We’ve all been on our computers waiting and waiting until a certain time to spend big bucks on a ticket or festival online. More than we’d like, we sometimes AREN’T fast enough or are introduced to extra service fees. Ticketmaster will be giving out refunds to customers after recently losing a lawsuit. The lawsuit was filed in 2003 calling their big fees “excessive and deceptive”. The case has now been settled to $400 million. Anyone who has ordered tickets between October 21st, 1999 through February 27th, 2013, may be entitled to discounts on future ticket purchases. Emails are being sent to members of the class action lawsuit. The email includes a ticket discount code. This could happen different ways so to keep updated and for more information click HERE.

Under the Settlement, Ticketmaster will issue approximately $386 million in Discount Codes to Class Members, which will be good for four years and will allow Class Members to receive discounts for future ticket purchases and/or receive additional discounts on future UPS ticket deliveries. If Class Members do not use at least $42 million worth of codes, Ticketmaster has agreed to make free tickets for certain events available to Class Members on a first come, first served basis. Ticketmaster will make enough of the free tickets available to make up for the difference between the amount of discounts that are redeemed and $42 million.


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