Those of us who keenly follow the major sport events in Australia know how difficult and frustrating it can be getting our hands on tickets for the big matches at the Australian Open Tennis. Whilst you might find it easy to obtain a pair of tickets to Rod Laver Arena in the first few days, later in the tournament tickets for the semis and final are more scarce.
Until now, you’ve had two chances to see your favourite tennis stars in action.
The first was to be quick out of the blocks and snag a ticket when they first went on sale and if that failed you could scour the internet and find a scalper who would sell you a ticket at a vastly inflated price, with no guarantees it was even a valid ticket. Not for the faint hearted!
So, it’s with some excitement that a new global online ticket seller named Ticketbis has recently entered the Australian ticket sales market. Take a squizz at the site at Ticketbis.com.au
The website allows users to securely buy or sell tickets for all types of events and offers more than one million tickets for international events.
About their expansion into Australia, Ticketbis says
“We want to become known as the best alternative to the problem of recuperating your money if you have a ticket for an event you can’t attend.”
Founded in 2009, the company operates in 29 countries and is now the market leader in Southern Europe and Latin America.
So, if you’re looking for tickets for a forthcoming tennis tournament then you really should check out the site. The Statoil Masters Tournament is currently featured prominently on the site and there seems to be a good selection of tickets available.
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We really looking forward to the 2015 Australian Open Tennis as this year we should get the seats we want! See you there!
If you’re an armchair fan that loves Australian sports betting then you must love the live coverage that we get on Channel 7? Having a punt on a game can make it all the more exciting!