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MyTicketTracker is a secure platform where you can view details about your ticket orders and download any e-tickets you may have purchased. To download e-tickets, go to MyTicketTracker.com, enter your email address and unique order PIN to log in. You'll find your PIN in the order receipt you received via email. For additional support related to MyTicketTracker and downloading e-tickets, visit the MyTicketTracker Support Page .
Electronic tickets, or e-tickets, are delivered to you electronically through MyTicketTracker. You must download and print your e-tickets, which will have a barcode and will be valid for entry into the event. Some things to know about your e-tickets:
Visit the MyTicketTracker Support Page for answers to all questions about e-tickets.
Tickets are shipped via FedEx. Shipping via FedEx is secure and safe for both ticket buyers and sellers on our website. Shipping through FedEx allows ticket sellers to ensure that the tickets they sell have arrived to the proper recipient, and ticket buyers can track the progress of the package.
Many ticket sellers make their tickets available to you before they have even been printed, which gives customers an edge on getting great seats in advance. As a result, tickets may not be "in hand" at the time of purchase. Seller notes often indicate when an order will ship (at the latest), so customers know when to expect their tickets. They may also note that tickets are "in hand" which means they can ship immediately. After your tickets have shipped, you will receive a FedEx tracking number. We guarantee that your tickets will arrive in time for your event with our 150% Guarantee.
Most ticket sellers require a signature for ticket delivery. This is to ensure that the tickets are physically received by someone. The decision to require a signature depends on the seller shipping the tickets.
Of course, if the signature requirement is problematic, customers can contact their ticket seller directly to waive the signature requirement, otherwise you could always...
Yes, tickets can be shipped to P.O. Boxes. If you P.O. Box is different from your billing address, just un-check the box next to "use my billing address as the shipping address" in checkout and enter your P.O. Box information.
Yes, customers are allowed to input an alternate shipping address for most orders placed through Expedia. However, there are certain restrictions that are based on the ticket order total. Additionally, sellers may request a signed authorization from you if they desire proof that you accept the alternate shipping address.
The alternate shipping policy is as follows:
The inventory comes from many different sellers. Therefore, we cannot guarantee combined shipping on multiple orders. However, if your tickets are from the same seller, you may contact them after your order is confirmed to request that the shipping be combined. This service is at the discretion of the seller.
If the event is postponed, hold on to your original tickets. When the event is rescheduled, your original tickets will be honored for admission.
If the event is completely cancelled and will not be rescheduled to a new date, you may be eligible for a full refund less shipping fees already used to ship you the tickets, depending on the circumstances and policy of the venue. In most cases, we will process a refund and return the sale amount less shipping fees already incurred to the purchasing credit card.
As a general rule, all sales for event tickets on Expedia are final. Please be absolutely sure you want to purchase the tickets before ordering.
The name on a customer’s ticket will be the name of the original purchaser. Therefore, your name will not be on the ticket purchased through Expedia. However, please note that the name on the tickets will not affect your ability to access the event. The most important aspect is that the bar code on the tickets scans when entering the event.
Most e-tickets may be reprinted. Paper tickets are generally irreplaceable and can seldom be re-accessed or re-printed. The purpose of such restrictions is to prevent ticketing fraud via multiple printings of the same ticket. Regardless, customers should contact their seller to see if it is possible to re-access lost tickets.
If the tickets you received are for the correct event, please first verify that your seats were not upgraded. It is our goal to provide the highest customer service experience possible. Therefore, if the original tickets you purchased had already been sold, we will do our best to replace your tickets with equivalent or better tickets than originally purchased.
If the tickets you received are not for the exact event, or if the section is not equivalent better than what you purchased, please contact customer service immediately to resolve any issues.
We will make every commercially viable effort to protect the security of our customers. We want to ensure that you are you and you are authorized to make a purchase.
All event tickets listed on Expedia.com are listed by 3rd party ticket sellers which are vigorously screened and monitored. It is however possible in some rare instances that the ticket you purchased had already been sold somewhere else prior to the seller receiving your order through Expedia.com. If this is the case, we will do everything in our power to provide you with substitute tickets that are equivalent or better to the event tickets you originally purchased.
Due to the nature of the online marketplace, there is usually some lag time between when tickets are purchased and when the ticket listings are updated. As tickets are sold, sellers must manually update their listings. This means that your tickets may have been ordered by another customer before you had the chance to submit yours. This is a rare occurrence, but if it should happen to you, please contact our customer service representatives and they will be happy to help you find a similar seat or a seat.
Expedia.com event tickets are aggregated from hundreds of qualified and screened professional ticket sellers that buy and sell tickets to events worldwide. Sellers set their own prices based off of the current market value of their tickets. Therefore, similar tickets priced higher than other tickets in that section may not necessarily be better.
Sellers decide to resell their tickets at a price that reflects the market, and prices often rise and fall with supply and demand. The result is that tickets on our website are often sold either above or below face value. The benefit for ticket buyers is they don't have to wait in line, on their computers, or on the phone for hours months in advance of an event to get a good seat. Instead, customers can find great seats even a couple weeks before from an event.
Taxes on tickets actually vary substantially from state-to-state and even between localities in various states - an ever-changing situation. This means that local and/or state taxes are not calculated on our checkout page during the purchase process. (Ticketing taxes are based on the location of the ticket seller supplying an order and most prevalent in Texas, Chicago, California, Michigan and Canada.
If tickets are general admission or standing room only, that typically means that the tickets you are purchasing are do not have assigned seats and will provide you access to a designated area on a first come, first serve basis.
Unless otherwise specified in the ticket listing notes, tickets are guaranteed to be together. If tickets are listed in a general category, zone, section, or row, we guarantee that they will be together; examples include: "Zone A," Section 200," "Row 102," etc.
However, if the notes read "Section 2, rows A-Z", the seats may not be together. A note that includes "piggybacked," (ex: "Section 2, Rows A and B, piggybacked") indicates that one seat is in front of the other in two separate rows.
Occasionally tickets ordered may no longer be available at the price or in the quantity originally ordered at the time the order is received. If equivalent or better seat locations are available at the same price, the ticket seller will fill the order with the alternative seat locations.
Zone seating is a recent introduction in the secondary ticket market that borrows entertainment trends from Europe. The seating itself involves venues being geographically demarcated into various chunks according to some visual model. The chunks concerned are often dubbed "Zones" and randomly drawn and marked with varying creativity. (Zones could be labeled as A, B, C or GOLD, SILVER, BRONZE or any such system of categorization.) Event-goers are then given options to purchase seats based solely on their Zone location. (Some sellers will choose to specify seating location in greater detail in their ticket notes.)