• Report: #898673

Complaint Review: Ticket TitansII

  • Submitted: Sun, June 17, 2012
  • Updated: Sun, June 17, 2012

  • Reported By: Harry — Havertown Pennsylvania United States of America
Ticket TitansII
412 N85th Street Omaha, Nebraska United States of America

Ticket TitansII Fraudulent tickets Omaha, Nebraska

*Consumer Comment: UUUUMMMM

*Consumer Comment: Ummm.

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I purchased tickets to Sugarland concert for June 15, 2012 at Revel Ovation Hall Atlantic City New Jersey.  The tickets were section GA, rowGA7, seats 47 and 48.  I paid $83 per ticket, more than general admission prices for that show because I needed to have a seat since I had bilateral knee replacements on 2/14/2012.  There was no section GA7 nor were there seats 47 and 48. I spoke with Frank Fitzgerald executive in charge of security at Revel on the night of the concert. He confirmed for me that there was no such section and no such seats.

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#1 Consumer Comment

UUUUMMMM

AUTHOR: The Outlaw Josey Wales - (United States of America)

 Seems like Bobby is running out of thing to say, maybe Team rebutt is getting tired?
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Ummm.

AUTHOR: Robert - (U.S.A.)

If they accepted the tickets and you got into the concert then the tickets were not fraudulent, there were just not what you thought.  GA means "General Admission" which generally means no assigned seat(if you have a seat at all).  Most of the time the seat number on a GA ticket means nothing. 

You paid more than the GA price because you bought your ticket from the "Secondary Market".  Whether you just assumed that you are getting a seat because you paid more, or they specifically said you had an actual seat is something between you and them.   If you have some proof that they specifically said you had a seat then go after them with a Small Claims case, but if you have no proof then you are basically out of luck.
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