Ticket price is determined by ticket supply and demand
Availability and ticket prices on the secondary ticket market are driven by demand, not by the luck of being the first to get through when the tickets go on sale.
The prices of the tickets sold on our website are not determined by viagogo, but either by the seller or the market - depending on what pricing format the seller chooses to sell their tickets with.
If the seller opts to use 'fixed price', they set the price. If the seller opts to use 'auction', then the price is effectively determined by the market. Depending on the demand for the particular ticket, this can be much higher or lower than the face value of the ticket.
Buying tickets on the secondary ticket market gives fans a chance to see performers that they might not have a chance to see otherwise. For events that are in high demand, a secondary ticket market is the best bet to get a decent seat or just get in to see the event.
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