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I got through in the Red Hill Presale and bought three tickets, credit card went through and I have my confirmation number, no problem.  One thing I cannot find is the location of my seats.  Any clues as to how to determine where the hell I am?

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Andy

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Do you know which section you chose from? I'm not seeing actual seat numbers, but here is a map that u2Songs.com had.

Hey gang....Yeah it's weird, but that's Japan. I hope it all works out well for us all and 'good seats' were allocated. I think the idea is you're just lucky to be in the room. What those who wer

Back in the old days (ZooTV) I remember we had no chance to select seats in the mad rush of ticket sales. The first people got seats closer to the stage, those later, further away. My guess would

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Do you know which section you chose from? I'm not seeing actual seat numbers, but here is a map that u2Songs.com had.

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From what I can tell, there is no way of knowing, other than the section. Perhaps you will get an email with more details a bit later.

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1 hour ago, Andyfff said:

I’m really feeling frustrated. Bought 3 “SS” tickets, spent about a thousand dollars, and I have no idea where my seats are. 😡

have asked for some clarity on that, stay tuned...

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Thanks.  Yeah it seems really odd that I have no idea where the three seats are.  Are they even together?  It would be ironic if me and my two friends were sitting nowhere near each other...

Keep me posted,

 

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26 minutes ago, Andyfff said:

Thanks.  Yeah it seems really odd that I have no idea where the three seats are.  Are they even together?  It would be ironic if me and my two friends were sitting nowhere near each other...

Keep me posted,

 

Andy

As soon as we hear something, we will let you know. This does appear to be pretty common though. Was doing some reading on Tokyo and Seoul today and saw many people mention in comments on articles I was reading that they only knew section numbers, not seat numbers until they went to pick up their tickets. 

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34 minutes ago, Andyfff said:

Thanks.  Yeah it seems really odd that I have no idea where the three seats are.  Are they even together?  It would be ironic if me and my two friends were sitting nowhere near each other...

Keep me posted,

 

Andy

Yeah, I think it's common in Japan. Be thankful that you're not in the general sale, where it is a lottery. You don't even find out if you've been successful in purchasing tickets for days, let alone know where you'll be sitting. Like you, you choose your price category, then wait with your fingers crossed until you're notified of the lottery's results.

I'm sure you'll be seated with your friends though, as long as all your seats were purchased in one transaction.

General Admission Standing (GA) is interesting in Japan. Usually there's not a line for hours (or days), first come - first served. Instead Japanese GA's normally enter the arena in the order that tickets were purchased (ticket number). How this will work, when the Japanese & foreigners were using two different sites during the presale, I have no idea!

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I lived in Osaka for four years, and saw many concerts in Japan (including ZOOTV at the Tokyo Dome) and never have I heard of this method of not telling you what section or seat you are in until the last moment.  SS covers such a large area, we could be up close or we could be way back.  Nothing to do but wait, but yes if you hear something please let us all know.  Thanks!

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