Fans win booking fee battle for Eagles tickets

Ticketmaster will lessen 'convenience' charges

Music fans who have been begging Ticketmaster to reduce extra charges on tickets sales have had a small win in their battle.

Gig-goers who bought tickets to The Eagles‘ upcoming January dates in North America through Ticketmaster will not be charged as much as before.

The company will reduce ‘convenience’ fees and waive delivery and handling fees if ticket buyers use the print at home TicketFast feature to produce their tickets.


This comes after the ticket company acquired Front Line Management, whose clients include The Eagles, last month.

According to the, Ticketmaster also released a statement saying all future sales of tickets for the winter leg of The Eagles‘ tour would also be free of these extra charges.


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