If You Want To Take Full Advantage Of Live Nation’s “Service Free Wednesdays,” Make Sure You Don’t Have To Drive To The Concert

Jun 3rd, 2009 // 1 Comment

medium_ticket“Fans will still be asked to pay parking fees (usually $6) as well as in some cases facility fees and/or charity fees,” a flack for the concert megapromoter told a CNN reporter who asked for clarity on the weekly discounts the company is really proud to be offering on its cheap seats at shows this summer. By the way, the Wednesday differential in price for nosebleed at the Jones Beach installment of WKTU’s dance-extravaganza Beatstock? $12.10–or 46% of the seat’s $26 face value. And the lineup hasn’t even been announced yet! [CNN via What Did I Read Today?]

  1. I ran into that parking fee! And it is unfortunately per-person. I didn’t think I’d be able to swing tickets to the blink tour before they waived the fees, though, and $12 doesn’t hurt nearly as much as the $60 or so I would have paid.

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