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Ticketmaster.com Faces Class-Action Lawsuit

June 12, 2014, 10:39 AM by Brandon Van Westen

Ticketmaster.com Faces Class-Action Lawsuit

Have you been to a concert or major sports event in the past 15 years? If you bought tickets online, you likely used Ticketmaster.com. After recent litigation, a class-action lawsuit could net you free tickets or discounts.

The lawsuit says the website's processing fees and delivery prices are excessive and deceptive. If the settlement is approved, Ticketmaster will have to issue $386,000,000 in discount codes. And anyone who bought tickets will automatically be included.

For more information, visit the lawsuit's website at Ticketfeelitigation.com

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