Sun, 01 Oct 2017 22:11:08 +0000Tech Talk 10-1-17Tech Talk 10-1-17http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12503/7111680?cpt=8&wpid=2637WTWOfinding tickets to sporting, concert and theater events used to be a hassle. ((dan))it took a lot of effort back in the day.here's three apps to show you its as easy tapping a few buttons.<<((dan reynolds reporting:"stubhub" allows you to buy and sell tickets in the world's largest ticket marketplace. it covers more than 10 million upcoming live sports events, concerts and theater shows. any gig or tour available. tickets can be bought from the day they go on sale up to the day of the event. if your plans change, the app allows you to easily sell your tickets. every order is 100 percent guaranteed. the app is free for ios and android."vivid seats" lets you search for tickets by region, date or artist. the app developers say it stands apart from competitors by offering a more extensive range of tickets. you can find your price niche, from the cheap seats to the front row. it also claims to offer lower service fees on purchases. the app is free for ios and android."gametime" is especially useful for those wanting tickets to an event at the last minute. the app curates an extensive list of sporting, concert and theater events for any given region. select an event and get the 50 best values available. the app even has a high- resolution, panoramic view from the seat location so you know what your'e buying. tickets are delivered right to your phone. the app is free for ios and android.>>((dan)) i've linked you. go to my wabash valley dot com.click on sections.then lifestyle.and technology matters. look for ticket apps. i'll link this story from facebook and twitter too.