Schlesinger v. Ticketmaster
Mar 5, 2019
[Originally Published June 21, 2016]
In 2003, the Schlesinger v. Ticketmaster class action lawsuit alleged that Ticketmaster did not fully disclose all aspects of its UPS and order processing fees to consumers. While vigorously defending the lawsuit, Ticketmaster settled the case in 2013 by agreeing to issue ticket vouchers and discount codes to class members, which allows class members to receive discounts for future ticket purchases and/or receive discounts on future UPS ticket deliveries. In 2018, Ticketmaster fulfilled, per the settlement agreement, all ticket voucher requirements.
The settlement class generally includes all consumers who purchased tickets on Ticketmaster.com between the period of October 21, 1999 and February 27, 2013. To find out if you are a class member and qualify for a discount code, please contact the litigation administrator at http://bit.ly/claims_administrator.
As part of the Schlesinger v. Ticketmaster settlement, Ticketmaster agreed to provide:
For more information about Schlesinger v. Ticketmaster, please visit our Frequently Asked Questions available here: http://insider.ticketmaster.com/frequently-asked-questions-schlesinger-v-ticketmaster
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