Ticket Search Engine Website WhizTix Announces Website Re-design
(PR Web Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) (PRWEB) December 31, 2013
Tired of searching for tickets on highly commercialized websites just to find that tickets are sold out or are being sold at astronomical prices? Look no further, WhixTiz is announcing the re-launch of their newly designed website. WhixTix is a unique, stress-free tool where customers can quickly search for and purchase highly demanded and cheap tickets to concerts and sporting events worldwide.
With the new launch, WhizTix has made many adjustments to provide an even better, easier, more efficient ticket searching and buying process. Among the most notable changes is a more vibrant, aesthetically appealing color scheme, added tabs to the menu bar to make an easier search, added geo-targeting ability to provide users with a list of “top ten events nearby,” and a slideshow of pictures that were sent in directly from users. Overall, the main changes were made to the website’s pages, functionality and layout.
“Over time we have gotten to know our customers and audience a lot more,” said Adam Taxin, co-founder of WhizTix. “This user-friendly website is the ultimate destination for fans to find the tickets they want, without stressing out over sold out events and breaking the bank.”
Fans are highly encouraged to visit the revamped http://www.WhizTix.com to see the great event ticket prices offered on the most popular events in their area.
The rapidly growing ticket search engine website, WhizTix.com, consistently provides an affordable and efficient way to search for resold event tickets online. The free-to-use tool aggregates results from different event ticket selling sites all in one place, allowing users to find the cheapest tickets available, often below face value, and the best deals on seats. WhizTix has saved customers money on tickets for sporting events, concerts and plays—even events that are sold out. To learn more about WhizTix and start searching for tickets, visit http://www.whiztix.com.
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