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Re: Weybridge, July 11 - on general sale

Posted: Mon May 18, 2009 6:45 am
by joyezekiel
Does anyone know when the tix for Weybridge will be released? Had to have them delivered to my home address (in Texas USA) and I fly back to UK on 4th July......... getting a bit nervous.

Thanks.

Re: Weybridge, July 11 - on general sale

Posted: Mon May 18, 2009 3:01 pm
by Mabeanie1
joyezekiel wrote:Does anyone know when the tix for Weybridge will be released? Had to have them delivered to my home address (in Texas USA) and I fly back to UK on 4th July......... getting a bit nervous.

Thanks.
Ticketmaster order status says "Your tickets have not yet been dispatched" for both Liverpool and Weybridge. Sometimes they don't send out tickets until a 7-10 days before a show (for a recent Van Morrison show at the Albert Hall on April 19, Ticketmaster despatched the tickets on April 8 and we didn't receive ours until 5 days before the show, on April 14!)

If you're worried, why don't you contact Ticketmaster customer services and ask to change to delivery method to Box Office Collection. That way you won't have a problem if the tickets are sent out late.

Wendy

Re: Weybridge, July 11 - on general sale

Posted: Mon May 18, 2009 4:54 pm
by FOXWOOD
Ticketmaster are now selling a concert package for £287.50.

You get parking, a meal a programme and something to keep the rain off ! - Oh and a ticket in block A6. It doesn't give a row number.

I will be selling my own special package on the day - A sandwich, bottle of water, programme and plastic mac for the bargain price of £ 165 this will be for those of you who can't afford the official concert package.

Please order well in advice so I can provide a choice of sandwich filling.

Re: Weybridge, July 11 - on general sale

Posted: Mon May 18, 2009 5:10 pm
by Paula
Don't go with Foxwood that is just rip off prices I have a very very good package £164.50 but for that you get a hot meal (bag of chips), a Marks and Sparks carrier bag for covering head (no expense spared this is NOT a Tescos bag), a bottle of SPARKLING water and a packet of extra strong mints in case the weather is inclement.

That VIP package seems very much last minute thinking by MBW they could have easily used the front rows in A5.

Joy I would agree with Wendy I would not take the chance with Ticketmaster sending the tickets out too late for you I would ask if you can change the delivery address for an English address. All these tickets venues do seem to take their sweet time sending out tickets.

Re: Weybridge, July 11 - on general sale

Posted: Wed May 20, 2009 12:00 pm
by sirp2000
Does anyone know the correct starting time of the concert? Ticketmaster says 18:00 but Seetickets says 19:00 for 19:30.

My thanks to anyone who knows the answer.

Re: Weybridge, July 11 - on general sale

Posted: Sat May 30, 2009 2:39 am
by Padma
I'm just not sure whether to go with Foxwood or Paula's package. Decisions, decisions, decisions.....what sort of sandwich filling would I get...and do I get mayo with the chips...... Paula - do I get a glass for the sparkling water?

Re: Weybridge, July 11 - on general sale

Posted: Thu Jun 04, 2009 12:54 pm
by sebmelmoth2003
i'd like to purchase this house in weybridge.

i could invite leonard for a refreshing swim pre or post-performance.

Dive into an Octagon

May 2009

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Weybridge, July 11 - ticket dispatch

Posted: Thu Jun 04, 2009 5:33 pm
by suzanne2
I'm also feeling edgy about when they are going to send the tickets. I emailed Ticketmaster twice to say I needed them by the 8th June, but they just don't bother to reply. I feel they have complete contempt for genuine fans. If you have paid for the tickets you should be able to hold them in your hot little hand within a week. I think people should start boycotting Ticketmaster.

Re: Weybridge, July 11 - on general sale

Posted: Thu Jun 04, 2009 5:57 pm
by osmachar
I hope they will send the tickets before the 24.6. as I will be abroad from that point and go to the concert on my return journey- argh!

Re: Weybridge, July 11 - on general sale

Posted: Sat Jun 06, 2009 12:10 am
by somewhat_nifty
It is annoying how Ticketmaster hangs on to tickets for so long - I'd feel far more relaxed once mine have arrived. Have never had a bad experience actually getting the tickets from them though - buying them is another matter!

Re: Weybridge, July 11 - on general sale

Posted: Mon Jun 08, 2009 3:01 am
by hydriot
Does anyone know yet whether the start time really is 6pm?

Re: Weybridge, July 11 - on general sale

Posted: Thu Jun 11, 2009 10:42 pm
by Kalevala
Does anyone know how far it is from the train station to the venue? As if it is a nice evening then I may walk after getting off the train.

Re: Weybridge, July 11 - on general sale

Posted: Mon Jun 15, 2009 3:48 pm
by Evie B
Hi Kalevala
The website says it is less than a mile from Weybridge station. Here is a link to the site if you want to have a look for yourself.
Happy travelling
Evie

http://www2.mercedes-benz.co.uk/content ... rld_181108

Re: Weybridge, July 11 - on general sale

Posted: Tue Jun 16, 2009 11:25 am
by honeyrose
Anyone had their tix yet? :neutral:

Re: Weybridge, July 11 - on general sale

Posted: Tue Jun 16, 2009 11:32 am
by Evie B
Hi honeyrose, I was thinking about that myself.

Perhaps if the first person to get their tickets for Weybridge from Ticketmaster posts it on here (not everyone, once you see somebody else post a 'received' don't do yours or we'll crash the forum) we would all be on notice and know to panic after a few days.

Evie B