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Red Rocks Tickets on sale at TB early (update: TicketMaster gives out $50)


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These are on sale now somehow.

I just got mine. Who knows if TicketMaster will cancel them.

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Qty Event/Item Venue: Delivery

2 Phish - 4 Day Pass

Thu, Jul 30, 2009 - Sun, Aug 2, 2009

Red Rocks Amphitheatre

Morrison, CO Canadian Standard Mail *

Order for: Brian Sherman

Total Charge: US $410.65 View and print full order details

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They have a line in the legal mumbo jumbo about being able to cancel tickets for a number of reasons - including if they are on sale before specified on sale date and time.

Regardless, TM is in for a clusterfuck on this one.

Basically anyone that was on PT for a span of 30 minutes got tickets. Same with a few other boards.

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Hidden Track - Briefly: Phish Red Rocks Tickets Onsale

Written by Scott Bernstein on 03.18.2009 | Phish

Sometime near 8PM, Ticketmaster put their allotment of four day passes to Phish’s just announced Red Rocks concerts up for sale nearly a week before the announced onsale date of March 26. Either Phish just came up with an incredibly inventive way to beat the scalpers - the sneak attack, or Ticketmaster screwed up. It remains to be seen whether Ticketmaster will honor the orders placed today. Let us know if you scored tickets.

UPDATE: Commenter Noah looked up the Ticketmaster Contract of Service and found this language…

If the amount you pay for a ticket is incorrect regardless of whether because of an error in a price posted on this web site or otherwise communicated to you, or you are able to order a ticket before its scheduled on-sale or presale date or you are able to order a ticket that was not supposed to have been released for sale, then: Ticketmaster will have the right to cancel that ticket (or the order for that ticket) and refund to you the amount that you paid. This will apply regardless of whether because of human error or a transactional malfunction of this web site or other Ticketmaster operated system.

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Wow, that's wild. It will be really interesting to see how this plays out. Obviously TM has their legal asses covered if they want to revoke the tickets, but at the same time, what harm has been done here? None, as far as I'm concerned. It's not like Ticket Master has any credibility to lose with the average ticket buyer.

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