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I, too, have gotten tickets during general sales for the 360, Vertigo, Elevation tours. It was as stressful as this presale - slow Ticketmaster site, getting timed out when I almost had good seats, etc., but I eventually got them even if they weren't my first choice seats.  I have no tips other than keep trying!  I am going for more Boston shows on Monday (2nd night, and any they add in).  Good luck all!

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In my opinion through experience its just a case of perseverance and don't give up quickly because tickets go back into the system as people fail to complete their purchases or change their mind etc.

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In my opinion through experience its just a case of perseverance and don't give up quickly because tickets go back into the system as people fail to complete their purchases or change their mind etc.

Definitely perseverance, although I'd say be prepared for it not to pay off as well.

However, I did see instances of GA's showing back up hours after the initial public onsale back on the Vertigo tour.

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Problem with GA this time is the gap between that and seated is huge.

 

Decent seats are £200.00 here as opposed to £55.00 for GA. There are cheaper seats I know but they are quite high up or restricted. So for most people there is only one financially sensible move.

 

I'd say a lot will go for Red Zone too.

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Yeah, definitely a larger differential between the cost of GA and the best seats this time around. Vertigo was something like $40 GA and $160 or $180 for the best seats.

 

I could see that they may be holding back a bunch of shows to see how the public handles these much higher prices first.

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I still find it odd that two seated tickets (and not all of them are that great) are £200.00 each but then Red Zone is £220.00 which give you access to front stage standing and all the other little perks that come with it.

 

I mean its great in a way but doesn't make much sense to me.

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For lots of reasons (see my post in the RZ section), I think the RZ are NOT by the front stage--they're by the B-stage (with a catwalk connecting the two stages).

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For lots of reasons (see my post in the RZ section), I think the RZ are NOT by the front stage--they're by the B-stage (with a catwalk connecting the two stages).

 

Its the same problem with seats at the moment too....you don't know exactly what your view will be.

 

I just meant at this moment RZ offers better value than seating. Which surprised me I imagined RZ would be £350+

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