In less than a month, the VIP and RM183 tickets to the 2012 Asia Super Showcase in Malaysia has sold out! But fear not, peeps. There are still tickets left for the music extravaganza featuring Super Junior-M, EXO-M and BTOB. And the best part is, they are at a discounted price!
15% student discount
In conjunction with the school holidays, the organizers are giving students a 15% discount on the RM283 (Pit Zone) tickets. All you need to do is visit any TicketCharge outlet and flash your student ID when you buy your Pit Zone tickets.
50% discount on next purchase
Already have a ticket to the 2012 Asia Super Showcase in Malaysia? Great! This means that you will be entitled to receive a 50% discount on your next Marctensia-organized concert IF you get your friends to purchase a minimum of 5 tickets (at the 15% discount) to the 2012 Asia Super Showcase in Malaysia. Your friends must buy the RM383 (Super Zone) and/or RM283 (Pit Zone) tickets.
All you need to do is bring along your already-purchased ticket (as proof) when your friend buys the tickets.
Terms and conditions of 50% discount:
- Only valid for one-time use and is limited to 2 tickets purchased for the next Marctensia-organized concert.
- Not applicable for VIP tickets.
Ah hah, this is not a typo. The previous discount is for students but this one is for those who have the 2NE1 Global Tour in Malaysia OR Kpop Storm Live in Malaysia concert tickets. Yes, the two events that were cancelled.
If you have any of these tickets, just bring them along when you visit the TicketCharge outlets. You will be entitled to a 15% discount on the 2012 Asia Super Showcase in Malaysia tickets. This offer is applicable when you buy the RM283 (Pit Zone) tickets only.
Please take note that your 2NE1 and Kpop Storm tickets are not exchangeable for cash nor transferable for the 2012 Asia Super Showcase in Malaysia tickets.
For more ticketing details, please contact TicketCharge at 03 9222 8811 or visit www.ticketcharge.com.my.
With the support of Malaysia Convention & Exhibition Bureau (MyCEB) and the Ministry of Tourism, the 2012 Asia Super Showcase in Malaysia is expected to attract around 2,000 foreign tourists. This, in turn, will contribute RM3.5 million to the nation’s economy. The aim of MyCEB is to make Malaysia a hub of major sports, arts, lifestyle and entertainment events.