Make a Rukkus on Saturday Night {$250 #Giveaway}

RukkusI sit in the glow of the television watching the season premiere of Suits. My back hurts and I’m in desperate need of a date night with my husband. What to do? Go see Maroon 5? Go laugh with Jerry Seinfeld? Head out to see the Cleveland Cavaliers play Miami Heat at the American Airlines Arena?

There’s this new live entertainment search engine and marketplace, Rukkus, to get you to any concert, sports, or theater event of your choice for free. That’s right! FREE!

Rukkus accesses tickets from the largest ticketing vendors. By pulling tickets from Stubhub, Ticketmaster and Ticketfly among others, Rukkus does the digital legwork for its users. With the widest selection of tickets, you’ll always find the best deals available on the web. Their tickets can come with a 20% savings over other sites like StubHub.  Forbes and VentureBeat are already touting their great deals! I’m happy to partner with Rukkus to give you the best deal!

To get the word out, Rukkus is giving away $250 in credit to their site! Head on over now and get the details on how to win these FREE tickets here.

So, where do you think we should go on our date night?

 

37 thoughts on “Make a Rukkus on Saturday Night {$250 #Giveaway}”

  1. I thought you disappeared – I’ve been so worried about you! I’m so glad that you are doing well. I look forward to your new blog!! Do you have a new email address? If so please email it to me (thanks)
    Angie

  2. What great information. I am definitely going to enter this giveaway. Hubby and I desperately need a date night too. We just moved to a new area and are trying to find great things to do this will be a great help.

  3. This looks like a great site. Will have to tell a few friends about this. Living in LA, we go to sporting events and concerts quite a bit.

  4. Wow $250 for entertainment tickets? That would be awesome. I’d check out an event at a theater and then perhaps see who was coming to town for a concert. I like Maroon 5 when I listen to them. But, I don’t know if I am interested in seeing them in person. I’m not really a fan of Adam Levine. I wasn’t much of a fan of Seinfeld, so my vote would be for sports. Because sports are always much more fun in person than they are to watch on TV.

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