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You could have free concert tickets in your account if you use Ticketmaster

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Over the weekend, ticketing service Ticketmaster sent out millions of vouchers to customers as part of a class action lawsuit filed against the company in 2003. At issue was the company's fee charges, which they added without informing customers first.

Five years after the lawsuit was settled in 2011, Ticketmaster is finally issuing refunds.

In addition to $2.25 discount vouchers for any purchase made between 1999 and 2013, the service is also issuing free ticket vouchers good for two general admission tickets to certain events. A list of eligible events will be live right here, but the list has not yet been finalized.

To check if you have some tickets waiting for you, click here and sign in to your account

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