Give your miracle finger a rest, because you already have free tickets waiting!
Due to a class action lawsuit filed in 2003, Ticketmaster has been forced into giving its past customers discount codes and FREE TICKETS! The Schlesinger v. Ticketmaster class action lawsuit claimed that the fees charged on tickets "are excessive and deceptive." Fortunately for us, Schlesinger won!
If you purchased tickets from Ticketmaster between 1999 and 2013, which most of us have, then you should check your TM account! You may be surprised what you find!
All you need to do to check what ya have waiting is log in to your account here. After
logging in, click on "my account" from the top right menu, and look for "active vouchers" on the left side menu. If you have any discounts or free tickets, they will be there. There is one large problem right now - the list of available concerts leads to an error page...Hopefully this will be fixed soon and you can make your concert plans!
There are plenty of free tickets waiting! Some report to having over 20 free ticket vouchers in their cart. So, share this post with your friends and have a party! :D
*We are taking a tally on the average amount of free tickets given. Let us know in a comment how many were in your account!
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Really Grateful to you guys, such a fantastic article thanks for the updates. But I preferred etickets as I have already used Ticketmaster and every time I Logged in to Ticketmaster, I see tickets for the performer are mostly sold. eTickets have the fantastic collection of concerts tickets, sports tickets, festival tickets and more… with cheap tickets, and they also help to match up our budget by providing the promo code. I have been using www.etickets.ca since long… thanks
Thanks for sharing great information with us. but I always buy tickets on Etickets.ca. But I will try ticketmaster in future.