PRESALE TO THE UK SHOWS

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Re: PRESALE TO THE UK SHOWS

Postby lightasabreeze » Thu May 30, 2013 10:13 pm

Brighton was very helpful and sold my disabled daughter her ticket today, a day before they went on general sale. They took her word for it that she was a member. They were very helpful and she now has secured her place with her carer for Brighton.
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Re: PRESALE TO THE UK SHOWS

Postby spottsue » Fri May 31, 2013 8:53 pm

Please can you advise how to get put back on the mailing list for notifications of presage tickets? Last year I was grateful to receive such a notification but have heard nothing for this tour luckily a friend is also on the forum so they were able to tell me. As far as I'm aware I haven't excluded myself from any notifications! Many thanks! Sue
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Re: PRESALE TO THE UK SHOWS

Postby Born With The Gift Of A G » Sat Jun 01, 2013 7:29 pm

A mere £375 for a Block B ticket in Manchester....

https://tickets.axs.com/eventShopperV3U ... f%3Devs_fb

Seriously, does anyone ever actually purchase these ludicrously exorbitant 'Platinum' rip-off tickets...?!

Makes my Block B Row C ticket at £75 (courtesy of the excellent presale via this Forum) seem even lovelier!
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Re: PRESALE TO THE UK SHOWS

Postby Mabeanie1 » Sat Jun 01, 2013 8:26 pm

spottsue wrote:Please can you advise how to get put back on the mailing list for notifications of presage tickets? Last year I was grateful to receive such a notification but have heard nothing for this tour luckily a friend is also on the forum so they were able to tell me. As far as I'm aware I haven't excluded myself from any notifications! Many thanks! Sue
Hi spottsue

Follow the link below to the "Subscribe to e-mail notification thread" then click on "Subscribe topic" at the bottom left hand side of the page. You should receive an e-mail notification when/ if any further dates are added to the tour.

viewtopic.php?f=75&t=33226

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Re: PRESALE TO THE UK SHOWS

Postby Rodin » Sun Jun 02, 2013 8:47 am

Born With The Gift Of A G wrote:A mere £375 for a Block B ticket in Manchester....

https://tickets.axs.com/eventShopperV3U ... f%3Devs_fb

Seriously, does anyone ever actually purchase these ludicrously exorbitant 'Platinum' rip-off tickets...?!

Makes my Block B Row C ticket at £75 (courtesy of the excellent presale via this Forum) seem even lovelier!
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Re: PRESALE TO THE UK SHOWS

Postby fishfishquaileye » Sun Jun 02, 2013 11:10 pm

My mind is not put at rest at all. If Cohen himself was Jewish, or ever know Jewish people, then he would realize that we don't Russhi straight from the ending of the fast to some lightweight musical gaiety. I find the scheduling to be bordering on antisemitic. It carries a message "no Jews at my concert, thanks".
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Re: PRESALE TO THE UK SHOWS

Postby Zimmy66 » Wed Jul 03, 2013 11:31 pm

MarieM wrote:
jarkko wrote:Great to see that this has been another successful presale. Many members have got really good seats!

Yom Kippur begins the evening of September 13 and ends the evening of September 14. So, it would seem to be okay. But I asked Robert anyway and he said it is okay. Thanks for bringing this to our attention so quickly.
Well, obviously Robert can't be trusted to tell the truth in the future then.
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Problem getting ticket

Postby kmsilven » Thu Jul 11, 2013 9:41 pm

I wonder if anyone else have same problem, but I ' havent got my ticket to Manchester gig - it is nearly two months ago when I purchase my ticket - also get post to my email - but I haven't got ticket via regular post. I understand that it takes time, but two months too much... I have hurry to get hotel and flights...

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