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  1. Thanks for giving us a great life, ehmmm...night! 👍👍👍👍 You guys rock.
  2. I had some lovely queueing experiences in Amsterdam too, but I'm glad I choose RZ for Singapore. This kind of climate is new to me, plus jetlag...😁 One thing that I sincerely hope though, is that the die hard, multiple-check-in GA queuers will take the local fans into consideration. For many local long time fans, this will be the first ever U2 concert in their life. They don't know about our quirky self-invented queueing regime. It would break my heart to have them think they're at the front to finally see their favorite band, only to discover that there's a bunch of (probably rather tall) regulars with numbers on their hands who claim they are first in line because they checked in twice a day for the last week. Don't get me wrong, I have queued myself, and when you know the rules, it will get you a great experience. But how graceful it would be if for once, we just forget about queueing and check-in and numbering, and let local fans have the railing spots. Assuming they want them, that is; friends in Singapore tell me they rather sit and enjoy the show 😊
  3. You're seriously considering queueing in Singapore? Apart from the question whether they let you (you get fined for forgetting to flush after a number 2, and they check), it's 34 degrees and 90% humidity...
  4. Where does it appear on your confirmation? It doesn't in mine.
  5. I left it...after all, it's the address where I'll stay during my stay in Singapore, so I'm not lying, right? I don't think you need to worry too much...it's just a mailing address, and RZ doesn't mail anything. One thing I would like to ask the mods (but they're already working on that), is to clarify what the actual cause is. Sportshub's website is antique, so I assume it's a technical weirdness or a bad user interface designer. But I'm 100% happy when I know that there's no other reason, like RZ being a charity and visitors having to be locally registered. (This is just a weird hypothetical example that I made up!)
  6. As long as it's not U2 deciding they don't want the same faces at the railing yet again, I'm happy :-)
  7. @Max Tsukino did you get any feedback on why RZ can only be purchased on a Singapore address? Is it a glitch with sportshub, or are there other reasons?
  8. No, you can leave your country and nationality as is. Just enter a different address:
  9. The only solution is to provide a Singapore address I'm afraid....you could try calling them and ask for advice.
  10. The address for sportshub registration is just a contact address. It's not needed for validation purpose (otherwise they would have asked for GA as well, right?)
  11. This lets you finish the order. I guess you can always change back the address to your proper address after booking, since there's no need IMHO for the organisation to have this information for a collect-at-venue delivery method. @Max Tsukino is this assumption correct?
  12. I went to Booking.com, booked a hotel with free cancellation policy and used that address as my 'Singapore' address. Previous RZ experiences only asked for name, ID and credit card number on which order was booked, so I assume this is OK. I don't know why they need a Singapore address.
  13. Email from Sportshub: As per the below e-mail, all tickets have been refunded from our end today. It might take one to two working weeks for the bank to clear and process the amount back into your account. In the meantime, you may attempt to purchase tickets tomorrow, 17 June 2019 from 10 am onwards. Additionally, please rest assured that the promotion code that you received to purchase tickets for the Singapore show will be still be valid for one-time usage.
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