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  1. I’m disgusted, having followed Muse for years and attended most gigs since 2001, since Wednesday a group of 6 of us from all over, who always enjoy a meet up whenever Muse play live have tried to get tickets, both in pre-sale and general sale today. 2 of us can’t go on the internet at work so rely on other friends who can when tickets go on sale. Everything sold out quickly and now they are being sold on ticket agencies and EBAY in excess of the ticket price. How the heck can a seller on EBAY have 128 tickets to sell? This issue needs to be visited and addressed by the band as well. These greedy touts, agencies and EBAY sellers are denying genuine fans of the band the chance to go and see them. Tickets are selling for over £135 on EBAY and up to £180 each. This has really angered me today. It has to stop. After a few hours of trying, my general enthusiasm lowered to the point when I finally said 'Stuff Em' If bands can't try and sort out these issues so that their loyal fans can get to see them then they don't care about their fans. I certainly will not be buying tickets from touts and feeding their greed. Time to start going to new artists and music gigs where tickets are not in demand. Sorry Muse but my patience has worn thin this week.
  2. I'm disgusted, I have just posted something about this. There are 6 of us who have been meeting up for Muse gigs since 2001. This morning was the first time everything sold out and we didn't get a look in. Now they are selling for over £150 on EBAY each. This really needs addressing, it's becoming serious and denying genuine and loyal fans from being able to get tickets and lining the pockets of the greedy who don't have an interest in music.. It needs to stop. We are really unhappy today at not being able to get tickets. When Kasabian went on tour last year. They hid the codes in their album. Genuine fans will always buy their favourite music. That seemed to work well. Will be putting something on NME forum later, as I love going to gigs and this becoming ridiculous.. Grrr
  3. I’m disgusted, having followed Muse for years and attended most gigs since 2001 this morning, a group of 6 of us from all over, who always enjoy a meet up whenever Muse play live, didn’t get a look in this morning when tickets went on sale with the pre-sale link. 2 of us can’t go on the internet at work so rely on other friends who can when tickets go on sale. Everything sold out quickly and now they are being sold on ticket agencies and EBAY in excess of double the ticket price. This issue needs to be visited and addressed by the band as well. These greedy ticket touts and EBAY sellers are denying genuine fans of the band the chance to go and see them. Tickets are selling for over £135 on EBAY and up to £180 each. This has really angered me today. It has to stop.
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