One of my concert-going friends emailed today and said “Check your Ticketmaster account — you may have free concert tickets!”
Ticketmaster recently settled a class-action lawsuit over “deceptive and excessive” ticketing fees charged between 1999 and 2013. If you bought concert tickets during this timespan, Ticketmaster is responding by offering free concert tickets and ticket discounts to you. You’ll find them when you log into your Ticketmaster account and select “Active Vouchers.”
I’m not 100% sure how your reward of free tickets is determined, but I have eleven free pairs of tickets to shows of my choice through 6/18/20:
I also have eleven $2.25 discounts toward future ticket purchases. The free pairs of tickets are only good on “eligible events,” which means LiveNation-owned venues that presumably haven’t sold out of seats yet. (Ticketmaster will release an eligible list of shows at this link soon.)
At any rate, if you’ve used Ticketmaster at some point over the past fourteen years, log into Ticketmaster.com and see what you’ve got!
UPDATE: Ticketmaster has apparently pulled the discounts & vouchers from everyone’s accounts and will return them once the list of eligible shows is posted online.