BOISE, Idaho — Tickets to both of Garth Brooks' highly-anticipated shows in Boise next week are sold out through official distributor Ticketmaster. But there are still ways you can score tickets - although it may cost you a bit more, depending on where you want to sit.

Tickets for the shows on July 19 and 20 at Albertsons Stadium are still available through third-party re-sellers. There are a lot of scammers out there that will gladly take your money without providing the desired tickets so we have verified three third-party websites that you can trust to deliver as promised.

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Here are the sites that still have tickets available to one or both of Brooks' Boise shows:

National Association of Ticket Brokers

The National Association of Ticket Brokers is partnered with the Better Business Bureau and provides a list of all NATB accredited ticket brokers. When you order a ticket from an NATB member, they will deliver your tickets or will refund you 200% of the price of your tickets.

Avoid getting scammed

We have received questions from viewers about sites like Facebook Marketplace and Craigslist. You'll want to be wary about any deal seems "too good to be true." Also make sure you you meet up with the seller in person, in a public place like a police department parking lot.

If you go through with an online transfer, make sure that the the seller is transferring the tickets from the Ticketmaster app or their Ticketmaster account. Here is more information on how to safely and securely transfer tickets.