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Front Row King is a third party ticket reseller and your order will be shipped by a ticket office that we network with to offer the largest inventory of seats online.
Why Use Front Row King?
Front Row King operates on four major fundamentals, customer satisfaction, selection and inventory, competitive pricing, and a 125% guarantee for consumer protection.
Premium seats are available as well as cheap seats. Depending on your budget and preferences, you will be able to find the right seats that meet all your criteria.
We guarantee that you will receive your tickets in time for the event or we will issue similar (or better tickets) if possible, otherwise, we'll issue a refund. View Complete Guarantee
Tickets may be purchased online 24 hours a day, 7 days a week or by calling our toll free phone number, 866-226-6811.
A great new option for ticket delivery is e-tickets. If you have never used this method before, once you purchase your seats, your e-tickets are emailed to you and all you need to do is print the tickets on any pc or mac printer. These work just as regular tickets and are available for instant delivery.
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