How to find out if you're getting a Ticketmaster voucher
If you paid Ticketmaster to see Sting, U2, or any other show in the last decade in a half, it's payback time, sort of.
The biggest ticket broker in America is paying almost $400 million to settle a class action lawsuit over two of its most hated and now discontinued fees.
It's $15 to $20 UPS delivery charge and it's $4 per order processing fee.
Fees the suit claimed were not based on actual cause.
People who purchase tickets between 1999 and 2013 Will be issued discount vouchers of $2.25 for each order they placed, and $5 for every time they had an order shipped UPS.
In addition, the company says it will also hand out some free tickets to selected events.
How do you find out if you're getting anything?
Well, to be honest I couldn't remember the last time I used Ticket Master to buy tickets but I know I have an account.
And while Ticket Master is supposed to send you an email, if you have an account there's another way to find out.
You log in to the Ticket Master website, log in to your account, then go down to the Active Vouchers tab and click it.
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