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  1. The u2 presales worked like a charm for me, unlike may others, but the citi pre-sales were a bust. I got the pull down for citi pre-sales promptly at 9 am, but whatever tickets I requested, in whatever category including "best available", or number, returned an error message asking me to try again later. No message that there were no tickets available, just an error message with the search. If others were able to get in, I'm assuming the allocation is probably gone by now. Oh well.
  2. During i&e 2015 there were different color wrist bands for each RZ. You could go from your RZ to GA and back, but I never tried to get from RZx to RZy. With the video wall set up, it was hard to move from side to side as I recall.
  3. To the best of my knowledge, RZ1 is on the right facing the stage (Adam) and RZ2 is on the left facing the Stage (Edge). Several TM venues have maps showing RZ1 and RZ2 that way, and that was how it was for the i&e tour in 2015. There is also a venue seat map floating around from Cali I think showing similar (and more detailed) staging, with a more accurate depiction of the RZs. It looks like — and It would make a lot of sense — that the e&i arena staging will be the same as the i&e arena staging, with RZs at the front corners on both sides. For the i&e tour, where I did RZ from both sides, about 15-20 people could fit on the front rail on each side, with the rest of the RZers behind them and also on a rail that ran roughly parallel to the long video wall down the middle. You had a great view of the screens and from time to time the band members would be directly in front of the RZ folks at the front. It was also far less densely packed than the GA area and many chose to hang out along the “back” rail that ran along the far side forming the traffic alley at the sides of the arena since you still had great views. They also allowed RZers to enter the GA area on the i&e tour since GAers got into the arena well before RZers and took their well-deserved pick of spots. Some RZers would take the few remaining open rail spots near the b-stage in GA or spots along the video wall JT30 RZ was a bit different since it was a stadium setup and the stage itself jutted out to form a Joshua tree with the single RZ. There it wasn’t so great to be front rail for most of the show since you couldn’t see the center of the stage over the walkway.
  4. As far as I know, you can’t repost RZs thru TM. On my account page, that option is grayed out for my RZs. I’ve had other artists impose similar restrictions on TM prohibiting resale and, to the best of my recollection, JT30 RZ was the same way. The fine print on the RZ description also says as much.
  5. Ticketmaster posts the RZ1s (Adam) first, then goes to RZ2 (Edge). If you are feeling lucky and you want Edge’s side, you can pitch the RZ1s back until you are offered RZ2s. But now that we are deep into presales, it’s not clear there will be that many RZs left to allocate, and if the RZ1s you are offered happen to be “returns,” or the last ones available, there may not be RZs left at all when you get your next offer.
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