TicketScene does not issue paper tickets. Upon approval of the transaction, an e-mail will be sent to the supplied address with a letter of confirmation that has to be brought to the show to obtain entry. The recipient of the e-tickets is required to show photo identification to the door staff.
One of three things has happened.
1) It somehow ended up in your junk mail (a regular problem for hotmail users).
2) You did not complete the transaction.
3) Your transaction was denied by your credit card company.
After your ticket purchase has completed, you will be presented with a screen to print/download your e-tickets. You must print your e-tickets, and bring them to the show to obtain entry. The e-ticket holder may be required to show photo identification to the door staff. If you did not print your tickets at the time of purchase, you may log-in to your ticketscene account to obtain your e-tickets.
Yes. When adding tickets to your cart you will be promted to enter a name on the tickets. They will need to bring their printed e-ticket to the show, and may be asked to present photo identification to obtain entry.
TicketScene does not control entry to the event. Health cards, student cards, age of majority cards and other photo identification may be sufficient to obtain the tickets with a copy of the letter of confirmation.
It is impossible for TicketScene to answer that question, as we do not control entry to the event. That decision is up to the company running the event. We suggest contacting them with that question as it is at their own discretion.
In the event of a rescheduling the tickets will automatically be transfered to the new event. However an e-mail will be sent out to all purchasers offering them the option of a refund for the full price of the tickets purchased. However, the service/processing fees will not be refunded. Refunds must be requested at least 72 hours prior to the rescheduled event start time.
TicketScene is issued an amount of tickets to sell by the promotion company. In almost every case there will be at least one other outlet selling tickets. When TicketScene is sold out it is best to contact the promotion company about the availability of tickets from other outlets.
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