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  1. I understand it wasn't really a lottery, but some folks were told it was by either U2.com or Ticketmaster.
  2. I think credit card entry was more effective than "Verified Fan" at slowing down scalping. Although I know prepaid credit cards worked were used to get around that..
  3. Calling fellow fans sad and that they think they are special is wrong. I'm done discussing though; enjoy the rest of your day.
  4. I'll leave it as disagreeing to disagree. Based on the reactions here and on Twitter, it should be obvious to the U2 organization that they alienating their fans. A petition from atU2 or other fansite will (in my opinion) not add anything to that conversation. Constructive and diplomatic feedback through atU2's contact may, and Sherry has indeed indicated they are doing that.
  5. Holding back GA = people forced to buy more expensive seats if they want to see the show. The GA's are reasonably priced and will sell regardless. The same is not necessarily true for a $390 ticket. I would like to believe that's not the intent of U2, but I would think Ticketmaster and LiveNation has this down to a science.
  6. That is very unfair to atU2.. They are fans themselves, and are equally frustrated. Sherry has posted here, and been vocal on the Twitter feed. What would a ranting article possibly accomplish?
  7. I sent a note to U2.com expressing disappointment, and requesting the early renewal of my membership be cancelled. I told them I have stuck with my membership through non-touring years solely to get best possible access to GA tickets, and that I won't be renewing unless I visible changes are made for future pre-sales. Under current management, losing fanclub revenue is the only thing I can think of that could change minds.
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