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I was going for a GA ticket in Philly and one in D.C.. I went into Philly first but they took you to a different site other than ticketmaster, a wells fargo site and they made you enter in all your info again. By the time I was done and trying to get D.C. GA it was already 11 minutes past 10 AM. I was not able to get GA for D.C.. I guess they were all gone within minutes despite this being the experience pre-sale. I tried for 40 minutes after hoping they maybe someone elses sale did not go through, but no such luck. They may have held back some GA for the innocence pre-sale tomorrow, the citi pre-sale on Thursday and the general sale on Monday. So there are more options to try obviously. But at least I got the GA for Philadelphia which is the show most of my friends are going to. 

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On 11/14/2017 at 1:03 PM, HelenitaDias said:

Really? I'll try it tomorrow as innocence pre-sale... what are the prices for GA and other seats?

There are five different price levels:

$325, $171, $106, $76, and $41. The general admission tickets are at the $76 price level

 

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On 11/25/2017 at 7:36 AM, STING said:

There are five different price levels:

$325, $171, $106, $76, and $41. The general admission tickets are at the $76 price level

 

Thanks!!! I've tried to buy it on the first minute during presale for Innocence group but there was not even this option to select... was it sold out during Experience presale? :(

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On 11/27/2017 at 6:55 AM, HelenitaDias said:

Thanks!!! I've tried to buy it on the first minute during presale for Innocence group but there was not even this option to select... was it sold out during Experience presale? :(

The first shows pre-sale for Experience was soldout of GA when I went in there at 10:08 AM back on tuesday NOV 14. I did not go in right away because I first purchased a ticket for the Philadelphia show. 

But, two days ago after getting blocked for the pre-sale for 2nd Philadelphia show, I went into the ticketmaster section for D.C. and got a GA ticket at 10:06 AM. Being in the Experience group works all the time I think provided you get in right at 10:00 AM when the sale starts. If you get in later than that, your chances of getting a GA decline. The problem I had during the first pre-sale two weeks ago is that I was trying to buy GA tickets for two different concerts that went on sale at the same time. 

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