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OnlineCityTickets.com is a leading provider of resale tickets in the secondary market specializing in concerts, theater, family shows, traveling Broadway, and sporting events. We offer tickets to events around the world and provide our customers with an outstanding customer service team, cutting edge technology, and low prices. OnlineCityTickets.com is a privately owned and operated company dealing almost exclusively in the online retail of resale tickets. Prices on our sites may be above or below face value and can change quickly with consumer demand. We are not affiliated with any primary website, venue, box office, or supplier.

OnlineCityTickets.com offers all of our customers a 100% Buyer Guarantee, which states that all tickets purchased will arrive prior to the event, be better than or equal to the tickets purchased, and be completely authentic and valid for entry. The majority of inventory sold on our sites can be instantly downloaded or emailed within minutes of purchase. We also offer various last minute services and are often able to give our customers access to events even after they’ve started.

We strive to make our customer experience the most outstanding in the industry. Please call (800) 854-2196 at any time with any questions or concerns. You may also email support@onlinecitytickets.com for any additional information.

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Ticket Information
Inventory We are a resale marketplace, not a box office or venue. Ticket prices may exceed face value. This site is not owned by Spectrum Center.
Guarantee 100% Buyer Guarantee. Tickets are authentic and will arrive before event.
Address
333 East Trade Street
Charlotte, NC 28202, United States
Spectrum Center
The Spectrum Center, formerely the Time Warner Cable Arena, is an entertainment and sports venue located in the Uptown (downtown) area of Charlotte, North Carolina, USA. Its primary use is as the home court of the Charlotte Bobcats of the NBA. It made its grand opening in October 2005 for a concert by The Rolling Stones and hosted its first Bobcats game on November 5, 2005. The arena's center-hung Daktronics video screens measure 16 feet by 28 feet, making them the largest of any indoor arena. The arena is owned by the city of Charlotte, but operated by the Bobcats. It is also currently the 2nd youngest arena in the NBA to the Orlando Magic's new arena, Amway Center.

Spectrum.Center-Charlotte.com is not affiliated with any primary box office or supplier. We are a privately owned and operated business specializing in sales in the secondary resale market. To buy tickets for any Spectrum Center events in Charlotte simply click on the event of interest or call our operators at anytime.