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  1. As far as I can tell, they did not release a single extra ticket for the 2nd presale group. I've been a fan club member for years, and only ended up in the Innocence group because I forgot to renew in time. I was lucky enough to get "verified" - though who cares when there is not a single GA or Red Zone ticket available for our presale group. So absurd. Seriously - did anyone in the Innocence group get GA or Red Zone? Such a farce! After demanding an extra $40 for a membership that is still active just to have the chance to participate in this presale. The whole way they're doing the sales thi
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  2. From the album: Tactical Blunders

    U2's music soothes the savage bronze beast.

    © Europa Thomas/Penelope Laird

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  3. 41 548 - All the best to you, padawanbeck84, as you turn it in!! Please do keep us updated!
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  4. Tears are good...part of living, grieving, being whole and complete. If we didn't have tears how could we know defiant joy?
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  5. Yes it sound Pollyanna, but hey...there are good things that showed up from this presale/sale situation. This negativity, however deserved, is getting me down! In light of Thanksgiving week I will start by listing a few good things: It shows how much we love our band. How much faith we have in them (and I still have faith they will try to make it right—but It’s impossible to please everyone—back In Propaganda days we just didn’t have a place to complain together ?). How passionate we all are about U2. They are touring and making new music. The guys will be on SNL 12/2 and having th
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  6. Thanks for the feedback. I now have a FlashSeat account they created for me and have the tix on my mobile in their app. Flying in from Denmark for the Vegas and LA shows ?
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  7. In 2015, I went to Montreal and Boston shows both in GA. For Montreal, I was in line at 4 pm. They opened the door at 6 pm. I was close to the main stage and almost on the rail. When U2 played the B-stage (about 5-6 songs), I had almost no view of the band. I did not want to loose my spot and did not move to the B-stage. When the band members were on the cat walk, they were so close (see picture). In Boston, I used a different strategy. I entered the place at 7:15 pm. Just before the show started, I was next to the entrance were Bono entered the arena near Stage B. He walked just in front of
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  8. thanks for the reply. that sounds a bit pathetic, takes them a whole year to send out a vinyl, and I bet 90% of the subscribers don't even have a vinyl player. U2.com tried to claim vinyl is making a come-back, I'm not fooled by that. Going straight on to eBay when I receive it. Let's hope 2018 brings something a bit more relevant.
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  9. One of the most galling parts about this is how much the tickets have gone up relative to the 2015 I&E tour. It's the same stage, it hasn't been that much time, and certainly there's been no major change in the economy. So it's hard, for me at least, to justify that the $270 tickets from 2015 are now $330. I'm not sure a $50 increase is justified after such a short passage of time. Even worse, perhaps, is how many lower priced tickets from 2015 have been reclassified as higher priced tickets for 2018. The $80 behind the stage/side stage seat that I had at Madison Square Garden in 2015
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  10. I sign up for U2.com membership before every tour. I only do it for the tickets. Never again.
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