Who is the cutest?
(answer: it’s nino)
love this situation♥
you guys are so cute! lol
ticket.co.jp is good~! I used them last year for LOVE con and for various other things lately.
thanks for the tip :D may i ask, when you bought the tickets do you have to be pretty fast or was it more leisurely? and did you already need an address to send tickets to or could you book after?
I was going to reply but it ended up too long haha.
So! There are two times that tickets come up for sale. First time is when people find out that they hit for tickets and prices range from between 40000yen-80000yen WITHOUT knowing seats, but the tickets will sit there for awhile, with the prices bouncing around constantly. I bought one set of these tickets and they send them out as soon as they receive them, usually two weeks before the concert. After people receive their tickets and know their seat number, the second lot of tickets will come up for sale. For these, if you want cheap tickets, I would recommend watching the website often so you can grab good tickets as soon as they come up. Probably they usually cost around 50000yen for the normal seats. If you are super lucky, people put normal seats up at 20000-40000yen but they sell straight away. You can buy these tickets up to five days before the concert. On the last day, the prices often will go down so people can sell their tickets, but not a lot.
I used my own address for LOVE con, but I have previously when I didn’t live in Japan I used my hotel’s address and asked them to hold the tickets till I arrived. Having a friend’s address is really useful and will be what I do for this concert when I return to Australia, but if you don’t have that option the hotel one is really good. Sapporo will also be much easier to get tickets, cheaper too! I am planning on going to Sapporo this year for that reason. I hope this helps a bit!
Omg so much detail, thanks so much! Good to know about the 2 sale times, though I guess it’s also good that you’re paying relative to how nice your seat is. Guess I’ll have to do a bit of watching of the prices.
(waves from Melbourne) I suppose by then I’ll have my hotel sorted so that works! I think the main thing I’ll be thinking over is whether to book a week earlier than my xmas work break and go for Sapporo or brave Tokyo’s prices/speed of tickets being sold lol. Though since it’s their 15th anniversary and everything I think I know where I’ll end up going with eventually haha.
Thanks so much again for the information! It helped a lot :)