Many can sing, many can play multiple musical instruments, many can write their own music – but how many can do all 3?
Calling all Jay Chou fans! The Mandopop King is coming to town.
It is set to be held at the National Stadium for two nights only! Save the dates: 10 & 11 January 2020.
Being Jay Chou, the tickets are bound to be snapped up in a matter of minutes. But no worries, here at Goody Feed, we are kiasu Singaporeans and we have got you covered.
Here are some tips on how to make sure you get those tickets.
Get the date and time that the tickets go on sale correctly.
Set an alarm on your phone for the day of sale. Based on his 2018 concert in Singapore, his tickets went on sale on 7 July 2017, which is about 6 months before his concert in Jan 2018.
So it might be the same for the coming concert. I.e. start saving from now, eh?
Plan your schedule around it and make sure that you are free during that time. Also, you could set a reminder the day before just to be safe. When buying tickets, one needs to be focused and stress-free.
Ticket details will be released at a later date, but we all know it’s going to be held at the National Stadium.
Which means you need to keep a lookout on their website every morning. But by then, it could be too late.
So download our app and keep a lookout instead. We’re definitely going to write about Jay Chou ticket sales because even though I’m young, my boss isn’t and he’s a hardcore 周董 fan.
Be ready at least 10 minutes before the tickets go on sale.
This is to get you in the right state of mind.
Slow Swift and steady wins the race.
Ensure that you have a stable and good internet connection
It would be best to have a private wifi connection so as to avoid being logged out suddenly for god knows what reason.
Prepare all relevant documents
- Full name
- Phone number
- Credit card number (make sure you have sufficient funds hor!)
Again, based on last year’s concert, Jay Chou’s tickets were priced between S$128 and S$348, excluding a S$4 booking fee.
Fill up the form first
Some ticketing websites allow you to fill up the form before the tickets go on sale. By doing so, it will help you to speed up the process of getting tickets.
If the website does not permit you to fill up the form first, another option is to practice filling up the form beforehand so that you know what to expect.
Fastest Fingers First!
Just remember, if you don’t get tickets for yourself, don’t go to Carousell and buy.
If not, you might end up like him:
Not only are you encouraging scalpers, but Sportshub’s commitment to anti-scalping tactics might also just render your “investment” moot.
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