Log in

No account? Create an account
09 June 2009 @ 12:15 am
where to get eito's concert ticket?  
hi, there! this is my first time posting here..

i just want to ask if anyone knows if the tickets to eito's concert at osaka are still available? and where can i get them? thanx (^_^)V
lady_mercury on June 9th, 2009 12:16 am (UTC)
kikumarie on June 9th, 2009 02:10 am (UTC)
tickets are only sold to fanclub members...and have been sold last month.
you can still get tickets for 2-3 times the original price from scalper at the venue...
good luck.
aishitsuzukeru on June 9th, 2009 03:49 am (UTC)
ticket.co.jp or join a mixi community.
shiokazehime on June 9th, 2009 05:41 am (UTC)
For big venues such as Osaka, you can actually order them from ticket Pia and Lawson. Your seats will probably be really far away though. Anyone can buy them, but the information is only available on the fan club site, so regular people can't see it.

They will be on sale starting on July 4th at 10am for 6800 yen. They might only be available that day, so call then just to be safe.

チケットぴあ :(初日特電)0570-02-9510 ticket pia
ローソンチケット :(初日特電)0570-08-4657 lawson ticket

You can call either one of these. You shouldn't need a fanclub membership or anything.
twinkling_pixie on June 9th, 2009 03:43 pm (UTC)
minna-san, arigatou..
mhuyhen on June 9th, 2009 05:02 pm (UTC)
just like me
ohhhhh.... i remember...i posted the same question weeks ago...i almost cried that time... i actually watched @ tokyo dome. after a lot of tensions, i got mine @ family mart. they usually sell, 1 week before the concert. and yes, the seat is somewhere near the rooftop but still it's fine. my seatmates at tokyo dome also got their ticks @ family mart. we tried so many lawsons branches but there were no more tickets cz i believe most people will go to lawsons first. if you want seats nearer to the stage, they're available via another person ( i dealt with) @ usually 2x or thrice the original price. i would have bought it but there was no more time for sending the ticket so i settled with the last row seat.
gwendy_ast on June 10th, 2009 03:01 am (UTC)
When I went to Tokyo dome, I went to Gorakudoh. I paid $100 the first night, $130 the second night. Both times the tickets were on the 1st floor and fairly close to one of the side stages. To me, it was worth the money, but you have to decide for yourself how mych you want to spend.

Other than that, you could try going to the dome the night of the concert and buying them off a scalper.

Finally, if you can read/understand Japanese, there are a couple more options:

A)use Yahoo Japan auctions -- in order to do this, you will need a Japanese address and telephone. In addition, any bidding over 5000 yen requires you to have a premium account. A premium account requires you to pay a 400yen/month membership fee.

B)Use a ticket trade site. Many fans aren't able to go to a concert for various reasons. On these websites, they will either sell you their ticket usually for retail value (6500yen) or trade you for ones from a different venue.

I too will be looking for tickets for Kyocera dome. If it's gonna be just you, we can search together (finding tickets in pairs is easy. Tickets are usually sold seperately or in pairs).
(Deleted comment)
(Deleted comment)
gwendy_ast on June 10th, 2009 02:46 pm (UTC)
Ah, yay! I'm happy now. I went alone the first night in Tokyo and with a friend the second night. When I went with a friend, it was so much more fun.

I also planned on going to the shows on the 29th and 30th, so it works out. By the way... how much are you willing to spend on the tickets?
(Deleted comment)
gwendy_ast on June 10th, 2009 10:18 pm (UTC)
This is where I sat the first night:

The moving carts came by right in front of where that row of three girls is sitting. Yassu even saw me and waved. I paid $100 for that ticket.

The second night, I sat here:

I was much closer to one of the side stages and could see every stage in the dome really well. I paid $130 for this ticket.

Sorry for the picture quality. I took it with my cellphone. As for anyone else reading this, no reposting these pictures. It was dame for me to have taken them and I only did as a keepsake.
as0or on June 11th, 2009 02:40 pm (UTC)
hello =) umm sorry to interrupt in the middle but I am planning to go the concerts in osaka as well and I was just wondering if you have any idea about the seating sections in osaka dome? I am planning to get a ticket from the fanclub but I have no idea which ones are the closest to the stage. there is like area A and area B and a lot of others DX so I'm kind of confused~
so, umm do you have any idea what i'm talking about?
thanks a lot =)
gwendy_ast on June 11th, 2009 02:56 pm (UTC)
If you are getting a ticket from the fanclub, you do not get a choice of where you get to sit.

All tickets through the fanclub are balloted off. You must ballot for the dates that you want and then your seats will be randomly chosen. You might get a seat close and you might get a seat far away. Everyone pays 6500 yen regardless of where their seats are.

Also, fanclub ticket balloting for Osaka Kyocera Dome is already over. Your only choice is to buy leftover tickets from a konbini or buy scalped tickets.

As for the A,B,C, and D section... those are arena seats. They are on the ground level and are the most desirable seats. Fans like these seats because they are closest to the stage. Also, the moving stages go through this area and the members are often times close enough that you COULD touch them. Scalped, I've seen these tickets go for 80000yen a piece.

I've never been to Kyocera dome, so I don't know the layout. I would assume it would be close to Tokyo dome's though, so this means there is a 1st floor (2nd most desirable seats after arena), a balcony area, and a 3rd floor (a.k.a. the nosebleeds).

Hope that helped...
as0or on June 11th, 2009 03:14 pm (UTC)
yes! thank you very much <3 I am actually buying from ticket.co so I know the location of some of the ticket's seats... I think XD.
thanks again <3
gwendy_ast on June 11th, 2009 04:37 pm (UTC)
I think people haven't gotten their tickets quite yet. People have received letters saying that they won tickets in the ballot, but the actual tickets haven't come yet (I think).

You might want to wait a week or two until you buy tickets. I think after the first week of July, people will have their tickets...
as0or on June 11th, 2009 05:54 pm (UTC)
oh! ok, thank you!
(Deleted comment)
gwendy_ast on June 11th, 2009 09:57 pm (UTC)
Yeah, I'll probably spend between $100-200 for the tickets. I will let you know before I buy, and then you can decide if you still want them or not...
(Deleted comment)
(Anonymous) on June 19th, 2009 03:48 pm (UTC)
Concert Tickets Online (http://www.ticketsfans.com/concert-tickets/)s are big business and sometimes hard to come by. There are many ways of ensuring you get to see your favourite artists. Here are 1 Tips consider when looking to purchase concert tickets.If buying from someone on ebay check their seller feedback/reputation first. Make sure you know how and when you will receive your tickets following payment.