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Thanks. I've decided to buy the ticket now.

These are the seats available:

Block 103, Row R, seat 23

Block 103, Row E, seat 28

Block 103, Row S, seat 11

Which one do you reckon is the best? I have never been to Manchester Arena so I am really confused.

 

They're all in the same block so it wouldn't really matter. I guess Row E is probably closer to the floor though?

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Anyone have pre-sale codes for the NYC Barclays - January 27th show? I registered for this site too late and desperately trying to get 3 tickets. Would love if someone isn't able to use theirs to send hook me up please.

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Please not ask for codes as people have been told not to share codes on this site as they have no way of knowing who they are sending them to.

Thanks,

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For those who's onsales haven't happened yet - if you're looking for GA, keep trying to pull up tickets until TicketsToday removes the option.

Seems like if GA is still an option on the site, there's still some that aren't confirmed.

A ton dropped in for one of the gigs so far, over 1/2 hour after the onsale, while several others had the GA option removed from the page early on.

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I heard the tour started last night & no doubt tickets will be still in huge demand but please refer to the 1st page & let me know if there are any other sites which are dubious etc

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That means you didn't get there quick enough. They'd sold out.

 

I HAD TICKETS. I HAD THEM. I was paying for them and it booted me out of the transaction. Try that on for size.

 

Just sent a complaint, I'm so annoyed!!

 

Ive got spare Manchester tickets - one for the 8th and 2 for the 9th as my mates has pulled out - ive pm'd you - only want face value - or as close to as possible ( I need the beer money lol)

:)

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We're not going to be able to go to Glasgow this Sunday any more due to a family thing :( so I have two standing tickets available, am looking for face value which is £140 for the pair.

 

That obviously includes royal mail recorded delivery, but we're based in Edinburgh if anyone is local.

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We're not going to be able to go to Glasgow this Sunday any more due to a family thing :( so I have two standing tickets available, am looking for face value which is £140 for the pair.

 

That obviously includes royal mail recorded delivery, but we're based in Edinburgh if anyone is local.

 

Please use the relevant thread to advertise any tickets for sale http://board.muse.mu/showthread.php?p=11427086#post11427086

 

Thanks

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Touting is still a real problem and should be made illegal. I was shocked at how many empty seats I spotted at the O2 on Monday despite the gig being Sold Out!

 

I think the only way to prevent or cut down on touting is for your ticket purchase to be linked to a form of ID that you have to present on the door such as your driving license, passport etc. No ID, no entry. The ticket could have the ID number printed on it so it's matched up when you enter the venue. As most venues scan ticket bar codes these days it wouldn't take long to scan the ID that goes with it. You would only need it for your batch so if you bought tickets to go with friends they'd be covered under your ID.

 

If you can't make it due to illness etc then the receipt that comes with the ticket could have a form on the back to fill in such as handing the ticket over to someone else in your party and their ID details so they'd be checked upon entry.

 

Just an idea but it's something that needs addressing sooner rather than later. I've been very lucky over the years to see Muse so many times and always through the genuine sales. I've never had to approach a tout or go to a dodgy website. I never will either. As much as I love the band I would rather miss the gig than give money to a piece of scum tout.

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Hi,

 

I bought four (4) general admission tickets to Muse show in Madrid. Unfortunately I had to do it through Viagogo website as I couldn't get them from any other source. The price wasn't that bad, paid 480 EUR for all 4 inc. all viagogo fees (100 eu!!)

 

Tickets are Instant Download and they were sent to me via email as PDF.

 

They look genuine however they are black/white, no colour.

 

As far as I remember all the electronic PDF tickets supposed to be in colour or I am wrong and everything is okay? I am worrying that someone made a PDF copy of the original ticket multiple times (unless its protected against that) and selling them on these sort of websites. I was also in touch with Viagogo and they said:

 

"We can confirm that these are the tickets received by your seller. They are valid for entry."

 

Can any Muser confirm if your PDF tickets are also black/white PDF or in colour? I know you can print them in black white but I would think that original PDF should be coloured or I am just worrying too much... I was usually getting tickets by post for my previous gigs so I am not familiar with electronic ones. Thanks!

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As long as it's got the bar-code on it for the scanner, it should be fine. That's the only thing that really matters tmk.

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Merged this with the ticket buying thread as we don't need 2 threads.

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Hey all, in the US there's a presale order time for having preordered the new album that's two hours earlier than the members presale time. (Both of which are earlier than the open tickets days later.)

 

Does anyone happen to know which presale has the best reserved seating? I have a feeling that they're not competing for the same spots -- I would hate to use my presale-album presale because it's time is first only to find out that the dedicated members get closer spots.

 

thanks!

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Hey all, in the US there's a presale order time for having preordered the new album that's two hours earlier than the members presale time. (Both of which are earlier than the open tickets days later.)

 

Does anyone happen to know which presale has the best reserved seating? I have a feeling that they're not competing for the same spots -- I would hate to use my presale-album presale because it's time is first only to find out that the dedicated members get closer spots.

There's no way of knowing, unfortunately. The last several presales I've done (not just for muse but other artists as well) pretty much just had everything opened up for the first presale. I think the days are long gone of muse giving priority to dedicated members.

 

Also, keep in mind that many seats in the sections closest to the stage (first 15 rows) will be held back for the VIP tickets. Sometimes seats in these areas will open up close to the show date when they realize they won't sell them. It's kind of risky to bank on that happening though!

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