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Ticketmaster To Close Secondary Ticket Sites SeatWave And Get Me In

14 August 2018

Ticketmaster has announced this week that it is closing its secondary ticketing websites Seatwave and Get Me In, in an attempt to distance itself from the adverse publicity of touts, inflated ticket p...

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Ireland Look To Ban Ticket Sales Above Face Value

26 July 2018

The cabinet of the Republic of Ireland’s government has agreed to support a bill that will ban tickets being sold at more than their face value for sporting or entertainment events. Business ministe...

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Viagogo AG Referred To National Trading Standards

8 June 2018

  Consumer watchdog, The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has referred the secondary ticketing provider, viagogo AG, to National Trading Standards for its failure to make changes to misleading p...

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Record Crowds At Sandy Park

8 June 2018

Sandy Park attendances have continued to rise during the 2017/18 season with a 4% increase in fans to the home of Exeter Chiefs this season. After a record-breaking campaign during 2016/17 when the cl...

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Only Scarlets Above 8k Original Attendance Target

8 May 2018

Wales Online have analysed the attendances at the Welsh Regions and have discovered, since the regions were formed 15 years ago, all of them are below the 8,000 target then Welsh Rugby Union chief exe...

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Tigers Team Up With SeatGeek

1 May 2018

SeatGeek has teamed up with Leicester Tigers to power the club’s ticketing system next season. Tigers fans will benefit from a new and improved online ticketing experience that unifies the club’s ...

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