We’ve found a way to get discounted tickets to major league and college sporting events all over the country. With ScoreBig, you can get tickets to NFL football, NBA basketball, major league baseball (including spring training) and also college sports at discounts of 10% to 60%. Deals change frequently, as games sell out and new games are added.
ScoreBig is not a ticket broker but a company that works directly with venues, teams and promoters to sell off excess tickets. It’s a little like Priceline for entertainment and sports tickets.
Here’s how it works:
- Sign up (it’s FREE) and check out the city of your choice. The site stocks tickets for a wide variety of events with new inventory constantly being added.
- Select the event you want and where you want to sit.
- Name how much you are willing to pay. You’ll have to enter your credit card information here.
- If your bid is accepted, you’re notified instantly. Be sure to add any promo codes (see below) at the checkout page.
- If your bid is rejected, you can place a new bid.
- Sometimes you’ll get a counter offer, which you are free to accept or reject.
No additional fees are added to the price you agree on. The amount of your accepted offer is what you pay. ScoreBig guarantees that all tickets are at least 10% below retail and all tickets are 100% guaranteed.
LOTC Tip: You may be required to buy tickets in groups of two or more (though some events allow you to buy singles). Also, you’ll need to enter your credit card info before you can find out if your bid has been accepted.
Our best deal will get you 35% off the ticket’s face value. You need to use promo code DUNK35 at checkout (one use per account). Even if tickets are only going for 10% below box office price, you get the 35% off guaranteed. And new members get an extra 10% off their purchase with the code SB10. Remember: The promo code works only once per customer, so don’t waste a 35% off code if you can get the tickets for 50% off.
ScoreBig has discounted sports tickets in these cities. If you don’t get the city you click on, just go to the tab on the left and change location:
Phoenix: Phoenix Suns, Arizona Cardinals, Arizona State Sun Devils (football)
Los Angeles: Los Angeles Lakers, Los Angeles Clippers, Los Angeles Galaxy, UCLA Bruins (football), USC Trojans (football)
Sacramento: Sacramento Kings
San Diego: San Diego Chargers
San Francisco Bay: Oakland Raiders, San Francisco 49ers, Golden State Warriors, Stanford Cardinal (football), California Golden Bears (football), Fresno State Bulldogs (football)
Denver-Boulder: Denver Nuggets, Denver Broncos, CU Buffaloes (football)
District of Columbia
Washington, D.C.: Washington Wizards, Washington Redskins
Jacksonville: Jacksonville Jaguars
Miami-Fort Lauderdale: Miami Dolphins, Miami Heat, Miami Hurricanes (football), NASCAR Sprint Cup
Orlando: Orlando Magic
Tallahassee: Florida State Seminoles (football)
Tampa-St. Petersburg: Tampa Bay Buccaneers, USF Bulls (football)
Atlanta: Atlanta Hawks, Atlanta Falcons, Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets (football), Georgia State Panthers (football)
Boise: Boise State Broncos (football)
Chicago: Chicago Bears, Chicago Bulls, Illinois Fighting Illini (football), Chicago Fire
Indianapolis: Indianapolis Colts, Indiana Pacers, Purdue Boilermakers (football)
Lawrence: Kansas Jayhawks (football)
Louisville: Louisville Cardinals (football)
New Orleans: New Orleans Hornets, New Orleans Saints
Baltimore: Baltimore Ravens, Maryland Terrapins (football)
Boston: Boston Celtics, Boston College Eagles (football), UConn Huskies (football)
Detroit: Detroit Pistons, Detroit Lions, Michigan Wolverines (football)
Minneapolis-St. Paul: Minnesota Vikings, Minnesota Timberwolves, Minnesota Golden Gopher (football)
Columbia: Missouri Tigers (football)
Kansas City: Kansas City Chiefs, NASCAR Spring Cup Series
St. Louis: St. Louis Rams
Buffalo: Buffalo Bills
New York City: New York Giants, New York Jets, Brooklyn Nets, New York Knicks
Charlotte: Carolina Panthers, Charlotte Bobcats
Raleigh: Duke Blue Devils (football), North Carolina Tarheels (football)
Portland: Portland Trail Blazers, Oregon Ducks (football), Portland Timbers, Oregon State Beavers (football)
Cincinnati: Cincinnati Bengals, Cincinnati Bearcats (football)
Cleveland: Cleveland Cavaliers, Cleveland Browns
Columbus: Columbus Crew
Oklahoma City: Oklahoma City Thunder
Philadelphia: Philadelphia 76ers, Philadelphia Eagles, Philadelphia Union
Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh Steelers, Pittsburgh Panthers (football), Penn State Nittany Lions (football)
Knoxville: Tennessee Volunteers (football)
Memphis: Memphis Grizzlies
Nashville: Tennessee Titans, Vanderbilt University Commodores (football)
Austin: UT Longhorns (football)
College Station: Texas A&M Aggies (football)
Dallas: Dallas Mavericks, Dallas Cowboys, SMU Mustangs (football)
Houston: Houston Rockets, Houston Texans, Houston Dynamo, UH Cougars (football)
Lubbock: Texas Tech Red Raiders (football)
San Antonio: San Antonio Spurs
Waco: Baylor Bears (football)
Salt Lake City: Utah Jazz, BYU Cougars (football)
Charlottesville: Virginia Cavaliers (football)
Seattle: Seattle Seahawks, Seattle Sounders, Washington Huskies (football)
Green Bay: Green Bay Packers
Milwaukee: Milwaukee Bucks
Living on the Cheap has an affiliate relationship with ScoreBig. That means if you buy a ticket using these links, we get a small commission. It doesn’t cost you any more, and it’s a good way to help us keep bringing you all the deals, discounts and good advice you’ve grown to expect from Living on the Cheap. We only enter into affiliate relationship with companies we believe bring good value to our readers.