Yes, you can log into your Ticketmaster account on multiple devices at the same time. Ticketmaster allows users to be logged in on different devices simultaneously so they can access their account, purchase tickets, and manage their orders from anywhere. This convenience makes it easy for Ticketmaster users to buy tickets on-the-go from their phones, tablets, laptops, desktop computers, etc.
Benefits of Logging Into Multiple Devices
There are several benefits to being able to log into your Ticketmaster account on different devices at once:
- Convenience – You can access your Ticketmaster account wherever you are, on whatever device is most convenient at that moment.
- Purchase tickets anywhere – You can buy tickets directly through the Ticketmaster app or website on your phone, tablet, computer, etc.
- Manage your orders – View order history, track ticket delivery, sell tickets, etc. across different devices.
- Avoid missing out – With multiple login access, you can act fast to get tickets from any device before they sell out.
- Flexibility – Start ticket purchases on one device and seamlessly continue/complete them on another device.
How to Log Into Multiple Devices
Logging into your Ticketmaster account on different devices is easy. Here are the steps:
1. Create a Ticketmaster Account
If you don’t already have one, you’ll first need to create a Ticketmaster account. You can do this on their website or mobile app. Provide details like your name, email address, password, etc. to set up your account.
2. Log In on First Device
Use your email and password to log into your Ticketmaster account on the first device. This could be your computer, phone, tablet, etc. Ticketmaster will keep you logged into this device.
3. Log In on Additional Devices
On any other devices, launch the Ticketmaster app or go to the Ticketmaster login page and enter your account credentials again. Ticketmaster will recognize you as an existing user and log you in.
4. Repeat as Needed
Log into any other devices you want in the same way. Ticketmaster does not limit the number of devices you can be logged into at once.
Using Multiple Logins
Once logged into multiple devices, here are some of the activities you can do:
- Search for events and check ticket availability
- View event details like seat maps, venue info, etc.
- Purchase tickets and select delivery method
- Access your order history and ticket barcodes
- Sell tickets you can no longer use
- Manage account details and payment methods
Your Ticketmaster account information, order history, and purchased tickets will be seamlessly synced across all logged in devices.
Tips for Using Multiple Logins
To make the most of accessing your Ticketmaster account from multiple devices, keep these tips in mind:
- Log out when done – To protect your account, log out of devices when you’re finished using Ticketmaster.
- Use strong passwords – Have unique, complex passwords for your Ticketmaster account to prevent unauthorized access.
- Enable notifications – Turn on notifications in the app and by email so you never miss ticket sales or updates.
- Bookmark pages – Save the Ticketmaster login page and ticket links as bookmarks on devices for quick access.
- Confirm deliveries – Double check ticket delivery method and details to avoid issues accessing tickets.
Troubleshooting Multiple Logins
Although rare, you may encounter occasional issues when logged into Ticketmaster across multiple devices. Here is how to troubleshoot common problems:
Can’t Log In on New Device
- Make sure you are using the correct email/password for your account.
- Try resetting your password if you think your login credentials are being rejected.
- Enable cookies in your browser if your device won’t maintain the login session.
- Clear browser cache and cookies, then try logging in again.
Purchases Not Appearing
- Give it some time for purchases to sync across devices – there may be a lag.
- Check your order history – you may be looking on the wrong device.
- Confirm payment went through properly for the purchase.
- Contact Ticketmaster Customer Support if purchases are still missing.
Being Logged Out Unexpectedly
- Long periods of inactivity can cause sessions to timeout – try logging in again.
- An update or password change on one device can log you out of others – just log back in.
- Technical issues may occasionally interrupt logins – try again later.
One Account Per Person
Ticketmaster only allows one account per person. Each account is intended for use by a single user. This means you cannot share login credentials across different people.
If Ticketmaster detects an account being accessed from vastly different locations, devices, or payment methods, they may flag the account for suspicious activity and require password changes or other verification.
So while you can log into multiple of your own devices, your Ticketmaster login should not be shared with other people or family members. Each person should create their own individual account.
Use Multiple Accounts for Separate Purposes
In some cases, a single Ticketmaster user may want to have more than one account for different purposes, such as:
- Personal vs. Work – Have separate accounts for buying tickets for yourself versus for client gifts, employee perks, etc.
- Different Locations – Accounts with regional preferences set for where you live, work, travel, etc.
- Specific Interests – Accounts tailored to your different interests – sports, music, theater, family events, etc.
While Ticketmaster doesn’t encourage multiple accounts, it is generally allowed if the accounts are all used by the same individual. However, duplicate accounts should not be used improperly to exceed ticket purchase limits or get unfair advantages over other buyers.
Family and Friends Sharing Access
If you want to grant family members or friends access to your Ticketmaster account, you have a few options:
- Give trusted individuals your login credentials to use when needed. However, this does compromise account security.
- Make ticket purchases on their behalf using your account – then transfer them the tickets.
- Set yourself up as an “Authorized Buyer” on their Ticketmaster account. This allows you to make purchases for them through your account.
- Purchase Ticketmaster GiftCards for them to use on their own account.
Letting too many people access your main Ticketmaster account is risky. The best way for multiple people to use Ticketmaster is for each person to have their own legitimate account.
Change Account Settings Anywhere
A great benefit of logging into Ticketmaster across all your devices is that you can update your account settings from anywhere. Some things you can manage through any logged-in device include:
- Changing your password and login email
- Adding/updating payment methods like credit cards or PayPal
- Setting notifications preferences for upcoming events and order status
- Configuring your homepage and regional preferences
- Saving preferred venues for faster transaction
- Providing contact details like phone number and address
You no longer need to be at a computer or wait until you get home. Make quick account changes at any time through the Ticketmaster app or mobile site when logged in.
Is Ticketmaster Login Shared Across Sites?
Your Ticketmaster login credentials only grant you access to your Ticketmaster account. They do not work on other independent sites or services, even those selling tickets.
For example, your Ticketmaster account will not give you access to accounts on:
- Live Nation
- Vivid Seats
- Your local theater box office website
- Any artists’ independent ticket sales
These sites have their own separate login systems. You will need new accounts and credentials in order to purchase tickets through them.
Even Ticketmaster-owned sites like NFL Ticket Exchange and TicketWeb require separate logins from your main Ticketmaster account. Your login is only valid at Ticketmaster itself.
Can You Be Logged Into Multiple Accounts?
While you can be logged into your single Ticketmaster account on multiple devices, you cannot log into multiple Ticketmaster accounts at the same time on a single device.
If you try accessing a second Ticketmaster account on a device where you are already logged in, it will automatically log you out of the first account. This prevents issues that could arise from having two accounts active in the same session.
On most browsers and devices, you will need to fully log out of one Ticketmaster account before you can log into a different one. Using an incognito or private browser window can sometimes allow accessing two accounts on a single device.
However, Ticketmaster may flag this abnormal activity if done excessively, so it is best to just log in and out of your accounts normally as needed.
Additional Account Security Tips
When logging into Ticketmaster across multiple devices, be sure to keep your account secure with these additional precautions:
- Do not use public, shared, or unknown devices to access your account, like library computers, hotel business centers, etc.
- Never leave devices logged into your Ticketmaster account unattended in public.
- Use secure and private wi-fi connections – avoid accessing your account on public hotspots.
- Install anti-virus software and keep devices updated and protected.
- Avoid accessing your account on jailbroken, rooted, or compromised devices.
- Clear browser history regularly to remove account access traces.
Following security best practices ensures no one can gain unauthorized access to your Ticketmaster account or purchase history.
Log Out When Finished
The most important security step is to fully log out of your Ticketmaster account when you are done using it. Leaving accounts logged in on devices can expose your information.
On the Ticketmaster website, use the Log Out link at the top of the screen. In the mobile app, tap the menu icon to find the Log Out option.
Closing the browser tab or app does not log you out. Always properly log out of every device to prevent unauthorized access.
Ticketmaster allows users to be logged into a single account simultaneously on multiple devices. This convenience makes purchasing tickets, managing orders, and updating details easy across all your gadgets. Just be sure to take precautions to keep your account secure.