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How To Get Free Tickets From Ticketmaster As Part Of Massive Class Action Court Settlement

Ticket scalpingTicketmaster is making good on the settlement of a class action lawsuit that affects more than 50 million ticket buyers.  Some have criticized the deal as a "new scam on top of the old one." But with millions of free and discounted tickets available, why be left out? Here is how to get your free tickets and discounts from Ticketmaster.


Ticketmaster is making good on the settlement of a class action lawsuit that affects more than 50 million people. The lawsuit, Schlesinger v. Ticketmaster, was brought against the ticketing giant in 2003, claiming that Ticketmaster was imposing unfair fees for items such as order processing and shipping costs.

On Saturday, Ticketmaster placed "Ticket Codes" in millions of accounts who made purchase transactions on between October 21, 1999 and February 27, 2013.  The codes are redeemable for two tickets for General Admission seating at designated concert events at Live Nation owned or operated venues, subject to availability and limitations.

It's the last phrase, "availability and limitations," that has consumer advocates worried. Stay tuned as we track how satisfied consumers are with their ability to get the tickets that they want. 

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  1. This is crap. I can’t even use my discount codes because all the “approved” shows went so quickly. they should have another lawsuit against them for allowing the use of bots on their site. They make it impossible to get tickets to any big show and force you to go through sites like stub hub where they charge you a fortune. I hate ticketmaster! I don’t know how they are legally in busiiness

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