WiseGuys Presale Password Review

WiseGuys Presale Passwords is a service provided by some very cool guys have a built a solid reputation for themselves for their integrity and service – based on my own experience, as well as many others that have used their services.  They add 15 to 35 new presale codes daily and provide tons of information and don't hold anything back.


 

They offer several options: 

  • 3 day pass for $5 
  • a 7 day trial VIP membership for $2.99 
  • a 60 day 100% guarantee 

 

 Click here to check out their service

Read what others are saying about these guys….

“Ok, I was very skeptical about this website but I took the chance that it would be ok because I really wanted to see Theresa Caputo in Detroit and seats were selling out quickly, even on the presale. I was very happy that everything came out A-OK! Thanks WiseGuys!!

  “ These guys are great. I have used them for several years and they never disapoint. They also have amazing personal integrity. That alone is such a rare commodity these days. I have never had a problem and they stand behind their product. Even refudning as needed if there was ever a problem. These are great guys.

 “”First Time user. Couldnt get help from from the Artist website/blog other concert goers. I thought this was a scam. IT WORKED. I got great tix and Im stoked. Will definately use again. !!!!

 “ WISE GUY KNOWS HOW TO TAKE CARE OF HIS CUSTOMERS. JOIN UP WITH THE 20 DOLLAR VIP AND GIVE THE MAN HIS DUE ! WHERE THE HELL DOES HE GET ALL THESE PRESALE PASSWORDS ANYWAY ? WHO IS THIS MASKED MAN ?!

 “ Great to get the heads up on so many events. Love you guys!!!

From the "The Tickets Guide" (check out our review of this book):

"WiseGuys are the #1 Presale Password site out there. These guys have been providing us with presale passwords for years and they’ve become a trusted name in the industry. They also give what they call a “Hot Tip” at the end of each presale post, which is cool and sets them apart from other presale sites. (Update: they’ve recently switched over to paid memberships, but the information they’re churning out every day more than pays for the cost.)"