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Live Nation Announces “No Service Fee Wednesdays”

Posted by on June 1, 2009

livenationwednesdaysYou never thought this day would come, but a ticketing giant is dropping its ticket fees. With some rules, of course.

Live Nation has announced a promotion called “No Service Fee Wednesdays” that will run throughout the summer, offering various ticket specials on major summer tours. The discounts will run for 24 hours and feature hundreds of summer tours, eliminating fees on more than five million lawn tickets (yes, just lawn). The company is touting this as the biggest ticket promotion ever.

“No Service Fee Wednesdays,” begins June 3 at 12:01 a.m., offering no ticket service fees on any LiveNation.com-ticketed amphitheater show, and only at LiveNation.com. A source at Live Nation tells Billboard service fees typically average about one third of the total ticket cost. The specials will vary each Wednesday throughout the summer, offering discounts on tours like Nine Inch Nails/Jane’s Addiction, Crue Fest, Nickelback, Kid Rock/Lynyrd Skynyrd and more.

Cool stuff, but can we just get regular sized tickets?

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