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Red Zone has shown up as same price as GA in the past however the "donation" is what drives it up to $350+ on sale day.  I bought insurance for JT Red Zone tickets and at the end of the process it told me my insurance was good for the GA price and the rest was a "donation" and non-refundable.  Fortunately when U2/live Nation cancelled the show they refunded the entire amount.

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Of course.  I forgot to turn on the sarcasm font in my post.

Pro-tip: The sections marked 101 & 122 on this map are EXCELLENT value for money for seats. Especially if you can get the first couple of rows. You're closer to the B-stage than most of the crowd

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Pro-tip: The sections marked 101 & 122 on this map are EXCELLENT value for money for seats. Especially if you can get the first couple of rows. You're closer to the B-stage than most of the crowd (except GA obviously) and still have a great view of the screens. 

The $80 section in between is also great if you're going to multiple shows and can give up seeing the screen for a night. The trade-off is, again, close proximity to the B-stage, plus getting to see a bit "behind the scenes" inside the screen. Another downside is you will only see about 1/2 the main stage when the screen is lowered. 

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2 hours ago, stateless said:

Pro-tip: The sections marked 101 & 122 on this map are EXCELLENT value for money for seats. Especially if you can get the first couple of rows. You're closer to the B-stage than most of the crowd (except GA obviously) and still have a great view of the screens. 

The $80 section in between is also great if you're going to multiple shows and can give up seeing the screen for a night. The trade-off is, again, close proximity to the B-stage, plus getting to see a bit "behind the scenes" inside the screen. Another downside is you will only see about 1/2 the main stage when the screen is lowered. 

I’m not sure I agree with that.  $175 a pop and prob $200 each with fees.  Sure they will be on the B-stage but I’m sure it won’t be long and probably 3/4 of the show you won’t have a great view.

I think GA will be the way to go this show.

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13 hours ago, gcf1971 said:

I gotta say I'm pretty disappointed with the pricing.   Lower Level premium seats are $329???  That's previous Red Zone prices.

Upper Level with a good view of the stage is $175???

First time ever I'm contemplating passing on a tour if this is accurate.

 

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I was curious to see how this arena was going to be priced considering it’s capacity of 13,000 seats.

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14 hours ago, gcf1971 said:

I gotta say I'm pretty disappointed with the pricing.   Lower Level premium seats are $329???  That's previous Red Zone prices.

Upper Level with a good view of the stage is $175???

First time ever I'm contemplating passing on a tour if this is accurate.

 

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Why Duluth?  What happened to Phillips Arena in ATL?

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Agree on perhaps missing this tour because of these prices.  You would think a band worth baziilions of dollars would (better) control their ticket prices more (or over rule the TM/Live Nation God if that is where it's coming from).  Say you bought a $329 ticket....how much are the greedy handling (or other 'misc') charges on top of that????   Another $40 bucks?  Unreal.  

Seems only U2 .... can afford to see U2.      pfffft.

 

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The pricing is actually much worse than this chart suggests.

The chart makes it seem that the $329 tickets are limited to the lower level.  However, most of the upper level sections above the lower level $329 areas are also $329.  I've checked several venues and it generally appears that rows 1-10 or 1-15 of the upper level are also $329, and only behind those seats, at the highest levels of the upper deck, are the $175 tickets.

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31 minutes ago, Lisencr said:

Hi. Does anyone know how RZ1 and RZ2 work? Can you switch back and forth between the two Red Zones? And, can Red Zone also go into GA? Thanks!!!

RedZones RZ1 &RZ2 are part of GA.  Just more expensive.  They are segregated from normal GA.

besides proximity to the main stage, some perks and conveniences might also be included.

During i +e tour, upon entering the arena, GA tickets holders - and I assume RedZone GA tickets holders - had to make a choice between North Side & South Side of stage - i.e. Edge’s side or Adams side.  If in place for this tour, it may prevent any movement between zones, but I’m not sure.

the stage will divide the arena floor including the Redzones.  Trying to move between would be a pain in the ass.

However, i don’t think there’s anything preventing RedZone ticket holders from moving between RedZone and GA.

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5 hours ago, Lisencr said:

Hi. Does anyone know how RZ1 and RZ2 work? Can you switch back and forth between the two Red Zones? And, can Red Zone also go into GA? Thanks!!!

When you purchase your Red Zone ticket, you'll be assigned either "Red Zone 1" or "Red Zone 2".  Your ticket is only good for that specific Red Zone section.  In other words, if you have a ticket for Red Zone 1, you may not enter Red Zone 2.  Since all Red Zone tickets are on the GA floor, you also have the option of entering the main GA area if you prefer.  In the past, some fans have purchased a Red Zone ticket with no intention of actually entering the Red Zone area.  Typically, Red Zone ticket holders are allowed to enter the GA floor either right before the regular GA ticket holders or at the same time, so Red Zone ticket holders have essentially been able to "cut the line" for regular GA and wind up front row of the main stage if they prefer.  (I don't think this is fair to people who have waited in a regular GA line all day, and apparently for the JT tour, they had been letting in Red Zone a few minutes after regular GA to prevent this.)  But you can definitely go in and out of the Red Zone if you want, though I suppose the question is, why spend $400 for a special ticket only to spend your night in the $80 section?

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