The hottest selling tickets right now nationwide are for the College World Series. Thousands of people will Google the term College World Series tickets but this is where the buyer needs to beware. Jim Hegarty is the president of the Better Business Bureau in Nebraska and says you may not be dealing with the venue itself.
Hegarty says, “On the very first page of results you are going to see what you believe to be the direct link to T.C. Ameritrade Park. What the ticket resellers will do is put the name of the venue in front of their actual web address so when you click on it there will be a picture of the venue and people believe for all intents and purposes they are buying their tickets directly from the venue which all of us want to do because we think we are going to get the best deal.”
Hegarty says the customers are never really told they are dealing with a ticket reseller and there may be added on fees and other charges. He says often times there are problems with the seats not being the right number or for the wrong game. Most of the complaints received by the BBB are from customers who thought they were directly dealing with the venue itself.
Hegarty says some ticket resellers are legitimate so check the BBB for any reviews before making a purchase. He says your best bet is buying your tickets directly through ncaa.com.