You buy event tickets just like you would buy a book online: find a website that sells what you want, enter your credit card and shipping information and you're done. Compared to going down to the box office weeks before the event and waiting in line when the event tickets first go on sale, buying online is much better. ctually, online event tickets websites have been around for a while. There is Ticketmaster.com and Tickets.com, which have relationships with many venues, and are probably the most well known ticket websites. Ticketmaster.com for example, prides itself in not charging more than face value. But since they don't charge more than face value, there are some drawbacks in using Ticketmaster.com. For instance, they sell out of their event tickets very fast. It's not uncommon for a band's event tickets to go on sale and sell out in mere minutes. And you're still waiting in line, just virtually. In other words, you are put into a queue when you log on to their site and find the event you want, and then you stare at a "processing" page till your turn comes up. You are then presented with any event tickets that are left. If they've sold out in the meantime, you're out of luck. concert tickets, theatre tickets, WWE tickets, broadway tickets and much more!