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Postby sarah_lennon » September 3rd, 2012, 9:44 am

Is this gone for this season?
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Re: Ticket Exchange

Postby TheBear » September 3rd, 2012, 10:10 am

No, I think it's still there. You can offer tickets under the 'Manage tickets' section; can't remember where you can access them, but I definitely saw a link to it while checking our seats for the Lansdowne matches.
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Re: Ticket Exchange

Postby sarah_lennon » September 3rd, 2012, 10:29 am

Doesn't seem to be a sell option on the management screen, only print or forward
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Re: Ticket Exchange

Postby TheBear » September 3rd, 2012, 10:50 am

Hmmm, now that you mention it, the link to buy tickets through the exchange doesn't seem to have anything on it.
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Re: Ticket Exchange

Postby Scott » September 3rd, 2012, 11:35 am

Yes i went to try buy a terrace ticket and noting up yet. Was the same in previous years when they would not activate the TicketExchange until a day or two before the game so that people buy more tickets on main Ticketmaster site i guess. Although last year they seemed to improve it allowing you to buy and sell tickets months in advance which was great
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Re: Ticket Exchange

Postby dingodublin » September 3rd, 2012, 7:02 pm

I spoke to Leinster Rugby last week and they advised me that they were having technical difficulties with the team exchange function and it would be live sometime this week. I told them that I wished to use it for the fist game against the Dragons and it was getting late. People might now go to ticketmaster etc to purchase additional seats. I am not happy beacuse I am not been given the opportunity to flog my seats :x
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Re: Ticket Exchange

Postby johng » September 3rd, 2012, 8:10 pm

I don't get why any member of this forum would use ticket exchange BEFORE throwing them up here for face value or less.

TicketBa$tard get 40% (or is it 60%?) and you only get credit for the rest, not even a few drinking vouchers. :shock:

I would sooner give mine away than further line those lads pockets.
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Re: Ticket Exchange

Postby meinster » September 3rd, 2012, 9:22 pm

Agreed.. it can be less hassle, though, unless you know someone in need of a ticket.

I'm also looking for a terrace ticket for this (see other thread). Looks like I'll be forced to by a stand ticket (same price) before they're all gone from public sale. I won't start on TicketMaster.
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Re: Ticket Exchange

Postby johng » September 3rd, 2012, 9:59 pm

meinster wrote:Agreed.. it can be less hassle, though, unless you know someone in need of a ticket.

I'm also looking for a terrace ticket for this (see other thread). Looks like I'll be forced to by a stand ticket (same price) before they're all gone from public sale. I won't start on TicketMaster.

I have seen people blag into the Terrace with a stand ticket. You can go anywhere really once you have a ticket to scan into the ground.

If 2 of your mates go into the terrace and one comes out with both tickets.........
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Re: Ticket Exchange

Postby deco » September 3rd, 2012, 10:13 pm

johng wrote:If 2 of your mates go into the terrace and one comes out with both tickets.........
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Re: Ticket Exchange

Postby Scott » September 4th, 2012, 9:33 am

johng wrote:
meinster wrote:Agreed.. it can be less hassle, though, unless you know someone in need of a ticket.

I'm also looking for a terrace ticket for this (see other thread). Looks like I'll be forced to by a stand ticket (same price) before they're all gone from public sale. I won't start on TicketMaster.

I have seen people blag into the Terrace with a stand ticket. You can go anywhere really once you have a ticket to scan into the ground.

If 2 of your mates go into the terrace and one comes out with both tickets.........


The new security crowd that have been in place the past couple of seasons are way more strict even checking teens for id (no under 12's).
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Re: Ticket Exchange

Postby Scott » September 4th, 2012, 9:33 am

johng wrote:
meinster wrote:Agreed.. it can be less hassle, though, unless you know someone in need of a ticket.

I'm also looking for a terrace ticket for this (see other thread). Looks like I'll be forced to by a stand ticket (same price) before they're all gone from public sale. I won't start on TicketMaster.

I have seen people blag into the Terrace with a stand ticket. You can go anywhere really once you have a ticket to scan into the ground.

If 2 of your mates go into the terrace and one comes out with both tickets.........


The new security crowd that have been in place the past couple of seasons are way more strict even checking teens for id (no under 12's).
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Re: Ticket Exchange

Postby meinster » September 4th, 2012, 9:55 am

johng wrote:If 2 of your mates go into the terrace and one comes out with both tickets.........


What's the first rule of the Terrace Blaggers?

P.S. It's easier now with printable tickets.
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Re: Ticket Exchange

Postby Mags » September 4th, 2012, 5:22 pm

I'm unable to attend match on Sat and am trying to print on the "manage my ticket" section to pass on to my brother. Anyone having trouble doing this?
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Re: Ticket Exchange

Postby meinster » September 4th, 2012, 8:56 pm

Mags wrote:I'm unable to attend match on Sat and am trying to print on the "manage my ticket" section to pass on to my brother. Anyone having trouble doing this?

Yup, it keeps telling me my session has timed out and I need to log back in again when I go to download/"print" the PDF. If I try to forward/email the ticket it says "Sorry, your request could not be completed at this time.".
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Re: Ticket Exchange

Postby Mags » September 5th, 2012, 12:19 am

Rang ticketmaster " having a problem at moment" so they emailed tickets to me which I had no bother printing
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Re: Ticket Exchange

Postby meinster » September 5th, 2012, 11:56 am

Seems to be a lot healthier this morning. I cancelled my pending ticket transfer, and am now able to print it.

TicketExchange now lists the first 2 games (no tickets available yet).
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Re: Ticket Exchange

Postby dingodublin » September 5th, 2012, 12:00 pm

Hi Meinster,

I see that the ticket exchange app is launched but it is not working. I tried to launch a ticket on to it but when I then go after to check if it is for sale, it is till no showing no seats available. me no happy! :cry:
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Re: Ticket Exchange

Postby dingodublin » September 5th, 2012, 1:24 pm

All,

I just spoke with Leinster Rugby who advised me that they are still having technical difficulties with the application. They expect it to be "live" this afternoon or early tomorrow morning! Lets see what happens :roll:

Has anyone any views on whether we should be entitled to a credit note or somthing silmilar from Leinster/Ticketmaster as they were unable to get fcility ready on time and not giving season ticket holders a fair chance to offload extra seats. Maybe somebody who wants an addtional ticket will now go direct to ticketmasster than wait for team exchange to come live. views anyone?
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Re: Ticket Exchange

Postby sarah_lennon » September 5th, 2012, 1:41 pm

johng wrote:I don't get why any member of this forum would use ticket exchange BEFORE throwing them up here for face value or less.

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