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About The Meet And Greets – 4 Different Packages (Including Prices)

Enjoy a Meet & Greet and photo with Bette Midler or Front Row Seat & more as a VIP!

11-9-2014 7-46-41 AM

Multiple Grammy Award(R)-winning singer and legendary performer Bette Midler returns to the stage for her first major tour in a decade.

Choose between four exclusive Bette Midler VIP Packages!

Visit your event page and pick your custom VIP experience from the ticket types or special offers menu above the map. Please note that VIP package contents vary based on offer selected.

MEET & GREET PACKAGE ($1,250.00)
– One Premium Price Level 1 Ticket
– Priority Check-in and separate entrance (where available)
– Meet & Greet with Bette Midler
– Individual or Group photo with Bette Midler
– Access to the pre-show hospitality lounge with appetizers and beverages
– Merchandise item designed and created exclusively for package purchasers
– Collectible laminate to remember your evening
– Onsite check-in staff

FRONT ROW PACKAGE ($720.00)
– One Front Row Ticket
– Priority check-in and separate entrance (where available)
– Access to the pre-show hospitality lounge with appetizers and beverages
– Merchandise item designed and created exclusively for package purchasers
– Collectible laminate to remember your evening
– Onsite check-in staff

GOLD HOT SEAT PACKAGE ($515.00)
– One Premium Price Level 1 Ticket
– Merchandise item designed and created exclusively for package purchasers
– Collectible laminate to remember your evening

SILVER HOT SEAT PACKAGE (235.00)
– One Premium Price Level 2 Ticket
– Merchandise item designed and created exclusively for package purchasers
– Collectible laminate to remember your evening

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15 thoughts on “About The Meet And Greets – 4 Different Packages (Including Prices)

  1. I’m interested in two of the meet and
    Greet for my 16 year old daughter and I. Please email me for prices.

  2. I just jumped on the Ticketmaster site for the SAP Center in San Jose, and found out the following:

    1) First click on the AMEX presale button, and it will unlock the other package options. Going to other options first will waste time.

    2) For about every 30 seconds that you waste, you’re about 3 rows further back in the section that you’re interested in.

    3) Initially, all packages were sold out (within the first minute!), but tickets are only held for 3 minutes (to pay) and then released again. For example, the Meet and Greet was not available when I first clicked on it, but when I tried again a couple minutes later, a seat had been released in the center/center main floor section, in the fourth row. Really a perfect seat! Price: $1,250

    4) The gold, silver, and front row packages were not available when I tried them (and this is the first few minutes after going on sale). Fast sell-out, but as above, could be released when people realize the prices. Knowing what the prices are, actually is a little more difficult than you realize (thanks for posting them!). I bet a lot of people won’t realize the price structure until checkout.

    5) The best specific seats I could find were in the sections that were not on the main floor but to the sides of the stage. Best seat was in the 17th row, off to the side, but close to the stage. Price: $285.

    I don’t live in San Jose anymore, but just wanted to check out the process, for when the event in my area goes on sale.

    Wishing those purchasing tickets today, best success!

  3. Update: Jumped on Ticketmaster again, 30 minutes after tickets went on sale, and found out that a Gold package ticket was available: $460. Seat location was on the main floor, center/center section, in the 10th row center. Only six rows back from the Meet & Greet seat, for $800 less.

  4. I just quickly wanted to add that I think, once again, the Midler marketing strategy is brilliant for this tour. Now that we’ve seen that the ticket agencies/scalpers are already charging $2,000-$4,000 for premium seats, how nice to know that we can get a great seat and a meet and greet with Bette for close to 1/3 the price!

    It’s always seemed unfair to me that scalpers profit the most from these concerts, leaving the artists in the dust. Having tiered options for the consumer, albeit still expensive, is much more satisfying to me knowing that Bette, who is more deserving of the profits and rewards from her concert efforts, than these scalpers–who pretty much hold the rest of us hostage.

    We have choices and levels as to our participation and seating, with a strategy that should eliminate some of these scalpers from profiteering. I noticed in the rules for the VIP packages that ticket holder “names” cannot be changed or substituted. How novel an idea that the monies from concerts have a better chance of going to the artist instead of the scalper? I’d gladly spend more for a Bette ticket knowing this, and knowing that she’s probably going to use much of her funds to continue with her philanthropic and charity work.

  5. If anyone can take a single ticket off of my hands for the Chicago show on June 18, 2015, I will sell it for what I paid. FLOOR: Section 2 row 22 $330.83… I have it for sale on stub hub and ticket but they charge fees so you’d pay $478 on there.
    Thanks! Not trying to profit, just going to see her elsewhere.

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