Ticketmaster — Embarrassment! Tickets not accepted because of Ticketmaster screw up!
If you really want to be embarrassed, just buy tickets from Ticketmaster, the biggest, most arrogant evil in the entertainment mega-industry. Bought tickets to see Garrison Keillor at the Fox Theater in Atlanta months in advance. Had trouble downloading the tickets to print. Called Ticketmaster, and, to make sure everything was safe (for me, that is, because Ticketmaster sure as Hell doesn't give a damn, Scarlett), I backed them up as a PDF file. After a lengthy and frustrating time with the usual over-worked, under-educated rep, the tickets printed. They sat on the calendar for months. Not a word. All is well. Arrive at the Fox for the show. Line up with the rest of the sheep, get to the door, scan tickets. "You can't enter. The ticket scan says these tickets are to be refunded." All the way back to the ticket booth. Guy takes the print tickets and disappears for a long time. Back with a poorly hand written piece of crap to get in. Never saw our tickets again. "Ticketmaster said that the tickets had been printed twice, so they stopped your using them. You can go in now." Frustration, anger, embarrassment. Not over yet! Take the piece-of-crap hand-written ticket in, usher glances, sends us in, second usher listens in the roar of the crowd, glances at hand-written p-o-c and seats us. There we are about where row T should be, twenty or so rows back. "Sir, please come with me!" New Gestapo dressed super, er, Uber-Usher demands that we follow. "You're in row C not T." Re-seated, seething. (By the way, never trust the Fox about row C or row T. Row C was behind quite a few rows crammed in with temporary seating in front of it, so row C was a literal bait-and-switch as far as a third row seat. So was row T. NEVER use Ticketmaster. Skip the show. Why bother. They don't care! They'd sell tickets for their own burning, if they thought they could give the customer less-than-nothing for a fee. Piece of crap all around.
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