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South Florida Concert Ticket Discounts and Deals

Seeing music live is one of the joys in life, and we have many opportunities to see concerts in South Florida. Unfortunately, it's not always cheap. We've found a number of ways to get Miami, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach concert ticket deals. You can find concert ticket discounts from a number of sources, including Groupon, Ticketmaster, Culture Shock, Golden Ticket and the theaters themselves.

You can start by checking out our latest entertainment discounts.

You can also find plenty of free live music in bars, at malls and in Miami parks.

Three tips for getting the best deals on Miami concert tickets:

  • See if your credit cards offer deals. Many credit card companies are working with concert promoters to offer advance ticket sales or special prices.
  • Check early for tickets and then check back frequently. Sometimes the best deals are offered well in advance of the performance and other times they come along later, if ticket sales are slower than expected. Discount tickets may sell out, and then more deals may be provided.
  • Check multiple sites. A deal that is sold out on one discount site may not be sold out on another. Or a slightly different package may be available at a discount. Deals change frequently , too.

Here is the Miami on the Cheap guide to getting the best deals and discounts on Miami concert tickets.

1. Groupon

musician-concert-outdoorsGroupon frequently has deals for plays, concerts, festivals and other Miami events. The best deals are usually a few months in advance of the event, and then a deal may come along later if the event is not selling well. Either way, it pays to check before you buy a full-price ticket because Groupon can offer music and concert tickets for 50 percent off or better. The Groupon price almost always includes all service fees, so the price you'll see is the price you pay. You can sometimes earn credit by sharing the deal with friends after you purchase.

Find all the Groupon concert ticket deals in Miami plus other event discounts here.

2. Ticketmaster

You might not expect to find deals at Ticketmaster, the giant company that handles ticket sales for many major venues and performing arts events. But the company sometimes offers deals, two-for-one tickets and “four packs” of tickets at a discounted rate. The base price of the ticket does not include service fees, which can be hefty, but those fees are disclosed before you buy the tickets.

See all the Ticketmaster concert ticket deals here.

3. Culture Shock Miami

culture-shock-miamiCulture Shock Miami offers one of the best deals in town for concert tickets and other entertainment. Students 13 to 22 can buy tickets to cultural performances for $5 each. Best of all, each student can buy a second ticket and take someone of any age such as a parent. Culture Shock also offers discount entry to museums and attractions for $2.50 each.

See all the Culture Shock Miami deals here.


4. Arsht Center student discount

The  Adrienne Arsht Center offers $25 tickets to select shows, including concerts, to full-time, degree-seeking college students. Students need to register in advance to be notified of $20 ticket deals or they can visit the website for the ArshtPass deal. 

Find out about Arsht Center discount tickets for college students here.

5. Golden Ticket discounts for seniors

Miami-Dade County’s Golden Ticket program gives those 62 and older free entry to cultural events. The Golden Ticket Arts Guide lists eligible events and venues. When you find something that interests you, contact the sponsoring organization to make a reservation; Golden Ticket admission is available on a first-come, first served basis. The guide includes coupons, one of which must be presented per person, along with photo ID, for free admission. Call 305-499-8755 or email the Department of Cultural Affairs to get a copy of the guide or find one in a county library or commission district office.

Find out more about the Golden Ticket program here.

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Do you know of other ways to get discount concert and music performance tickets in South Florida? Email us the details at news@southfloridaonthecheap,com.

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