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I could not justify over $700 for section 115 row Q!?!?!?!

So I snagged some "limited view" seats.  Section 100 row C.  From the map, these look like great seats.  I wonder what they are considering limited view?  Perhaps sound guys?  Maybe they are considering the GA audience?  I dunno.

Anyone have insight?

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Need help from a moderator. Spoke with AXS for Atlanta tix and they say GA tix not available for today’s presale. On the line with Ticketmaster. They say Ticketmaster has not listed GA for this show.  

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I was able to get GA tickets through AXS... I think. I was able to choose GA from two dropdowns on the AXS site and then proceed from there. I honestly don't know what Ticketmaster has to do with any of it, though, since I had to create a new account for AXS from scratch DURING the ticket process while the clock was counting down!  Anyway, hopefully I got GA tickets, they emailed me a PDF.

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Scored a ticket to the show. It'll be the 1st time since ZOOTV I'll actually have a seat. Sad no GA options but I'm in the building so let's do this thing!

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robfern maybe the limited view is just that from that section you won't really be able to see the screen? It looks like it will run lengthwise through the crowd, and that section will kind of be looking at the end of it, if that makes sense. Looks like you'll have a great view of the B stage, though.

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Ahhh yes, this makes sense.  I didn't realize they were going back to the ramp long screens again.  Oh Well....those were $80 seats for 3rd row, instead of $325 for lower level, which is a major rip-off.  $953 for two seats in 3rd row section 105, for example.  Bono needs to launch a political campaign against his own concert prices. 

I listen to U2 at least 4 times a week and have for as long as I can remember.  I'm a big fan.  I don't understand why we are all OK with spending $300-$500 per ticket.

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Yeah, I try to always go for GA to get the cheapest tickets, but I'm getting older, ha. I had seats for the Joshua Tree earlier this year, but I convinced the wife to go for GA on the floor this time. 

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Yep, GA is the way to go for cost, but yes....my old body doesn't want to fight for space in GA, and although I will stand most of the concert, it's best for my wife and I to have seats available for pre-show, etc.  For me GA is hit or miss on the people you run into and whether or not they ruin your night.

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Ha! That's hilarious. I've had good luck with the people, but I see what you mean. I had GA for iNNOCENCE and it was fine. There was even a little room to move around, if you didn't need to be pressed up against the stage. Hoping this is the same.

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