Are you able to pull tickets 8 times per minute? (Time yourself, it’s a fun game). If not this video is a must see.
In it, I demonstrate how you can optimize your use of the browser – using keyboard shortcuts and a little Insomniac magic – to get 8 pulls per minute every minute after you make your initial ticket requests. Using the set up I show you in this video, that’s how many I was able to get. And trust me, if I wasn’t so terrible at typing CAPTCHAs, I’d get even more.
What can this mean for you and your ticket inventory?
Well, let’s say you are working 8 tabs and it takes you two minutes to make your initial requests, entering the quantity and password each time. If a normal on sale time lasts 30 minutes, that’s 8 submissions in the first two minutes + 8 submissions every minute for 28 minutes. That’s a total of 232 pulls for the life of a normal on-sale.
You get to see 232 sets of tickets. Your competitors get to see a dozen or two…if they are lucky. To borrow the words of one of our users “If you don’t see the value in this, you don’t know what you are doing.”
My test did not account for the time it takes to actually complete the purchase in tabs that you want to buy in, but the difference between using this method and not using it is exponential. Check it out now. Try the method and see if you can beat the Insomniac! Props to anyone who can get into double digits in one minute.
(Mouseover the video to view the Pop Out feature to watch a larger version).
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