Bruce Springsteen Team Responds to Ticketmaster Pricing – Vulture

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Do you see the president in 2023? No, seriously, please let us know for research purposes: Most Vultures have been priced from Vision Bruce Springsteen And E Street Band due to ridiculously high ticket costs on Ticketmaster, a company that should probably be renamed fee at this point. tickets rose to more than $5,000 for certain shows because of the demand-driven “dynamic pricing” system, which, put simply, means the company knows that some fans will be willing to pay higher costs at the expense of those who can’t. John Landau, Springsteen’s longtime manager, is now defending the decision to charge too much money for tickets, insisting the face value is reasonable for the New Jersey King. “When pricing tickets for this tour, we have looked carefully at what our peers are doing. We have chosen fares that are lower than some and on par with others” Tell New York times. “Regardless of the comment about a modest number of tickets costing $1,000 or more, our true average ticket price was in the $200 range. I think in today’s environment, that’s a fair price to see someone who is universally viewed as among the The greatest artist of his generation.”

Such as times He notes that astronomical tickets sold on Ticketmaster are direct and not from digital rackets, and Springsteen hasn’t embarked on a US tour with the E Street Band since 2016. On July 24, Ticketmaster supported The high cost of tickets in an unprecedented release of statements as a result of the anger of the masses. The company claimed that 1.3 percent of total purchases for the tour exceeded $1,000, while “platinum” tickets, which were priced at a variable rate (up to $5,000 each), included 11.2 percent. “Price and formats are in line with industry standards for top performers,” the company said in a statement. Glory days, you’re on hiatus now.

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