashville, Tennessee a few summers ago. There in that storied place, I picked up a CD featuring, among other seminal rock n’ roll greats, Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Carl Perkins. Stupidly, I gave the CD to my brother-in-law for his birthday, but now I can relive those glory days of rock at the theatre, through acheapseat.com
If I want to have my husband eating out of my hand for the next solar year, I’ll get him Lewis Black Tickets. He loves this acerbic comic who serves up the foibles of our political leaders with no bi-partisan sentiments. And, if I want my sister-in-law to be beholden to me for about the same time period, I’ll take my five-year-old terror of a niece to see a kid crowd pleaser on Broadway, courtesy of Mary Poppins Tickets.
Acheapseat.com has ‘em all. Hmmmm. Eeeny, meeney, mynee, moe. Off to a fun event I go!