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Toronto - $750 Budweiser Stage season pass. Includes every 2019 concert. 400 level seats, not lawns

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Toronto - $750 Budweiser Stage season pass. Includes every 2019 concert. 400 level seats, not lawns

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cool. Wish i still lived in city place.
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Does anyone have any additional details as to seat location or anything? The live nation website says nothing other than they go on sale next Friday at 10am.
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copter wrote: Does anyone have any additional details as to seat location or anything? The live nation website says nothing other than they go on sale next Friday at 10am.
that's what I'm wondering. this $750 expense could be a scalper's paradise. I remember resale lawn tickets last year were going for $200+ for a country artist at Budweiser Stage.
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sprung wrote: that's what I'm wondering. this $750 expense could be a scalper's paradise. I remember resale lawn tickets last year were going for $200+ for a country artist at Budweiser Stage.
Given what Live Nation is charging for the premium seat locations, I'm thinking it'll be something like lawn seats or back of the house reserved seats, in which case it isn't worth it IMO. Agreed that scalpers may find it worthwhile, but those that want to go to a few shows won't get much value out of that. I've emailed them to find out more. I'll post if I hear anything back.
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I'd be interested even though this years lineup isn't that great (in my opinion) but not if these are lawn seats. For 300's it'd be a great deal!
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I will wait for the Pizza Pizza or Live Nation sales to pickup tix for the shows I am interested in attending.
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for an average of $22 per show, these will 100% be lawns and not worth it.
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I already bought tix to two Bud Stage shows for this year. I think there are some really good shows listed. I need to know more details however. E.g. can you reserve a seat in advance or is it first come/first serve (pass only gives admission)? What if the show sells out normally? To avoid scalpers, will they restrict it to one person/pass like a theme park would do?

As others have said, this will have to be for the GA lawn seats.

[Edit] Two answers from below link:
  1. One lawn ticket to every concert at your selected venue. Even sold out shows!
  2. Personalized credentials that acts as your entry pass for all shows
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the american version of this "lawn pass" costs $250, so it's gotta be better GA seats or sumthin

https://lawnpass.livenation.com/
sprung wrote: that's what I'm wondering. this $750 expense could be a scalper's paradise. I remember resale lawn tickets last year were going for $200+ for a country artist at Budweiser Stage.
hmm... would it be worth to get for reselling tickets? I'm fine picking up tickets at will call to resell, and live close to downtown
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ManCaveGamer wrote: the american version of this "lawn pass" costs $250, so it's gotta be better GA seats or sumthin

https://lawnpass.livenation.com/



hmm... would it be worth to get for reselling tickets? I'm fine picking up tickets at will call to resell, and live close to downtown

i mean if you want to contribute to scalping, sure!
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zoid wrote: i mean if you want to contribute to scalping, sure!
I could have done this hundreds of times in my life. Get seats for me and sell another pair or two to go for free.

For some reason, even as a cheap RFD member I just can't rip off fans of bands that I like to make a quick buck.
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riseagainstthemachine wrote: for an average of $22 per show, these will 100% be lawns and not worth it.
To each his/her own. E.g. I just looked up GA Lawn tix for Florence and the Machine and Iron Maiden (two diff. demographics)
F+tM
CA $92.82 ea
(CA $78.00 + CA $14.82 fees, including taxes)
Iron Maiden
CA $54.75 ea
(CA $40.00 + CA $14.75 fees, including taxes)

This stuff adds up quickly.
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sprung wrote: that's what I'm wondering. this $750 expense could be a scalper's paradise. I remember resale lawn tickets last year were going for $200+ for a country artist at Budweiser Stage.
Yes....but some lawn seats for other shows you might get $5 for.

Just thought about something else, some shows don't have the lawn open....they would have to upgrade you to 400 level seats in that case.
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zoid wrote: i mean if you want to contribute to scalping, sure!
more like attend the shows that i want, and then sell the tickets for the shows i dont want
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jalaram wrote: To each his/her own. E.g. I just looked up GA Lawn tix for Florence and the Machine and Iron Maiden (two diff. demographics)
F+tM
CA $92.82 ea
(CA $78.00 + CA $14.82 fees, including taxes)
Iron Maiden
CA $54.75 ea
(CA $40.00 + CA $14.75 fees, including taxes)

This stuff adds up quickly.
just buy for the shows you want when the pizza pizza offer comes around. or you are also paying for kidsbop ect
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And when the pizza pizza deal comes out again this year you can get lawn seats for $20 each for the shows you want to go to. I don’t think this is for lawns.

Edit to add: I see the post above had the same thought.
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Anyone know of asite or app that can monitor low prices on secondary ticket sites? Was hoping to to check out luke Bryan, them tickets went fast.
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TorontoEh wrote: Anyone know of asite or app that can monitor low prices on secondary ticket sites? Was hoping to to check out luke Bryan, them tickets went fast.
You can set up a price alert on Stubhub to notify you if it drops to a certain price point. If you're curious about what tickets have sold for, you can just pretend to sell the tickets (put in lawn, will upload later) and when it gets to prices, you can see previous solds.
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If you get “personalized credentials”, then will it be impossible to give your ticket away when you can’t make/don’t want to go to a specific show?

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