Ronan20

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  1. U2.com 2018 Subscription FAQ Thread

    IT TOOK JUST minutes for U2′s Joshua Tree 30th anniversary gig in Croke Park to sell out. However within an hour of tickets going on sale, advertisements for tickets appeared on reselling website Stubhub.co.uk, with the most expensive standing ticket going for £1,000 (€1,137.50). Seatwave, a reselling website owned by Ticketmaster, was listing tickets at an average price of €299.43. The highest price for an individual standing ticket was €800, more than €720 greater than the original price. Just how are the fans being protected??
  2. U2.com 2018 Subscription FAQ Thread

    I'm not worried. If U2 / Ticketmaster mess up for the European leg of the tour, I'll just cancel my membership.I have better things to be spending my money on than trying to facilitate corporate entities who just seem to hold fans in contempt. (Rant over)
  3. U2.com 2018 Subscription FAQ Thread

    Thanks, however I'm still confused. I've bean a subscriber since the year dot. I have never let it lapse. this is what is showing What is my status??
  4. U2.com 2018 Subscription FAQ Thread

    "Verified Fan" and "Verified Subscriber" are these both the same thing?
  5. Where are our pre-sale codes? (MERGED)

    Not as i understand.....up to two tickets for one show per subscription im afraid Thanks for that - now what if I want to bring more than 1 person, is that just tough luck? Q - How Many Tickets Can I buy? A - As a paid-up U2.com Subscriber you are eligible to purchase up to TWO tickets across the tour. You can split this up across two shows or just use for a single show.
  6. Where are our pre-sale codes? (MERGED)

    Not as i understand.....up to two tickets for one show per subscription im afraid Thanks for that - now what if I want to bring more than 1 person, is that just tough luck?
  7. Where are our pre-sale codes? (MERGED)

    I'm living in Dublin and obviously would prefer to go to shows there (and bring my eldest son - I'm of that age), can I use the pre-sale code twice , say for London and then Dublin