Anyone who bought tickets through Ticketmaster between Oct. 21, 1999 and Feb. 27, 2013 could be going to their next concert for free.
Ticketmaster has issued Ticket Vouchers that can be used to buy tickets for select Ticketmaster shows. It is the result of the Schlesinger v. Ticketmaster Class Action Settlement. It is not the same lawsuit as the one that Ticketmaster settled with free tickets in 2016.
Tickets are available on a first come first serve basis and there are select shows.
— TM Fan Support (@TMfanSupport) July 18, 2017
As part of the Schlesinger v. Ticketmaster settlement, Ticketmaster agreed to provide:
- To each class member, one discount code (worth $2.25 off a future purchase of primary tickets) for every purchase made on Ticketmaster.com during the class period, up to 17 discount codes per person.
- To class members who used UPS delivery during the class period, one $5 UPS discount code for every purchase made on Ticketmaster.com that included UPS delivery, again up to 17 UPS discount codes per person.
- To each class member, one ticket voucher (potentially redeemable for two eligible general admission tickets for select events at Live Nation owned or operated venues, subject to availability and limitations) for every purchase on Ticketmaster.com during the class period, up to 17 vouchers per person. The Settlement Agreement limits the value of vouchers that are to be redeemed in a given year. Please be aware that due to high demand and limited availability, we expect these tickets to be redeemed quickly.
There are nearly 200 eligible events in selected cities on the website, including Tampa, Florida, West Palm Beach, Florida, Miami, Florida and several other cities across the United States.
To find your discount codes and vouchers, click here.
To check out Ticketmaster's list of frequently asked questions, click here.