Ticketmaster will give fans who purchase a ticket to a concert by The Cure in the US a portion of their money back. This applies to concert-goers who have had to pay for a service more than others, The Cure singer Robert Smith wrote on Twitter.
“After another conversation, Ticketmaster agreed with us that many ticket prices were unjustifiably high. As a sign of good faith, they offered to refund $10 for the cheapest tickets and $5 for all others,” said Smith, who is known with his band for songs like Friday I’m in love And Just like heaven. On Thursday, the singer blasted Ticketmaster’s “service costs debacle” on Twitter and promised to speak to the party.
After tickets for The Cure concerts went on sale on Wednesday, many fans online complained about the high ticket prices. Some spend more money on service costs than they do on their seats themselves. According to Smith, tickets in the next round of sales will have a lower service fee.
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