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  1. Just to let you know, in case anyone else has the same worry for future shows, we all got in fine! Got asked ID, and my card I purchased the tickets on which the lady swiped with her PDQ followed by a success-noting green tick and out pop 2 ticket/receipts... she then swiped my card again followed by another green tick on her PDQ and 2 more tickets to be exchanged for the all important wristbands! Oh, and the show was amazing too!
  2. Umm, not emailed any mods yet... hopefully one may see the thread and be able to help, if not be do just that later on. Thanks again
  3. No, sorry... I originally posted here in the sub-forum but it hadn't had any views (never mind replies) and we're all travelling to the concert tomorrow so when I noticed that other thread in the main live forum was getting more attention I also posted my query there. My bad. Still wish someone in the know could get a definitive answer mind
  4. As I understand it, the presage and general sale are completely different - so long as you complied with presage rule you are fine to go on and buy in general sale too Ahh cool! Well I followed the pre-sale rules (ie; max 2 tickets, including me the cardholder with ID etc) so hopefully you're right! Thanks
  5. Hi, Slight variant on the topic here but I'd appreciate any help/opinion! I ordered 2 standing tickets for Glasgow in the pre-sale, then 4 days later was able to get 2 more standing tickets on general sale. I purchased all 4 tickets on the same debit card and we will all be attending together. I'm just getting last minute nerves/paranoia that about the ticket restrictions - the Ticketmaster email relating to the pre-sale purchase says: "There is a strict limit of 2 tickets per person, per credit card and per billing address. There will be no exceptions made to this rule." and then the Ticketmaster email relating to the general sale tickets says: "There is a strict limit of 4 tickets per person, per credit card and per billing address. There will be no exceptions made to this rule." So, in other words if I'd managed to get them all on general sale I wouldn't have to worry at all! Anybody know if I'm ok having 2 pre-sale tix + 2 GA tix purchased on the same card? Have people done the same thing and got in ok? I really don't think I'm doing anything wrong but I guess it's how you interpret the T&C in terms of not being able to buy them as a gift etc etc...
  6. Hi, I ordered 2 standing tickets for Glasgow in the pre-sale, then 4 days later was able to get 2 more standing tickets on general sale. I purchased all 4 tickets on the same debit card and we will all be attending together. I'm just getting last minute nerves/paranoia that about the ticket restrictions - the Ticketmaster email relating to the pre-sale purchase says: "There is a strict limit of 2 tickets per person, per credit card and per billing address. There will be no exceptions made to this rule." and then the Ticketmaster email relating to the general sale tickets says: "There is a strict limit of 4 tickets per person, per credit card and per billing address. There will be no exceptions made to this rule." So, in other words if I'd managed to get them all on general sale I wouldn't have to worry at all! Anybody know if I'm ok? Have people done the same thing and got in ok? I really don't think I'm doing anything wrong but I guess it's how you interpret the T&C... Thanks, Rich
  7. Does that include paperless GA tickets, or is there a strict 2 per card limit on those?
  8. I got 2 GA paperless tickets in the pre-sale and was going to try and get 2 more today GA (paperless?) tickets today for family members, with my same credit card - should that be ok? Would it be safer to get him seated tickets that I gather aren't paperless? Rather confused here, and certainly don't want my existing order cancelled! Any link to where it says about the limits? Thanks
  9. Not too bad but I'd advise not to mess about, and to move from page to next page asap because I made the error of loading up another tab to see what other seats I could get offered, and even though I was still safely within the countdown timer on the ticketmaster page somehow the tickets disappeared and I had to start from the beginning again! In other words just because a page on Ticketmaster gives you say 5 minutes to complete that section, it does NOT mean you are guaranteed those tickets until that time runs out, so be as quick as possible! Good luck
  10. Yes, after grabbing my code from my profile page I went to the tour page on U2.com and clicked the link through to Ticketmaster, and again to my chosen date etc. I got 2 GA tickets for Glasgow after initially looking at seated tickets, but the options for that price category (£62) was on the 2nd (or is that 3rd) tier so decided on standing for the same price would be the better option for me. V happy.... just the near year long wait now
  11. I know what you mean, but judging by that I think it's fairly safe to say that they will be playing a few stripped back numbers at the end of the catwalk where you will be very close to the band!
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