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I paid $74 per ticket, for two tickets to see Tears for Fears and Hall and Oates. They were lawn seats.

They tacked on a 22 fee per ticket for service charges and another 8 bucks for a delivery fee. A. What is there to deliver? They were e-tickets.

B. When I printed out the tickets, the price said $35 for general admission lawn seats. I overpaid by $78. They are the same seats as everyone else in a section that is $35.

Tickets that should have been around $100 after fees cost $200. That's a price gouge of 50%. When I chose the tickets online, they looked like they were center of stage, hence the reason I paid more, but they will just be general admission seats. When I called the company I got an excuse of it being because they were second party tickets.

The customer service representative agreed that I got ripped off, but said that that was their policy, and that talking to manager would just be a waste of my time. I would highly recommend NOT using this company in the future. They are a good lesson in what is wrong with the greed in America. I will note that this was where I was directed to when purchasing tickets, and hadn't been back in the country long enough to know that this is the kind of business practices that seems to be America's M.O.

nowadays. I want my $100 back.

Review about: Box Office Tickets Tears For Fears Concert Ticket.

Reason of review: Pricing issue.

Monetary Loss: $100.

Preferred solution: I want the $100+ dollars back that I was over charged, and other people should know this is happening. .

I didn't like: Price gauging, False advertising.

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