Ticketmaster

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Ticketmaster
TicketMaster wordmark.svg
Ticketmaster's logo
Type Subsidiary of Live Nation Entertainment
Industry Ticketing
Country United States
Multinational Yes
Official website
Twitter (@Ticketmaster)
English Wikipedia article

Ticketmaster is an international ticketing vendor, based in the United States.

COVID-19 response

Consumers

  • Disappointing 08 April 2020 (WHO.svg+28 dayssrc): Ticketmaster changed a statement on their website regarding refunds. While it formerly allowed that "refunds are available if your event is postponed, rescheduled, or canceled", it was changed to exclude rescheduled or postponed events from that policy.[1] Though Ticketmaster claims that their legal ticket contract always stated that only canceled events were eligible for refunds, this change in their operational policy negatively affected untold numbers of consumers. Many concerts and other performances scheduled for the pandemic were indefinitely postponed, and thus are no longer eligible for a refund.

News articles

References

  1. Sisario, Ben; Bowley, Graham (2020-04-08). "Angry Fans Say First the Concerts Were Canceled, Then the Refunds". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved 2020-04-16.