PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) — If you purchased tickets from Ticketmaster anytime between 1993 and 2013, you could be eligible for free tickets and discounts.
As part of a 13-year-old lawsuit settlement over excessive fees, millions of customers are now getting free tickets and discount vouchers.
The company has not yet announced a list of shows that you may be able to see with your vouchers – and Ticketmaster is asking customers to be patient.
In your account, you could see three different codes.
Ticket codes can be redeemed for two tickets to certain events at Live Nation-owned or operated venues.
The tickets will be for General Admission seating – and will be available on a limited first come, first-served basis.
Customers could also receive discount codes worth $2.25 each. There will be a maximum 17 codes per customer and you can only use two codes – or $4.50 – per transaction.
Discount UPS codes, worth $5 each, will also be available. These will also have a 17 code maximum and only two – or $10 – can be used per transaction.
But there’s bad news – right now the vouchers aren’t working. People who tried to access the vouchers on Ticketmaster’s website found a message the said “We are currently experiencing difficulties. Please check back again at a later time.”
According to a statement on Ticketmaster’s fan support Twitter account,
“…These voucher codes can only be used for eligible events which are still being finalized. Unfortunately, we do not have an ETA as to when this will be finished, but we expect it to be soon.”
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