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Why Do Tickets Usually Go on Sale on Fridays?

Discussion in 'Music Department' started by DemonDragonJ, Nov 20, 2018.

  1. DemonDragonJ Brain Surgeon

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    I have noticed that tickets for concerts usually go on sale on Fridays, but most people work on Fridays, and thus cannot purchase tickers until they return home, by which time, they may be nearly or entirely sold out.

    To me, it would make much more sense if tickets for concerts went on sale on Saturday, when the majority of people are not working, so what does everyone else say about this? Do you know why tickets usually go on sale on Fridays?
     
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    I dunno, just buy them on your phone.
     
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    I can't think of any other reason except for Friday being the "industry standard" of release days.
     
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    That comment reminds me that Ticketmaster will no longer allow customers to physically print tickets at home, which annoys me, because that was so amazingly convenient; now, customers must instead display a bar code on their cell phone for the employees to scan, so I am very glad that I now have a smart phone (which I purchased back in May); what would I have done if I did not have a smart phone?
     
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    Not having a smartphone in 2018 should give you bigger worries than not being able to buy tickets.
     
  6. Rukia Maximum Security! NVM, lol

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    Set an event reminder on your phone and buy the tickets on Friday.
     
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    If you want something, you make time.

    I'm assuming you get breaks at work.

    Many times, I've purchased shit online, while on break; tickets included.

    If you don't get breaks, do it during work(done that, too.)

    That tickets are sold out by the time you get home, tells me others who work, do this too.

    And also, if you're waiting till you get home, to buy something that's limited...then that's on you.
     
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