What if the tickets you purchased for your favorite amusement park are out of stock?

    Are you in luck?

    According to a report in The Associated Press, ticket brokers and retailers are trying to provide ticket buyers with answers to these questions and more.

    The AP reports that ticket brokers are trying out the new “Ask Ticket” feature that will allow lottery winners to provide detailed ticket information and buy tickets online.

    According to The AP, the feature will let lottery winners get ticket information, like their age, city, ticket amount and price, on a computer screen.

    If a ticket buyer can’t reach the ticket seller or find the ticket, the buyer will be able to ask for a refund.

    The feature is being tested at the Big Ten Conference, which is the largest conference in the NCAA.

    The Big Ten is a member of the College Football Playoff.

    A recent study found that college football ticket sales were up 6 percent in 2019 compared to 2020.

    According the AP, there are still several obstacles to obtaining a ticket to the Big 12 Championship Game, but it’s not as bad as the first year.

    Ticket brokers are working on a solution to address ticket scarcity that will not only improve the quality of the tickets available for sale but will also give consumers an additional incentive to get tickets for their favorite attractions.

    The new technology is still in testing and may take a few more months to roll out nationwide.