North American online sports ticketing marketplace Luntix has expanded its postseason ticket reservation portfolio.
The firm, formerly Shoowin, now offers fans the opportunity to secure advance ticket reservations for the entire NFL postseason, including the Super Bowl.
Through the expansion it also provides tickets for all NHL Playoff games, including the Stanley Cup Finals, every NBA Playoff game, including the NBA Finals, and MLB’s wild cards, divisional championships, and the World Series.
Lunatix has been offering college football reservations for the past three seasons, and this season will again feature the College Football Playoff Championship, all the New Year’s Six Bowls, five College Football Conference Championships and in college basketball, the NCAA Final Four.
Lunatix offers fans reservations on postseason sports game tickets long before the tickets become available from traditional online ticket sites. The fan chooses the team, the game, the seating zone, and the number of tickets. Once the spot is reserved and when the team makes the game, the fan receives the tickets at no extra cost.
The company has also launched its “Golden Ticket” promotion, where every fan with an account will automatically be entered to win two tickets to every single home playoff game in their city of their choice.
“There is nothing like experiencing the postseason in-person, along with tens of thousands of fans, when every play matters,” said David Lane, chief executive of Lunatix.
“Unfortunately, supply and demand has made tickets to the biggest games in pro and college sports unaffordable and unattainable for fans. At Lunatix, we believe every fan deserves the chance to experience the game of a lifetime.
“And through our unique reservation marketplace, every fan can now guarantee they will be there to see their team in the biggest games in sports – from College Conference Championships to a Game 7 of the NBA playoffs to the Super Bowl. The ‘Golden Ticket’ will give sports fans an unprecedented yearlong hometown sports journey that will be told for years to come.”
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