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Ticketmaster offers millions of free ticket vouchers in lawsuit settlement

If you bought tickets from Ticketmaster between Oct. 1, 1999, and Feb. 27, 2013, you may be entitled to benefits from a class action settlement. Consumers who paid an “order processing fee” that was never refunded are eligible.

Ticketmaster is sending out vouchers, which are good for four years, by email to about 50 million people. It decides which concerts are eligible for the free ticket vouchers.

Although the company admitted no wrong doing, the lawsuit called Ticketmaster’s order processing fees and UPS expedited delivery prices of tickets “excessive and deceptive.”

If you think you should have received a notice, but didn’t get one by June 18, you can contact the claims administrator for the lawsuit at ticketfeelitigation@gcginc.com.

Copyright 2016, Rita R. Robison, Consumer Specialist

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