Ticketmaster Class Action Settlement Results In Free Concert Ticket Vouchers
A recent class action settlement involving Ticketmaster has resulted in the company supplying many of its customers with codes for free concert tickets. Qualifying class members in the Schlesinger v. Ticketmaster Class Action Settlement have had their accounts awarded with vouchers that can be used to purchase tickets to future concert events.
According to the administrators of the Class Action Settlement:
Each Class Member who made a purchase transaction on www.ticketmaster.com between October 21, 1999 and February 27, 2013, should anticipate receiving, on or around June 18, 2016, at least one Ticket Code potentially redeemable for two tickets for concert events at Live Nation owned or operated venues, subject to availability and limitations.
At this time, the page purporting to list eligible events for redeeming the free ticket vouchers currently does not detail any participating concerts. Each eligible live concert event, which as noted above will be at Live Nation venues such as House Of Blues, will have a limited allotment of tickets that can be secured using the free ticket vouchers and will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.
In addition to free ticket vouchers, class members can expect to have received discount codes for the use of UPS to ship tickets during the relevant time period. Up to a max of 17 discount codes worth $5 toward a future UPS payment were given to qualifying ticket buyers. Discount codes were also issued, with a maximum of 17 per account, offering a $2.25 credit on future online ticket sales.
All of the discount codes and ticket vouchers must be used on or before June 18, 2020 at which point they will expire. Head here for more information and to sign up for updates regarding the settlement and participating events.