Aug 31

The hottest events on SelectATicket last week give a great sample of our wide selection of tickets. We have something for everyone.

The NY Yankees, two Broadway shows, a concert and a national sporting event combined to make the Top 5 events on

  1. New York Yankees Tickets
  2. Lion King Tickets
  3. Kiss Tickets
  4. Billy Elliot Tickets
  5. 2010 NFL Pro Bowl Tickets

Visit for all your ticketing needs, as you can see from above — we’ve got tickets for everything!

Aug 30

Saturday night’s preseason game between the New York Jets and the New York Giants was a close one. Rookie quarterback, Mark Sanchez, guided the way for the New York Jets’ 27-25 victory over the New York Giants.

This was Mark Sanchez’s first game since the big decision on Wednesday. Although Sanchez has improved over his last game, it’s hard to say if the decision was a good one or not considering this was only a preseason game. Sanchez completed 10 of 16 passes in the first half for a touchdown and over 115 yards, justifying Coach Ryan’s instincts. It will be exciting to see if the Jets’ head coach, Rex Ryan, made the right choice when the season starts on September 13.

As Sanchez could not have been much more on point, Eli Manning had a tough time with his receivers. Out of twenty-one attempts, he only made nine completions. However, it was not only Mannings fault! The receivers were not always where they needed to be. Also, when Manning through a pass for 60 yards down the middle second year receiver, Steve Smith, dropped the perfectly thrown pass.

Get yourself New York Jets tickets or New York Giants tickets now.

Aug 29

It took one extra inning, but the New York Yankees won their opening game against the Chicago White Sox 5-2. C.C. Sabathia held the White Sox back for the first six innings, until they broke through to tie the game in the seventh. Jermaine Dye interrupted the shut out with a double and was able to score after another double from Alex Rios.

In the tenth inning with two outs, the New York Yankees were able to become victorious with a little help from a homer by Robinson Cano. The White Sox pitcher, Randy Williams, was successful in striking out two batters in the tenth inning before walking Hideki Matsui and Nick Swisher. This was the perfect set up for Robinson Cano’s three run game winning homer.

The New York Yankees could not have done it without homers from Derek Jeter and Johnny Damon earlier in the ball game. This was Jeter’s seventeenth home run of the year and 223rd of his career. Damon’s homer was his 23rd which leaves him one homer short of his career high from 2006.

The New York Yankees have their next game against the White Sox Sunday August 30. Grab some New York Yankees tickets now!

Aug 28

Disney’s The Little Mermaid will have its last performance at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre in New York City on Sunday, August 30. The number one selling Broadway musical of 2008 has been seen by nearly one million people. Since January 2008, the show has had 685 performances and 50 previews

It’s no surprise that the show receives rave reviews because of the dedicated cast and crew. The Little Mermaid is directed by the award winning Francesca Zambello and is produced by Thomas Schumacher. The show stars Chelsea Morgan Stock as Ariel, Drew Seeley as Prince Eric, and Faith Prince as Ursula. The show is choreographed by Olivier Award Winner Stephen Mear and has costumes from designer Tatiana Noginova.

The score of The Little Mermaid was created by Oscar-winner Alan Menken and the late Howard   Ashman. The show features songs from the film that you definitely want to see live such as “Under the Sea,” “Kiss the Girl,” “Poor Unfortunate Souls,” and “Part of Your World.” There are also ten new songs by Alan Menken and lyricist Glenn Slater. These songs include “The World Above,” “Her Voice,” and “If Only.”

This is your last chance! Get yourself Broadway tickets to see The Little Mermaid, or any other Broadway Show now.

Aug 27

Mark Sanchez, a rookie from the University of Southern California, has just been chosen as the starting quarterback for the New York Jets. First year head coach, Rex Ryan, delivered the news of his tough decision that Mark Sanchez won the starting quarterback job to replace Brett Favre over Kellen Clemens on Wednesday.

At a private workout in Southern California in March, Sanchez caught the Jets’ attention. This is where Coach Rex Ryan found his quarterback. In April, the Jets traded up to take him with the fifth pick in the NFL draft.

Rex Ryan’s decision was certainly not an easy one! Statistically Sanchez and Clemens were performing as well as each other in two pre-season games. Although Mark Sanchez struggled a little bit in the game against the Baltimore Ravens, he has slightly outperformed Clemens.

Sanchez has a tough series of games ahead. On September 13, the Jets will open their regular season against the Houston Texans. He will rely on his tight ends, wide receivers, and the entire New York Jets team when they play at home against New England and Tennessee, then at New Orleans and Miami.

See the first rookie in Jets history to open the season as the starting QB. Get yourself some New York Jets tickets now.

Aug 26


KISS has dusted off the makeup and platform boots, battle axe bass and pyrotechniques to head out on tour again in celebration of the band’s 35th Anniversary.

The Alive/35 Tour is coming to Madison Square Garden, Nassau Coliseum, Mohegan Sun Arena and Wachovia Center as well as several other venues across the US and Canada.

For a full list of show locations and dates, visit’s KISS Tickets page. You can also sign up to receive an email alert when KISS Tickets are available on SelectATicket if you complete the form.

Sign up to receive Kiss Tickets Alerts so you can Rock n Roll All Nite with these bad boys of Rock n Roll. You’ve got Nothin’ to Lose, KISS tickets are gonna be Hotter Than Hell!

Have a good play on words using KISS song titles? How many can you come up with? Maybe …a Deuce?!

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Aug 24

The 2010 NBA All Star Game will be played at the new Dallas Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas.

There is a lot of excitement and anticipation surrounding this game and the related events like the Slam Dunk Contest. Clearly visitors are already anxiously acquiring tickets as the 2010 NBA All Star Game was the most popular event on last week, and it is only August!

Another “seasonal surprise” making the list at number 5 is Radio City Music Hall Christmas Spectacular tickets. Families across the country are already making travel plans and getting the best seats for the traditional holiday classic.

Here’s the full list of the Top 5 Events on last week:

  1. 2010 NBA All Star Game tickets
  2. Little Mermaid tickets
  3. US Open Tennis tickets
  4. New York Yankees tickets
  5. Radio City Christmas Spectacular tickets
Aug 23

After losing Saturday night’s game to the Boston Red  Sox 14-1, the New York Yankees redeemed themselves during Sunday night’s game at Fenway Park. Although the New York Yankees lost their first eight games to their rivals, they were able to increase their lead in the American League East over the Boston Red Sox by seven games.

The lead off batter, Derek Jeter, started the game off with a homer, paving the way for the New York Yankees victory. This was Jeter’s twenty first home run of the season for the New York Yankees. Jeter’s incredible home run was his 2,700 career hit, and that leaves him in second place in career hits for the New York Yankees.

The New York Yankees hit a total of five glorious home runs off of Boston’s pitcher, Josh Beckett. For the second time this serious, Hideki Matsui hit two homers in one game. Alex Rodriquez and Robinson Cano also produced home runs for the New York Yankees, making the team unstoppable!

The New York Yankees seem to be on point, as the Red Sox seem to be in temporary discomposure. The rivals will meet again in New York on Friday, September 25. Grab some New York Yankees tickets to this, or any other game, now!

Aug 22

“Are people born wicked, or do they have wickedness thrust upon them?” … you decide. We all know what happened with Dorothy and the Wizard of Oz, but have you ever wondered what happened before that? The Broadway production of Wicked  takes you on a magical adventure in to the past where Glinda the Good Witch and Elphaba the  Wicked Witch of the West meet in the Land of Oz long before Dorothy dropped in.

The incredible music of Wicked has been delighting audiences for years with amazing numbers including “The Wizard and I”, “Popular”, and the enchanting “Defying Gravity”.

With it’s large stage, and magnificent sets adults and children alike will be spell bound after experiencing it. All of the costumes are amazing from the traditional black dress of Elphaba the wicked witch of the West to the emerald outfits of the inhabitants of the spectacular Emerald City to the pink and puffy dresses of Glinda, the Good Witch of the North.

Get ready to go on a journey where everything isn’t always as it seems. Get yourself tickets to see Wicked, or any other broadway show now.

Aug 21

Tiger Woods announced he will take part in The Barclays, to be played next week in Jersey City, NJ.

The announcement has caused great excitement around this already popular PGA event, the first in the PGA Tour Playoffs for the FedEx Cup.

Golf fans will not want to pass up the rare chance to see Tiger Woods and the rest of the best PGA golfers so close to home!

Select A Ticket has a limited number of grounds passes remaining for Saturday, August 29th. Find Barclays tickets and grounds passes today before they’re all gone!

Aug 20

The broadway production of 9 to 5: The Musical is scheduled to have it’s final show labor day weekend on Sunday, September 6 at the Marquis Theatre. This hilarious, fun, and entertaining musical will have performed 148 shows when it closes.

This musical comedy is based on the 1980 film starring Dolly Parton with music and lyrics by Dolly Parton herself. Allison Janney, Megan Hiltyas and Stephanie J. Block star in the musical as three female office workers who turn the tables on their sexist boss. This is definitely a girl power musical that is sure to make anyone laugh out loud.

This broadway production of 9 to 5: The Musical is directed by Joe Mantello, who is a Tony award winning director. He also directed shows such as Wicked, Take Me Out, and Assasins. This production is choreographed by  the Tony award winner, Andy Blankenbuehler. It is also written by the multiple Grammy award winning songwriter Dolly Parton. That’s an all star crew putting together a five star show!

With catchy musical numbers like “9 to 5” and “One of the Boys” you can’t even think about missing this broadway production. Get yourself tickets to see 9 to 5: The Musical, or any other broadway show now.

Aug 19

C.C. Sabathia guided the New York Yankees to a 7-2 victory against the Oakland Athletics Tuesday night at the Oakland Coliseum.

During the first two innings of Tuesday’s game it looked like the New York Yankees were headed toward their third straight loss. Luckily, Sabathia limited the Oakland Athletics to only two home runs before shutting them down, allowing the Oakland Athletics to only three hits and no runs over the final seven innings.

“I always want these guys to swing early in the count so I can go deeper in the game.” Sabathia said. “When they scored the two in the first two innings, I was just trying to keep it right there and let these guys come up to have a big inning. They did.” They certainly did, The New York Yankees took the lead in the sixth inning scoring a total of five runs, making the score of the ball game 7-2.

Tonight the New York Yankees will try to do it all over again when they play the Oakland Athletics for a final time in this series before squaring up against the Boston Red Sox on Friday.

Get yourself some New York Yankees tickets and see Sabathia lead the team to another victory.

Aug 18

The New York Giants won their first preseason game of the year against the Carolina Panthers at Giants Stadium, 24-17.  


The game looked as though it was headed for overtime when the Carolina Panthers tied it with a touchdown, and a two-point conversion with 57 seconds remaining. The Carolina Panthers got the ball at their own 18 with 10 seconds left, Cantwell went back to pass when Leger Douzable rushed past the guard and knocked the ball out of the quarterback’s arm. The ball popped in the air, and Hill got a hold of it and continued to return the fumble 18 yards for the game-winning touchdown.


There were positives and negatives for both teams in the preseason opener.


-The NFC East champion New York Giants forced five turnovers and got a touchdown drive from quarterback Eli Manning in one of his two series. 


-Brandon Jacobs rushed four times for 31 yards and Ahmad Bradshaw rushed five times for 35 yards.


-Eli Manning threw only three passes, completing two of them for 31 yards.


-The New York Giants defense held the Carolina Panthers to 91 total yards in the first half.


-The New York Giants sacked the Carolina Panthers quarterbacks four times.


-The Carolina Panthers sacked the New York Giants quarterbacks five times, got a safety on a punt block by linebacker James Anderson, and a 14-yard touchdown run by backup halfback Mike Goodson.


The New York Giants return to Albany for practice Wednesday and Thursday in preparation for their next game against the Chicago Bears on Saturday.


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Aug 17

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Be sure to check back each Monday to see what events are the hottest!

Here’s the list from last week:

  1. NBA All Star Weekend Tickets
  2. U2 Giants stadium Tickets
  3. Jersey Boys Tickets
  4. American Idols Live Tickets
  5. Hair Tickets
Aug 12

Neil Simon’s Brighton Beach Memoirs is returning to Broadway along with it’s sort of sequel/continuation play, Broadway Bound.

The semi-autobiographical tales of Eugene Jerome combined to become two of the most popular Broadway shows of the 1980’s during their original runs.

Both Brighton Beach Memoirs and Broadway Bound are scheduled for upcoming runs at New York’s historic and newly renovated Nederlander Theatre.

With a list of hilarious comedies a mile long, Neil Simon is one of the most prolific and hysterical Broadway writers of our time. Don’t miss these two great shows as they return to the Broadway stage.

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