I’ve got 2 tickets going spare for Rhiannon Giddens at Bristol Colston Hall on Sat November 18th. They’re in Row U seats 13 & 14. Absolutely gutted I can’t go so they may be wet with tears when they arrive if there are any takers. They cost me £45 for the pair and I’ll pay for recorded delivery. Sob sob sob.
You know the feeling – taken for a ride by some God-awful large corporate company…
I’ll start – 18 months ago I left a job. My former colleagues were kind enough to do a collection, and knowing I like to attend gigs they bought me a Ticketmaster gift card. Very nice of them too. They must have been feeling flush, as I had the tidy sum of £280 on the card. Today I attempted to use the card to book some Strictly Come Dancing tickets as a Xmas present, only to find the gift card had expired. On closer inspection, in tiny words, it says that you have to use the card within a year. Yes, I feel ripped off and I didn’t even pay for the damn thing!!
Any other examples?
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