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  1. PARIS 1 Selling: 2 x CAT 2 tickets for Paris 1 - 10th Nov - for sale, EU113.50ea (EU106 + EU7.50 Fees), so a total of EU227 Porte M Rang 04 (tickets are together) Tickets are hard copy tickets and you would collect from me in person on the day in Paris at the venue after 5:30pm. I'm staying close by so it should be convenient. PM please!
  2. I have a GA for Paris 1, but I will only swap for a GA for night 2 - if you happen to find extras, I'd be willing to swap!
  3. I have 1 Fosse for Paris 1 (10th Nov) but will only swap for a Paris 2 Fosse ticket
  4. Travelling over from Australia, so would like to swap ticket in person. I have a hard copy GA ticket for the 10th Nov, would like to swap for a GA ticket for Paris 2, 11th Nov. PM! Cheers
  5. Not necessarily, they might actually be right in the middle of the bay and be best accessed from one aisle on one side and another aisle on the other. if booking 4 seats together they shouldn't span sections... But hey, stranger things have happened
  6. Yeah got absolutely fried at Brisbane in 06, until some nice people next to me took pity on my lobster skin and gave me their hat. "you need it more than we do". I still have it.
  7. Yeah mate, got them all. Only mentioned the Melbourne one as it was the only city where the 3rd show was booked just in case. Off to all the aussie shows. No NZ for me this time around :-( Was fun in 2006 though.
  8. [quote name='Reid NZ wrote: bluehammer']Proof that tickets are too expensive outside the GAs and $40 seats (which are both brilliantly priced). $300 for a stadium seat is too much. Far too much, particularly in Melbourne and Perth when the playing surface size dictates the seats are further from the action than from the northern states. In Melbourne/Sydney/Brisbane all 2nd shows have plenty of top 3 category seats available still. Sadly Melbourne can kiss that 3rd show goodbye, and I wouldn't be surprised if there is a 'recategorisation' of tickets in the weeks leading up to the concert, ie $299 seats suddenly become $229... and so on... Especially when you take away some of your higherpriced customers with the idea of $349 for front row GA type experience, I'm sure some of these people would have just for GAs normally but they had the money to spend on Redzone... The inclusion of the back part of the stadium also means that there are far more seats available at big venues, therefore less demand for second show. Not sure what will happen about the OZ shows, still plenty of time to go really. There's time, sure, but I doubt many people go and spend $600 on a couple of tickets just on a whim... The Oz shows will sell well, but would say there is zero chance of that 3rd Melbourne show they scheduled. They should go and do a show in Christchurch instead
  9. Proof that tickets are too expensive outside the GAs and $40 seats (which are both brilliantly priced). $300 for a stadium seat is too much. Far too much, particularly in Melbourne and Perth when the playing surface size dictates the seats are further from the action than from the northern states. In Melbourne/Sydney/Brisbane all 2nd shows have plenty of top 3 category seats available still. Sadly Melbourne can kiss that 3rd show goodbye, and I wouldn't be surprised if there is a 'recategorisation' of tickets in the weeks leading up to the concert, ie $299 seats suddenly become $229... and so on...
  10. I think the fact that a lot of the shows are midweek is contributing. But personally $350 is ridiculous to pay when if you get to the lineup at 6pm you'll prob get as good a spot or better outside the circle, in front. But I presume most will just be buying them as 'they're the most expensive so they must be the best'...
  11. No one is exempt. U2.com/livenation have to wear the bulk of the flak here for the convoluted approach to pre-sales, and not being able to correctly articulate the conditions of the presale to the vendors, and follow up that the conditions are being followed. Ticketek and ticketmaster are always shit. that wasn't a surprise. But LiveNation/U2.com have added to this spectacular ballsup by their shoddy communication, complex system that DOES NOT WORK when you have multiple ticket vendors (how can ticketek invalidate a code just used on ticketmaster without third party involvement? Hmmm?) and arrogance when it came time to actually offer some customer service outside of one brilliant moderator on here who busts a gut for anyone. She too has to sleep, and doing this alone must be a friggin nightmare. Only one has come out of this smelling like roses. Not U2.com, not live nation, not ticketek, not tickmaster, not even the band and their management who are responsible for this awful mess of a site. Only Baja can hold her head high.
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