Bonnaroo Tickets: Find out where to get your Bonnaroo ticket

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How to get Bonnaroo Tickets

Bonnaroo pre-sale tickets went on sale November 28th and regular GA tickets have since sold out.

If you missed the sale, don’t worry, a lot of people buy tickets but are unable to attend the festival. Plenty of tickets are available on 3rd part resale sites like Vivid Seats, SeatGeek, TicketNetwork and StubHub.

Cheap Bonnaroo Tickets on Vivid Seats

Bonnaroo tickets on VividSeatsVivid Seats prides itself on being the “fastest and safest way to buy tickets online.” Vivid backs 100% of your purchase, so you don’t need to worry about buying fake tickets. Read more about the refund policy on their site.

However, you should be aware that there is a 25% fee tacked-on to any purchase on Vivid Seats. So a $300 Bonnaroo ticket will cost you  $375. But depending on when you buy your ticket, the prices may be below the initial $300 price. Vivid is my personal preference for buying tickets to festivals and other shows.

Bonnaroo Tickets on TicketNetwork

where to find cheap bonnaroo ticketsTicketNetwork one of the largest online ticket outlets on the internet and they offer 8M+ tickets to various sporting events and music shows on a daily basis.

Feel safe and secure when purchasing  2014 tickets safely on TicketNetwork because they offer a 125% buyer guarantee. More information can be found here.

Bonnaroo Passes on SeatGeek

bonnaroo tickets for cheapSeatGeek is a free ticket  aggregator that scans  hundreds of ticket providers to find the best price.

Vendors on SeatGeek  offer buyer protection so you may be refunded your money if for some reason there is an issue with your ticket (read the SeatGeek disclaimer for more details on refunds).

Tickets on eBay

Contrary to popular belief, eBay does offer a ticket protection plan. According to their website: “In the unlikely event that tickets are not received or they are not as described, eBay will help resolve the issue. Let eBay know what is wrong with the tickets or if the tickets have not arrived. eBay will contact the seller. If for any reason the issue cannot be resolved, eBay Buyer Protection will cover the purchase price plus original shipping.”

I have heard horror stories about fake tickets on eBay, so make sure you’re getting your Bonnaroo ticket from a reputable seller that has a high rating. Personally, I would opt for one of the ticketing sites listed above for peace of mind.

Craigslist

Please exercise extreme caution when buying tickets on Craiglist. There have been many instances of people getting ripped off or purchasing fake tickets. To get a Bonnaroo ticket, your best bet is to buy directly from Bonnaroo.com, if those have sold out, try VividSeats.

For more information on Bonnaroo tickets, please visit Bonnaroo.com

Evan is a recent graduate of UCSB and lives in Santa Barbara, CA. He loves sushi, traveling, music, surfing and any outdoor sports. You can reach him at evan[at]travelgrom.com and can follow him on Twitter and Instagram

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