By The Cox Media Group National Content Desk
Are you one of the 50 million people who bought tickets via Ticketmaster.com from Oct. 21, 1999, to Feb. 27, 2013? If so, there should be some vouchers waiting for you when you log on.
The good news: According to AL.com, Ticketmaster has issued $2.25 discount codes and free vouchers – each for two tickets to a show – thanks to the Schlesinger v. Ticketmaster class-action settlement over the ticket seller’s “order processing” fees and shipping overcharges. Customers who paid for UPS shipping also get one $5 UPS discount code per purchase.
The bad news: Each voucher, which must be used by June 18, 2020, comes with the following disclaimer: “Note that these codes can be used only against eligible events, which are still being finalized. Please keep checking the dedicated website at: http://concerts.livenation.com/microsite/settlement.”
As of Sunday morning, no events were listed on the site.
How to find if you have freebies:
- Log in to com
- Select “My account.”
- From there, select “Active Vouchers.” If you have vouchers and discount codes, they will be listed there. On Monday, June 20, the voucher section of the site was experiencing technical difficulties. You may want to check back later this week.