Empire Tickets, Inc. is an Atlanta-based ticket broker specializing in premium seats to high-profile sporting events, concerts, and theatre productions across the United States.

Our company offers tickets for a broad spectrum of events. We are not affiliated nor licensed with any box office, promoter, venue, stadium, theatre, hotel, sport team, or sporting association. Any and all copyrights, trademarks, or trade names used within our web sites are for descriptive purposes only.

We do not act on the authority or official permission of any of the above mentioned entities. We are able to provide availability of tickets or event access through our various contacts and sources.

Our ticket prices are often higher than the face value of the tickets and reflect the effort and costs of obtaining and reselling the


3 West Paces Ferry Rd.
Atlanta, GA 30305

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Don d.
Atlanta, GA

Added 2010-02-21

Scalpers are scalpers!  Nuff said.   People continue to support businesses like this and they just continue to take up all the good tickets for shows making it impossible for the REAL fans to get them.  Screw this place and screw all who use them!


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clinton S.
Lithonia, GA

Added 2009-05-22

I had to see the Cavs in person and since all the play off tickets sold out in like 30 minutes I had to hunt for a paid.  Empire Tickets to the rescue, they got me in the building and a better price than I expected.  I wasn't trying to sweat on me so I didn't need floor seats (200 level).  If I ever need seats to another 'sold out' event I'll be hitting http://empiretickets.com again


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Drew W.
Atlanta, GA

Added 2006-11-15

Ticket brokers are essentially legalized scalpers. Lots of states like Georgia decided they'd rather make tax money off of licensed brokers rather than no money off guys selling tickets in the streets. It's a service that lets companies like Empire sell tickets they acquire to sporting events, theater shows, and concerts at a premium above the face value.

Using a ticket broker is pricey, and it really depends on the demand of an event as to how much above the face value they'll charge. But, if you need tickets to something that's sold out and you'd rather not trust to getting lucky and finding a scalper on the street then this is a good option.

I've used Empire a few times to get good seats for the Braves and to a couple of sold out concerts. They take orders via phone or their website and have pretty good customer service. The prices of their tickets also fluctuate based on how many tickets for any given even are available and how close to the event it is.


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