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iT'S OFFICIAL U2 + DOWN UNDER (UPDATED 8/30/2010 6 pm PST)

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well as an Horizon member, l find it unfair with only two groups...  l have been a paid member for years (since before their last tour).  
I just want to get tickets - if l dont.... hmmmmm..... mad.gif
Don;t get angry too soon, we haven;t had the full story as yet. Its possible that the pre-sale will be split into subscriber groups (I'm horizon as well, that's what I'm hoping). We can unleash the fury once we have confirmation of unfairness. wink.gif

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Have to agree, been a member since u2.com started and a Propoganda Member since 89, but get no priortiy against someone that signed up 2 weeks ago. Oh well, I'm sure I'll get something.

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Does anyone know the pricing levels. I've seen GA at $99, reserved seating from $99 and a max ticket price of $350, anyone got details of price breaks and what types of seats these relate too? Also anyone know how much red zone tickets are?

Probably much the same as Europe (speculation as stated by previous poster)

 

In Euro (sorry will have to convert yoursel)

 

30,00 seated

55,00 seated

55,00 GA

75,00 seated

90,00 seated

150,00 seated

250,00 RZ

 

Obviously, the higher the price in seats, the better placement they will have.

At current exchange rates (Euro to Aus$)

42.00 seated 

78.00 seated 

78.00 GA

106.00 seated

127.00 seated

213.00 seated

355.00 Red Zone

We'll see roll.gif

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well as an Horizon member, l find it unfair with only two groups...  l have been a paid member for years (since before their last tour).  
I just want to get tickets - if l dont.... hmmmmm..... mad.gif
Maybe they've looked at the stats of how many members of each group have already used their pre-sales codes for US and or Europe concerts and they don't think the demand justifies it ?

 

Or Ticketek and Ticketmaster have said bugger off we're not pandering to that sort staggered sales our systems don't cater for it, after all we are downunder and most people up north barely know where we are.

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this off the ticketek site

 

Ticket Prices:

Standing: $99.90

P1 Seating: $299.90

P2 Seating: $229.90

P3 Seating: $174.90

P4 Seating: $109.90

P5 Seating: $39.90

RED ZONE: $349.50

 

Transaction fees from $18 per transaction apply

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Gee, so perhaps I wasn't wrong about the fixed price redzones?

$299 is ridiculous. Stupid stupid stupid idea. 

And $18 per transaction is a fucking joke. 

$100 for GA... brilliant. Happy with that. But the rest, if correct, are shocking. 

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this off the ticketek site

 

Ticket Prices:

Standing: $99.90

P1 Seating: $299.90

P2 Seating: $229.90

P3 Seating: $174.90

P4 Seating: $109.90

P5 Seating: $39.90

RED ZONE: $349.50

 

Transaction fees from $18 per transaction apply

Is that NZ or AUS Ticketek and do you have a link? I've got some family that would like to see that info.

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Have to agree, been a member since u2.com started and a Propoganda Member since 89, but get no priortiy against someone that signed up 2 weeks ago. Oh well, I'm sure I'll get something.

Limited edition CDs and stuff from previous years that people joining recently can't get ?

 

Propoganda magazine for those years of membership.

 

I know where you're coming from but by the same token where do they draw the line ie once this tour ends do they then have another set of groups based on when the next tour starts and eventually end up with 10, 20, 30 groups ?

 

Most memberships normally have no benefits based on years until 10 years, others 25.

 

In fact maybe that's it, instead of groups people should have a number of years, like Amex, and then they just with the longest serving and then an hour later the next and so on and so on.

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$100 for GA... brilliant. Happy with that. But the rest, if correct, are shocking. 

Shocking, hmm I think it's fair enough but that's only my opinion. If you can't afford the expensive ones just go for the cheaper ones. I'm a GAman so not too concerned.

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You think $300 for a stadium reserved seat, a STADIUM reserved seat, is acceptable?

That's robbery. 

In other news, preliminary seating plan for Melbourne

Doesn't show the seat breakdown, but does show the orientation. 

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