I have been doing this since the Devils and Dust tour in 2005 through the www.backstreets.com/btx website. I create call lists for the venues in which Bruce will be playing. When you sign up for that particular venue, if there are ticket drops, you will get an automated phonecall from me alerting you to buy tickets. That call will go out to all who are signed up for that venue. I DO NOT buy or sell the tickets. I simply let you know they are available through a drop. For those who do sign up, if you see or hear of a drop, get your tickets, then call me so I can alert the others. I will send you my cell number within 24 hours of when you sign up. It is a network of fans helping other fans. The results have been outstanding. Keep in mind, you can sit on Ticketmaster, Backstreets and Greasy Lake all day checking for tickets and forum messages that tickets are dropping. I do that for you. I save you that time. The bottom line is that it works. And it works very well. I have a long track record.
The calls can come at any time, between 9AM and 9PM. When you get the call, get on TM and get your tickets. Some drops are large and some are small. In very few instances, there have been no drops at all for a venue. Of course, I have no control over that.
The definition of a ticket drop is when tickets are released after the initial on-sale date, even if the event is listed as sold out. Bruce shows are typically sold out in minutes. Usually, as the show date approaches, more tickets become available. Drops can happen at any time. Even if a show is not sold out, dropped tickets are usually better seats close to the stage and General Admission.