The holidays are imminent. Whether you’re looking for one more thing to throw in the stocking before Christmas day or looking for a great gift for the last day of Hanukah, tickets to sporting events, concerts, Broadway plays or comedy shows are a personal, meaningful gift that. Even if you’re just planning to travel soon and want to catch a show with someone you love, giving tickets as a holiday, birthday or graduation gift is fun and special.
Know a guy who wouldn’t miss a single game but would love to be closer to the court than on his couch? As the college basketball season kicks off, now is the perfect time to score some NCAA basketball tickets to a home or away game played by his favorite team. Give them now and let him enjoy the thrill of a live game.
Almost everybody loves some genre or artist, and concert tickets are a great way to go above and beyond the typical iTunes giftcard or compact disk stocking stuffer. Whether it’s your sister who loves pop artists like Katy Perry or your aunt who would love to see the Trans Siberian Orchestra, concert tour tickets are an easy to mail, easy to give gift that will not go unappreciated.
If your dad’s not a music guy, why not send him to see a laugh-inducing comedy show by classic comedians Jerry Seinfeld or Robin Williams? It can be an evening of fun that he’ll never forget, but it won’t break the bank and it won’t get re-gifted. Perfect!
And, of course, there’s Broadway tickets—perfect in combination with a trip to New York or a weekend getaway with your significant other, Broadway tickets are timeless way to say you care, and a breathtaking way to spend an evening. Shows like Wicked, Jersey Boys, The Book of Mormon and Billy Elliot are being talked about everywhere you turn. Isn’t it your turn to take someone you love to see one of the most-talked about Broadway shows playing right now? And that, of course, is the best part of gifting tickets…
…you should probably just get one for yourself, too!