Goldstar is Golden

Heath and I enjoyed an exciting Sharks hockey game Tuesday evening. I love hockey games because the inner smack talker comes out to play! Tuesday’s game was pretty dismal as our home team, San Jose Sharks, lost to the Carolina Hurricanes.

However, on the other side of town, San Francisco Giants have been kicking butt! Buster Posey has been kicking a$$ and he makes my heart melt (right there w/ Heath, of course!)

Living in the Bay Area has its many perks: sports games, musicals, diverse restaurants, spas, comedy clubs, different expos (including chocolate!) , parties, etc…However, tickets for admission can get pricey if you buy them at regular price.

I signed up for Goldstar, http://www.goldstar.com, where you can get discounted tickets to local events and services. I have received 50% spa services, gotten Cirque du Soleil tickets for only $40/ea w/ great seats, watched numerous hockey and baseball games at a discount, celebrated the holidays w/ a performance of the “Nutcracker”, and lots more.

For me, I feel like life is about experiences and memories! Sometimes the only thing holding me back is the monetary costs of those experiences, but Goldstar gets rid of that problem.

Ticket/Entertainment Marketers: If you need help to gain exposure for your event or you have last-minute inventory that you need to get rid of, get more info to sign up with Goldstar here.

For all you readers out there, if you live in one of the Goldstar areas:

  • Atlanta
  • Boston
  • Chicago
  • DC Metro
  • Denver
  • Las Vegas
  • Los Angeles
  • Minneapolis-St. Paul
  • New York
  • Orange County
  • Portland
  • Sacramento
  • San Diego
  • San Francisco
  • San Jose
  • Seattle

go ahead and see what experiences are in store for you.

Also, you know I’m all about the gift of experience. You can get your loved ones gift certificates for Goldstar purchases too!

 
 

1 response

  1. J. Money Says: Feb 18th,2011

    Yeah! Sports tkts are pretty killer from what I’ve been finding out. Nice review :)

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