How To Find The Cheapest Slayer Tickets For "The Final Campaign" Tour + Face Value Options

American thrash metal band Slayer will embark on the last leg of what’s being called its final tour in November. The group, which first toured in the 1980s, will play 18 shows in the U.S. beginning November 2 in Asheville, North Carolina, and wrapping up November 30 at The Forum in Inglewood, California. The Forum show will be the second of two, the first set for November 29. The Forum is the only venue Slayer will play twice, and both shows are nearly sold out.

Slayer will be joined for some shows on “The Final Campaign” by Primus, Ministry and Philip H. Anselmo.

Where To Buy Slayer Tickets

Of the higher-interest shows, most are 90% sold out or more on the primary market, including the final show, for which there are less than 15 tickets left on Ticketmaster. Fans who want more choice of where to sit for any Slayer show should shop around, as secondary ticket marketplace TicketIQ has seats for all Slayer shows.

TicketIQ offers fans tickets to all shows and a Low Price Guarantee for all Slayer tickets for all tour dates, and all concert tickets this year. That means that if you find a secondary market ticket for less on a site like Stubhub or Seatgeek, we’ll give you 200% of the difference in ticket credit. TicketIQ customers save an average of 5%-20% over Stubhub or Seatgeek. 

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How Much Are Slayer Tickets

Both Los Angeles shows are already nearly sold out on the primary market. On November 29, Ticketmaster shows about 90% sold out, with the cheapest seat at $59.50 for Section 233. Most of the available seats are in the 100 Sections on the sides, back from the stage and start at $149.50. TicketIQ has seats available throughout the venue, including similar seats in Section 105 for $177. But what you’ll find on the secondary market is that General Admission tickets are still available, starting at $362. 

The November 30 show looks to be the toughest ticket on the tour, with less than 15 seats remaining on Ticketmaster. Most of those tickets are “Official Platinum,” which means they are dynamically priced. Seats in Section H are currently listed on Ticketmaster for $455. Fans should definitely shop around, as TicketIQ has seats throughout the venue, including tickets in the 200 Sections for $171, and seats in Section H starting at $441, a bit less than on the primary market.

Below is a look at the higher-interest show, for which the cheapest ticket on the secondary market is listed at $115 or more:

November 2 at U.S. Cellular Center, Asheville, North Carolina, tickets start at $118 🎟️

November 9 at Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, tickets start at $119 🎟️

November 20 at World Arena, Colorado Springs, Colorado, tickets start at $120 🎟️

November 29 at The Forum, Los Angeles, California, tickets start at $117 🎟️

November 30 at The Forum, Los Angeles, California, tickets start at $160 🎟️

All Slayer Tour Dates

November 2 – Asheville, NC @ Explore Asheville Arena
November 3 – Raleigh, NC @ PNC Arena
November 5 – Salem, VA @ Salem Civic Center
November 6 – Hershey, PA @ Giant Center
November 8 – Springfield, MA @ Mass Mutual Center,
November 9 – New York, NY @ Madison Square Garden
November 11 – KFC Yum Center, Louisville, KY
November 12 – Columbus, OH @ Nationwide Arena
November 14 – Moline, IL @ TaxSlayer Arena
November 15 – Sioux Falls, SD @ Denny Sanford Center
November 17 – Fargo, ND @ Fargodome
November 18 – Omaha, NE @ CHI Health Center
November 20 – Colorado Springs, CO @ Broadmore Arena
November 22 – Billings, MT @ Rimrock Arena
November 24 – Spokane, WA @ Spokane Arena
November 26 – Oakland, CA @ Oracle Arena
November 27 – Las Vegas, NV @ MGM Arena
November 30 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Forum


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