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U2.com Zootopia admins, what is the likelihood that U2 and/or Live Nation can track down scalped tickets and cancel them? And put them back into the hands of fans? It seems that despite all the hullaballoo to try to keep tickets out of scalper hands, the big thing that happened was fan frustration. It's disheartening to look on StubHub tonight for GA tickets (I'm feeling a bit desperate after six on-sale attempts in Vegas) and to see the following: "3,277 tickets left" for one of the Philly shows. Over 1,200 for a D.C. show. And the list goes on. That is A LOT of tickets in scalper hands. And that's just on StubHub. Sadly, it seems U2 prevented little during these ticket on-sales except aggravation to fans. I'm still a huge fan, and love the new album, and I suppose that's what makes this all the disappointing. Is anything being done on the U2 side?
Hi. My sisters and I are meeting in LA for the show in MAY 20. We were able to get 4 GA tickets, but need 1 more. I'm willing to buy it on STUBHUB, but am wondering about the whole ticketless entry thing. The tickets says a prepaid card will be mailed with directions. Anyone have experience with this? Just need 1 ticket and need to know the best way to get one. Any help or advice is appreciated!
I'm having quite an internal debate on when to purchase tickets for Chicago 2 and I'd love to hear other people's experiences with prices on StubHub as the show date gets closer. Is it worth buying section 300 seats (nosebleeds) for $100-ish now or will tickets in the 200 sections drop as the date gets closer? What it really comes down to is it better to have seats guaranteed two months out or should I cut it close in hopes of cheaper tickets? What have you done in the past? Thanks!