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  • Tickets will be available for purchase through www. alltechfeigames.com/tickets, at www. ticketmaster.com, at any Ticketmaster outlet, and via the Ticketmaster hotline,

    Kentucky.com: Homepage

  • When the recent Bruce Springsteen ticket sales event blew up in Ticketmaster's stupid face, it brought down the wrath of New Jersey Attorney General Anne Milgram.

    Ticketmaster Agrees To Stop Linking To TicketsNow - The Consumerist

  • Ticketmaster is there to ensure that we have a good, fair sale of our tickets at their face value plus normal ticketing charges.

    Congressman Wants Ticketmaster Investigated For 'TicketsNow' Website - The Consumerist

  • She called Ticketmaster in hopes of exchanging her tickets, but was told her purchase was final, she says.

    The End of the Road?

  • To make a long story short, I called Ticketmaster and discovered that I had forgotten to update my street address in their system.

    Maid of awesome

  • I called Ticketmaster when I got home and they told me that I would have to go through Monster Park for a refund, but I explained that I bought the tickets through them, not Monster Park and they screwed up, not Monster Park.

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  • When I called Ticketmaster the woman on the phone explained that although the tickets just went on sale they were already sold out due to a presale.

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  • I called Ticketmaster to ask how this other outlet can buy blocks of tickets and resell them.

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  • I called Ticketmaster and first they told me that I could get a refund, but not the service charge, I refused.

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  • I call Ticketmaster to report the mistake, the first girl (Cigale) rudely tells me there arent any tickets left, sorry about your luck.

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