Ticketmaster charges 25 per cent to the cost of each ticket to cover its own ‘administration’ costs.
Ticket scalping is not new, and for the last couple of decades or so; private citizens, online ticket sellers, andsometimes even the event venue or organization, sell tickets at a much higher price than their face value. We all hate exorbitant ticket prices and ticket scalpers but still they are active and brilliantly make holes in our pockets. If we want to drag ticket scalpers down and stop them, first we need to understand the factors that make them so successful.
Ticketmaster is the greediest company around. If they really wanted to make their huge profit without pissing people off, they wouldn’t charge us this $4.75 convenience fee and $3.50 service fee and $2.50 processing fee and who knows what else.
Stubhub not only charges ticket buyers extra but also takes a huge amount of fees from ticket re-seller.
You shouldn’t be able to get a refund from Ticketmaster because Ticketmaster have some great excuses that force you to accept that they aren’t refundable charges!
Ticketmaster redirect their customers who are looking for seats at sold-out events to the company’s ticket resale website TicketsNow.
Ticketmaster charges us for using our own ink and own paper to print tickets, they called it “CONVENIENCE CHARGE”
Fanarchist would like to thank everyone for their support towards our movement and motivates us to come up with our next video.
Ticketmaster charges you to use your own ink and paper to print tickets and they called it “Convenience Fees”. Ticketmaster do not have any regrets and any humiliation with that ridiculous “ticketing fee” that they charge the hard-working fans. The sad part with Ticketmaster is that, they force the fans to suffer for their own profit and for greed of dollars.
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The video is dedicated to all those fans who have experienced a terrible time ordering tickets online for the Bruce Springsteen concert scheduled for April 1, 2012. The tickets went on-sale at 10:00 am and within 5 minutes 90% seats were full and only left with some obstructed seats, all thanks to Ticketmaster and Ticketsnow.com.
By publishing this video, Fanarchist believe that, all who have booked tickets from Ticketmaster and Ticketsnow will get a chance to express their rage through comments and likes.
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