By now, you may have heard that Ticketmaster is offering free and discounted tickets to some of its customers. This is due to a $400 million class action lawsuit that claimed that the site, which sells tickets to many types of concerts and shows, had "deceptive and misleading" descriptions of service fees.
The result is that if you bought tickets through the site in the last ten years or so -- from 1999 to 2013 -- you may have free or discounted tickets waiting for you. To see if you're one of the 50 million lucky customers, you can go to this page to log on and check.
Now, Ticketmaster has released a list of concerts that are eligible for free tickets. There are over 450 shows where these free vouchers can be used. Popular artists include Mumford and Sons, Bob Dylan, Flight of the Conchords, Prophets of Rage, The Cure, Black Sabbath, "Weird Al" Yankovich, Brand New with Modest Mouse, Blink-182, Weezer, Duran Duran, Hall and Oates and Gary Clark Jr. -- and that's just some of them.
Festivals may be included as well, such as the XPoNential Festival in Philadelphia -- and that lineup includes Ryan Adams and the Alabama Shakes.
The full list can be found here.
You may have to wait a bit before you get to exchange your vouchers, however. Some Ticketmaster users have reported technical issues, such as the vouchers not being accepted at checkout.
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