Brit rockers The 1975 are hitting the road.
Ticket demand will be exceptionally high, so the band have teamed up with Ticketmaster to provide their fans a fair and easy way to request Presale tickets in just three simple steps.
Below are helpful details to help you learn more about how it works.
A ticket request is the easiest and safest way to shop for high-demand tickets to your favorite events.
Click here and complete your request in three easy steps. First, tell us what show you’re interested in seeing and where you want to sit. Then, provide a credit card to complete your ticket request. If your request is confirmed, your tickets will be charged to the card provided and placed directly into your Ticketmaster account.
Submitting a request doesn’t guarantee that everyone will get a ticket, but it does ensure that more tickets go to more fans who want to attend the event.
How do I request tickets?
Request Tickets in Three Easy Steps
- Sign in with your Ticketmaster account. Next, pick the shows you’re available to attend, and tell us where you want to sit.
- Enter your payment information to complete your ticket request. You won’t be charged unless your request is confirmed.
- If your request is confirmed, your tickets will be charged to your card and placed directly into your Ticketmaster account.
How do I change my request?
You have until Saturday, July 13 at 10pm ET to submit a new request or cancel your existing request. To submit a new request, return to the site and sign in and follow the steps above. When you submit a new request it will cancel any prior requests for that date and we will only keep the last request submitted.
Can I cancel my ticket request?
You must cancel your request by Saturday, July 13 at 10pm ET. To cancel your request email firstname.lastname@example.org or call our team at 800-594-TIXX (8499). Make sure to have your receipt number, email and the last four numbers of the credit card used to submit your request. No cancelations will be accepted past this date and time.
I submitted duplicate requests by accident. What do I do?
We will only keep your most recent request. If you’re unsure tap here to go back to the site, sign in, and submit a new request. Submitting a new request will cancel any prior requests for that date.
I’m having issues validating my phone number. What do I do?
We recommend using your mobile phone for the fastest way to validate your phone number. Please also note, international phone numbers may only be validated using a mobile phone number, landlines will not be accepted.
What is the ticket limit?
To allow as many fans as possible to see The 1975 on tour, you may request up to four (4) tickets per date for this tour.
What happens after I submit a request?
Ticketmaster will send you an email with details of your request summary. Your card will not be charged at this time.
By Tuesday, July 16 at 10pm ET, we’ll let you know by text and email if your ticket request was confirmed or not. If not, no charges will apply.
If your request is confirmed, your card will be charged and your tickets will be placed directly into your Ticketmaster account. Please note that this will appear as a charge from Ticketstoday and not Ticketmaster. We encourage fans to notify their credit card company of the potential for a Ticketstoday purchase, as well as ensure that the credit card used to register has the appropriate funds in place.
I need to adjust my request, what should I do?
To adjust any part of your request, a new request must be submitted. To do so, tap here to go back to the site, sign in and submit a new request. You have until Saturday, July 13 at 10pm ET to submit a new request or cancel your request. Submitting a new request for a city will cancel any prior requests for that date.
What is Verified Fan?
Verified Fan helps to get more tickets to fans who want to attend the show. While Verified Fan does not guarantee that every fan will get a ticket, it does make the ticket buying experience fairer by ensuring tickets are not purchased for the intent to resell.
When should I expect to know if my request was confirmed?
We’ll send you an email before Tuesday, July 16 at 10pm ET to let you know if your request was confirmed and provide next steps. If your request is confirmed, your card will be charged and your tickets will be placed directly into your Ticketmaster account.
Does getting a confirmed request mean I will get tickets?
Yes! If you receive a confirmed request this means your ticket request was successful, your card will automatically be charged, and your tickets will arrive in just a couple days. Keep an eye out for an additional email with instructions to accept your tickets into your Ticketmaster account.
My request was confirmed, can I cancel or exchange my tickets?
No. All confirmed requests are final sale and no exchanges may be applied.
If my request is confirmed, can I confirm my seats before my credit card is charged? What if I don’t like the tickets I got?
If your request is confirmed, we will immediately process your credit card for the seat preference you selected in your ticket request. You should not request tickets for any cities, shows or seat preferences that you do not actually wish to purchase. All sales are final, refunds and exchanges will not be available.
Can I transfer tickets?
Yes, you can easily transfer tickets to family and friends. Follow our simple steps to transfer tickets here.
If my request is confirmed, how will I get my tickets?
If you receive a confirmed request your card will automatically be charged, and your tickets will arrive within 48 hours. Keep an eye out for the additional email with instructions to accept your tickets into your Ticketmaster account.
Is there another way to get tickets if my request is not confirmed?
Yes, below are additional ways to shop for tickets.
- Wednesday, July 17: Spotify Presale at 10am venue local time
- Wednesday, July 17: Live Nation Presale at 12pm venue local time
- Thursday, July 18: Public Onsale at 10am venue local time
What are the accessible seating options at each venue?
To learn about accessible seating options, we recommend contacting the venue to learn more about how they accommodate each guest and how to prepare in advance.
If I use my spouse or family member’s credit card to complete my request, does the person whose name is on the card have to attend the show?
No. The tickets will be in the Ticketmaster account holder’s account. (Remember, submitting a ticket request does not guarantee tickets.)
Why do I see tickets available to purchase now on other sites?
Many unofficial sellers will list tickets even before they go on sale. This practice is called Speculative Listing and fans should not trust resellers claiming to have tickets. Those speculative listings are not real tickets in hand. Beware of these sellers. Learn more about Speculative Ticket Listing.
Who do I contact if I have questions about my ticket request?
We’re here to help. You can call us at 1-800-594-8499, or email us at email@example.com. If you’re reaching out with questions about your request, make sure to have your receipt number, email and the last four numbers of the credit card used to submit your request.