Tix 4 Cause

12 Jan

Picture this- you’re a season ticket holder for the New England Patriots, and there are 6 games you know you can’t go to. What to do… do you try and sell them? Give them away? Well, here’s a fantastic idea- use Tix 4 Cause. Here’s how it works, according to the site:

tix4cause.com provides a low cost solution to increasing charitable donations by targeting the numerous event tickets across the nation that remain unused and go to waste. tix4cause.com is a ticket exchange website that allows ticket holders to sell their event tickets (sports, music, theater, golf, dining, etc.) and donate 100% of the ticket sale proceeds to the participating Cause of their choice.  The Cause receives a charitable donation, the ticket donor receives a receipt to make a tax deduction and the ticket buyer receives reasonably priced tickets to great events.  It is a Win-Win-Win!

So the next time you have extra tickets that will go unused, check this site out and consider donating your tickets and their proceeds to the cause of your choice!

And likewise, the next time you’re looking for tickets to an event, check Tix4cause first!


2 Responses to “Tix 4 Cause”

  1. Kevin Nemetz March 26, 2011 at 7:39 am #

    tix4cause is posting tickets all over the US. I like to think of it as a marketplace that is “fun filling”. As the purchaser is getting great seats or experience, lower cost than ticket distributors and 100% of the ticket/event proceeds goes to a charity of the donors choice! Thanks for the mention above.

  2. Kevin S April 20, 2011 at 7:56 am #

    From one Kevin to the next (haha), this website is very interesting. When they say “Win-Win-Win”, they mean it. So many times, tickets find their way to the trash or passed to a friend last minute for lack of a better option. It makes sense to use this simple, time-effective solution to turn those unused items into something meaningful. So simple. Kudos to tix4cause. Watch for me to visit!

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