- Sep 10, 2015
- AFL Club
There will be a load of flogs trying to buy them simply to scalp I reckon.Glad i coughed up for a package after assessing i wouldn't know anyone to get a barcode off.. Would not be feeling confident getting a ticket come Thursday.
Queue gets randomly shuffled at 10am, joining the queue at 9:30 and 9:50 has the same effectI don't understand Ticketmaster. I was on the que when it opened at 9.30am this morning, but didn't get a look in until much too late (apparently 52,000 were ahead of me in the que). I did however log in on another device at approx 9.50am and was able to search for tickets at approx 10.08am, without luck. How I could skip the que with my other device just defies logic and is patently unfair. TICKETMASTER SUX.
Pathetic way of doing business - should not be called a que. My mobile phone didn't get me through, it was my tablet - I guess that would also count as mobile, so perhaps your theory is still sound?Queue gets randomly shuffled at 10am, joining the queue at 9:30 and 9:50 has the same effect
Also for some reason and this isn't confirmed but it always seems to be the case (with many others backing this), mobile apps seem to be the preference when the shuffle happens?
The fair way would be to open the queue at say 9:30 and it be an actual queue. It would at least weed out some of the dreamers who have never bought a ticket before.Rottnest bookings do the same thing. Randomise all in the queue at the opening time. It's the only fair way, otherwise it becomes log on days in advance to hold your spot.
It technically is a queue after being randomised but there is no foolproof solution, if it isn't randomised then scalpers all log on days early and join the queue which causes them to basically get all the ticketsPathetic way of doing business - should not be called a que. My mobile phone didn't get me through, it was my tablet - I guess that would also count as mobile, so perhaps your theory is still sound?