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  1. 2 hours ago, TimFid said:

    Just got this email from PIA:

    "Thank you for purchasing tickets for U2 show at Saitama Super Arena.

    We would like to notify you that there is an error on Delivery method displayed on purchase confirmation e-mail.
    We are deeply sorry for any trouble caused by the error.

    <ERROR>
    *Delivery method
    pick up at Seven-Eleven stores in Japan
    You can pick up ticket(s) at Seven-Eleven stores after 24hours you bougnt.

    <CORRECTION>
    [RED ZONE]
    -Details of backstage lottery will be announced later date on below link
    https://www.u2japan2019.com/

    [STANDING FRONT/REAR, SS/S/A SEAT]
    Tickets must be picked up at a Seven-Eleven store in Japan prior to the show, and will not be issued at the venue.
    Tickets will be available for pick up from 20th November (Wed) from 10:00am.
    When picking up your ticket(s), you will be required to show your e-mail purchase confirmation to store staff. Please ensure you print this in advance or are able to access it on your mobile device.
    After the staff have confirmed the Ticket Number shown in your e-mail purchase, they will print your ticket(s).


    We apologize for the inconvenience and trouble caused by our mistake.
    We are looking forward to seeing you at the venue."

    I received the same. They should avoid the words <ERROR> or deeply sorry, in their communication emails, especially when you ordered tickets from overseas. It had the same effect on me than the 'bomb' word in a plane. Pretty scary !

     

  2. 7 minutes ago, Max Tsukino said:

    lol...

    Japanese 7/11 usually are very different than the US or any occidental 7/11 (it's even a different corporation)... they manage this kind of delivery... it's very normal.

    But please keep checking the site as well as your email for any possible update. There's no reason to be concerned but it's better to be informed...

    I was also quite surprised to have only this pick-up delivery option. Anyway, it's still safer than to be scared of a postal delivery loss :)

  3. 4 minutes ago, ingelke said:

    Can anybody answer this question. If 2 people in same Household both have a presale code. Can they then buy 4 tickets each or 4 in total as there is some mentioning of checking nr of tickets at same address/ Household. Would be 2 different creditcards. 

    Thanks!

    Edith 

    From what I know with the experience of past presales : 4 tickets each, so 8 tickets in total.  Nevermind the credit card number, you can use the same or different ones, as you want.

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  4. 13 hours ago, patcrazytonight said:

    You can find informations on the Livenation asia website

    https://www.livenation.asia/

    And the pages for the Tokyo shows are in Japanese or in Ehglish

    https://www.livenation.co.jp/show/1267613/u2-the-joshua-tree-tour-2019/saitama/2019-12-04/en

    https://www.u2japan2019.com/

    Good luck !

     

    Thanks Pat,

    I hope the presale link will send europeans fans to livenation or an english language website... and not to pia, as pia has no english version.

     

  5. 8 minutes ago, Max Tsukino said:

    Right now it's unknown if the presale site will be translated - some Japanese sites have a section in English, but it's not the norm. It would be expected to be translated (at least to english) but perhaps it's better to be prepared for if it is isn't...

    No other option but to wait until the presale is closer - in the meantime and as a precaution, consider a translation site tab opened (like google translate or similar) for if it's needed...

    Thanks Max. I'm crossing the fingers ! 

    Lost in translation :D

  6. Hello, 

    So excited to have a new tour coming !

    I visited pia website for Japan ticket, there seems to be no english version... And I don't speak japanese. So I'm a little bit concerned to not be able to order tickets, even with my RedHill presale code. Any suggestion to make booking tickets easy for European fans who will travel to Japan for the Tokyo concerts ?

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