Sometimes you find yourself with tickets to a show that you can no longer attend - a change of plans or whatever has happened may well mean that you can't use those expensive seats!
There are two possible options. If it is, for example, a West End show then check to see if you've bought "insurance". If so, and the performance date is still at least a few days away, then you may be able to exchange those tickets directly through the original agents. These offerings vary from supplier to supplier and are an optional extra at checkout so do check the details.
Alternatively, especially if its a "hot ticket", you might want to see the tickets via one of the so called fan-to-fan sites such as viagogo, SeatWave, GetMeIn or StubHub. Here you can recover the some or all of the cost of your ticket by selling, safely, to someone who can't find what they want elsewhere. Some people even make profit on their tickets this way but buying tickets with the sole idea of selling them again for a profit is not what these sites intend.
Do you organise shows, put on events, run a small venue, need to sell tickets? Well, you can sign up with TicketSource and get a cost-effective solution to all your problems. TicketSource is free to register with and use and is funded entirely by transaction fees but YOU decide how and when those fees appear to the customer.
TicketSource is a member of STAR and transactions and customer monies are safe. What's more, the system allows you to track local sales and comps and can be extended to provide scanner and thermal ticket printer facilities. Electronic tickets, tickets by text, telephone box office service, tickets by post, and more ..... why not register now.