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Monday, October 31, 2011

Cure Reflections NYC ticket info

Sold Out! But keep trying! Random tickets do still pop up occasionally.

Official word from The Cure on Facebook:
On sale: Oct 31st at 10am Eastern
Prices: $100.50 / $90.50 / $80.50 / $70.50 / $60.50
TWO TICKETS PER PERSON MAXIMUM
Now listed at Ticketmaster with this note - "Due to a strict over the ticket limit policy, tickets will not be printed / shipped until Monday November 7th, 2011."
(Thanks Robert, Lovecat, Dr. Fishbones and AndytheCurefan)

159 comments:

  1. "To charge tickets by phone, call (866) 858-0008."

    Do not call in. You will never get tickets. By the time the operator picks up the phone it will be sold out, lol. I can't believe they are even giving this option.

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  2. I think this is just the standard line they give out, and it won't even apply to this event. But if they do take phone orders, go ahead and call! What can it hurt? Just do it while you are also trying online. : )

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  3. Actually not a bad idea. Who knows, you could get a competent operator who gets you a front row seat!

    Either way, I think all the restrictions (especially for LA) and the choice of dates is going to make this process a lot smoother for the fans than RAH.

    Shows will probably sell out in 5 minutes versus 1 minute, lol.

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  4. The banter and postings have died down quite a bit over the past few weeks. Not only here in response to ticket information, but also on several other Cure sites.

    Perhaps it will pick up this weekend. However, as I predicted the casual and perhaps semi-hardcore fans are forgetting about the onsale date. I know of two people who have also decided not to go to the NYC shows.

    Had tickets been on sale the same week as the announcement, they would have gone.

    We have a good combination of circumstances which should lead to an easier ticket buying experience:

    1. People forgetting about the onsale date
    2. Loss of interest (slightly, lol)
    3. Halloween. 10am people are at work, or perhaps dealing with kids, etc.
    4. 3 shows to choose from
    5. Ticket limitations

    However, I don't even underestimate the fervor of Cure fans. It will be interesting to see if postings around the web pick up as we near Monday.

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  5. I just was browsing & cannot seem to get back to the screen I was on but am hoping the tickets are not the prices I just saw...cheapest at $302...and if so, ,maybe that means for 2 tickets...they run upwards to almost $500....please tell me it isnt so.... :( I also cannot find anymore info. Ticketmaster isn't even listing anything. Please someone..update whenever you hear or see something.

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  6. No, they will not be that high. You were looking at a broker/scalper site. They should be about the same as the LA prices, maybe a bit higher.

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  7. Thanks Craig...didn't think so as I have been to many gigs....but...just can't wait once again!! Thanks for all you do for us Cure fans...your updates and commitments mean so much!!! :)

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  8. You're very welcome. And don't worry, I'm on this. : ) As soon as there is any solid info, it will be posted. For now, just expect the rules and prices to be about the same as the LA show.

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  9. The lack of information is killing me. I've already taken off work on Monday to get tix. I want to go at least 2 nights, and I need to know how many friend's accounts and credit cards I need to borrow in order to make that happen. With all the preparations I'm doing, I just hope this isn't another example of fans getting screwed over.

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  10. It is a bit worrisome that there is so little info for NYC being released, but I'm hoping this is being done for a reason. Maybe the later they release the info, the less time for the scalpers/brokers to get organized?

    Probably wishful thinking, and the real reason is due to confusion and changing rules, as we saw with the LA info last night.

    I am hoping that we get solid info by Friday, but not holding my breath.

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  11. Craig, wishful thinking or not, I hope you're right.
    I think all Cure shows should have an exclusive COF presale. That would solve a lot of these problems. :)

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  12. "Maybe the later they release the info, the less time for the scalpers/brokers to get organized?"

    Possibly. I think it's more that there is a disagreement between the promoter, venue, and possibly The Cure about the ticket prices.

    I have never seen a show this close to the onsale date without prices. From my limited experience in this industry, they simply have not decided yet what the prices will be.

    It's NYC, my bet is someone wants to jack up the ticket prices because of how fast RAH sold out. Who knows.

    I wouldn't getting worried unless you wake up Monday at 9:30am and there is still no link on TM with prices, lol...

    Or it's just pure laziness/incompetence on the part of the venue and promoter, lol

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  13. BEACON THEATRE NYC SHOW ONSALE @ 10AM EST

    TWO TICKETS PER PERSON MAXIMUM @ $100.50 / $90.50 / $80.50 / $70.50 / $60.50

    Just posted via Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/notes/the-cure/the-cure-reflections-tickets-on-sale-monday-october-31st/10150370872617700

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  14. THE CURE 'REFLECTIONS' TICKETS ON SALE MONDAY OCTOBER 31ST

    PANTAGES THEATRE LA SHOW ONSALE @ 10AM PST

    TWO TICKETS PER PERSON MAXIMUM @ $101.50 / $81.50 / $6150

    BEACON THEATRE NYC SHOW ONSALE @ 10AM EST

    TWO TICKETS PER PERSON MAXIMUM @ $100.50 / $90.50 / $80.50 / $70.50 / $60.50

    http://www.facebook.com/notes/the-cure/the-cure-reflections-tickets-on-sale-monday-october-31st/10150370872617700

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  15. I just saw this posted, too. Wow, 5 price points - strange.

    The "two tickets per person maximum" wording is the same as for LA, so I guess that means 2 tickets for all 3 shows?

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  16. Also, they're not as expensive as I feared they'd be (assuming you can get them at face value and not through StubHub).

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  17. Just a quick question about the LA show. Is the 10am sale time Pacific Time?

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  18. Cheap as chips, make me wanna fly over :)

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  19. Shawn - Yes. 10 am Pacific for LA, 10 am Eastern for NYC.

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  20. Are you clocks going back an hour this wk end in the US? Ours are, here in Europe...just checking, to be sure to go on line at the right time!:)

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  21. No, we have to wait another week, JC. Ours starts on Nov. 6th.

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  22. good to know that day light saving starts a week later than ours!

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  23. Thank you for loking out for us, JC. : )

    Now if we can just get these shows listed at Ticketmaster.

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  24. As one of the Crazy Cure fans I have a question that does not MEAN two tickets per REFLECTIONS does it? I can buy TWO for NYC and TWO for LA right?

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  25. Yeah, I think that's okay, though not 100% sure.

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  26. Tickets up on Ticketmaster!

    http://www.ticketmaster.com/search?tm_link=tm_homeA_header_search&q=the+cure&search.x=75&search.y=21

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  28. So, does anyone know how what the photo policy is going to be for the LA and NYC shows? I know that it was a little lax in Sydney, so I'm wondering if it's going to be the same here. If not, does anyone know who I need to contact/bribe to get a photo pass?

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  29. For LA:

    No cameras, cell phone cameras or audio/video recording devices are permitted in the auditorium.

    If a patron is carrying a cell phone or electronic pager, these devices must be turned off or put into a “silent” mode before entering the theatre.

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  30. For NYC:

    Cameras

    For family events, 35mm and digital cameras will be permitted into the Beacon Theatre, however, you must refrain from taking pictures during the performance. Taking photos during events is distracting not only to the performers, but your fellow patrons as well. Video cameras/recorders are strictly prohibited. This policy will be strictly enforced.

    For concert events, this policy is at the discretion of the artist. Please call Guest Relations at 212-465-6225, any weekday during normal business hours, for more information.

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  31. For our friends buying in other countries, does anyone know if they will ship the tickets out or will they have to pick them up at the box office?

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  32. Great question, because if they ship the ticket, it will never arrive in time!!!

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  33. I have sent TicketMaster the appropriate questions-ie will i get my ticket on time if i buy it from Europe, or/and is there a print at home option?and hope to receive an answer soon..hopefully before monday:)
    Then i will let you know...i'm kind of warming up to flying over to NYC if i can score 1 night or 3!!

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  34. If I remember well, “Will Call” was the only option for international buyers for both concerts on NYC 2008. As RCMH, MSG and Beacon Theatre are all the same company, I guess it will be the same again. That’s what is in tickmasters.com:

    International Will Call for US Events

    If you order tickets to a U.S. event and you have a billing address that is outside of the United States and Canada, then you may be obligated to use international will call and may have to place your order at least 10 days prior to the event. You must provide an email address, along with a local telephone number where you can be contacted up to the day of the event. Tickets will be held in will call at the venue box office where the event will take place.

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  35. Spot on Cindy, here's their answer:
    Hello Jean-Christophe,

    We're sorry for the confusion. Unfortuantely, if the billing address for your credit card is not within the United States or Canada, we will be unable to mail or ship your tickets via UPS or TicketFast®.

    When purchasing tickets, you will need to select International Will Call as your delivery method. Based on the selection of this delivery method, you will be presented with a list of countries when entering your billing address, rather than states or provinces. Your tickets will then be held at the venue's box office will call window on the event date.

    Tickets at will call are typically available one hour prior to the event time. In order to receive your tickets, you must present the credit card that was used to purchase the tickets, picture ID, and the Ticketmaster order number issued to you during the sale. The will call window at the box office is usually located near the main entrance of the venue.

    If you need anything else, we’re always here for you - just hit reply and ask us or visit Ticketmaster.com.

    Thanks for being a fan!

    Sincerely,

    Ticketmaster Fan Support

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  36. Thank you for the help, JC and Cindy. I had a German fan wondering about that and just sent him the info.

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  37. Posted this response on the LA thread, but its relevant for NY:

    "I also noticed all the scalper sites took down their Cure tickets for the Los Angeles show. I wonder why?"

    Because they don't actually HAVE TICKETS, lol. They put those up because they 'projected' to be able to buy mass quantities and sell them.

    Oops.

    The ticket restrictions just shot that plan down in flames. Even a scapler with 40 credit cards can only get 80 tickets to ONE show, lol.

    The 2 ticket max total is a brilliant plan, and you're seeing the effects of it on the scalpers.

    Most scalpers programs will buy mass tickets on a few credit cards or accounts. Problem here, is with the limitations, the numbers can't add up.

    I mean to get 100 tickets you would need 50 credit cards, lol.

    Typically can take a week or two to get approved, and in this economy no bank is going to approve 50 different credit card accounts in that amount of time.

    So the profesional scalpers are screwed here, which is why they are pulling down the 'projected, phantom' tickets they don't have, and probably will not get.

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  38. Dr. Fishbones, I hope you're right. This site still has (imaginary) tix for "sale" for NYC, ranging from $300-500 each. I hope these scum-of-the-earth idiots aren't able to get their greedy hands on too many.

    http://www.ticketliquidator.com/tix/the-cure-tickets.aspx

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  39. And just to add, StubHub, which is considered the most reputable sources for tickets - has nothing available for either show.

    Which tells me, no tickets have been distributed to anyone as of yet.

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  40. I’m not sure which section to pick for the Beacon: “Best Available” or “ORCHESTRA”. Anyone has an opinion on this topic?

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  41. Can anyone suggest a "reputable" Secondary Ticket seller other than Stub Hub?....just in case I have to go route? This will be my first time seeing them live..if I can get a ticket!!!

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  42. Yes, buy from a fellow Cure fan at face value if you can. We do not support brokers/scalpers here.

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  43. I mean you are free to do whatever you'd like, but I do not want to encourage anyone to use them or give them publicity.

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  44. Thanks Craig, that's definitely a much better alternative. Maybe with the 2 ticket max the fans will actually have some kind of a chance on Ticketmaster.

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  45. Shadowplay, I was wondering the same thing. Most likely going to go for "best available" instead of trying to be picky.
    Afraid if I'm picky and that tier is gone, I'll lose valuable seconds getting any seats at all.
    Good luck getting tickets all!

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  46. I think 100.00 for the Beacon is high, shit I am so broke, but I'll be lucky if I can get a 60.00 dollar seat on Monday morning. I wonder if any Ticketbastard's will be selling them at their offices that morning.

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  47. good luck to everyone who tries to get tickets, halloween's approaching quickly!

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  48. I thought I would check for the heck of it. I checked the RAH show and there are two tickets sitting in my cart. I'm not going to purchase them of course because I am not in the UK. Please log on ASAP to see if you can get these once I close the page. Cut and paste of my cart. Am I reading this right? Are tickets still available for the RAH show. This is through The Ticket Factory. It Loggia tickets. They only have two left. it's 10:58 here on the west coast of the USA right now.

    Shopping Basket


    My Tickets

    The Cure - Reflections
    Tue Nov 15 2011 - 7:30 PM
    Royal Albert Hall
    Ticket Ticket Type Total Booking Fee
    Loggia 25 Standard Type £150.00 £10.00
    Loggia 25 Standard Type £150.00 £10.00

    TOTAL £320.00


    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------


    Have you made changes to your order?
    Tickets Subtotal £320.00
    Transaction Fee £2.00
    Delivery Charge £0.00
    Total £322.00

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  49. It is saying I only have a minute and thirty seconds left before they release these tickets. If there is someone who wants them. Post here before I close the page

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  50. The time ran out :( I hope someone read this and grabbed them :) Now rather than "available" it's saying "sold out". I couldn't find the "RAH" post quick enough so I clicked on the first post I could fine regarding the tour.

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  51. I don't know what is going on, but they still have tickets as of 11:40 pm. I have two sitting in my cart again. How strange.

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  52. After about an hour re-adding the RAH tickets back into my shopping cart I finally got a hold of someone. Between the two of us we kept re-adding the tickets into our carts... we did this for about 3 hours until he found a Cure fan who would buy them. I found it surprising they still had tickets for Loggia at face value for sale. To make a long story short... we found a buyer whom is a true Cure fan :D So kept checking the site.

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  53. *So KEEP checking the site. Not enough sleep last night because of this, lol. :)

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  54. Hi:
    I met some of you folks in 2008 or 2009 at the pre-show meetup at Harvest Brewery! Hope to see you again! So, what's the strategy for the three shows...I mean, which ones to we try to buy first? I've never had this situation!
    Thanks,
    Veronica

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  55. My final long arse speculation post to help ease nerves before tomorrow: I am predicting a much easier ticket buying experience tomorrow then RAH.

    The Reasons Why (pun intended):

    1. It's been a few weeks since the announcement. My bet is with Halloween activities, etc people are going to forget about the onsale.

    2. The internet buzz. Barely any commentary this weekend here, on cureconnections, and on other cure sites. Pollstar doesn't even have The Cure in the top 20 searched concerts, which means not that many people are looking for dates.

    3. Three shows with severe ticket buying limitations. All during Thanksgiving week. Not exactly an easy time for people to get away or get out of prior commitments.

    4. LA may now have a slight advantage over NYC as it's still not on TM, meaning the casual seeker won't see it.

    5. Scalper sites don't have that many tickets. In face, none have any for LA. Tickets are tight and have not been distributed.

    6. Set list. It's a dream for us hardcore fans. But for the 'casual' fan it's 40 odd songs and zero hits. Other than Boys Don't Cry, and if they keep the 1983 singles in the encore. For example, I dig Tom Petty, but I would only see him play the hits. If he was playing 3 full albums I didn't know, I wouldn't probably go.

    Now does this mean it won't sell out in 1 minute like RAH? Who knows. As I've said before I don't underestimate the fervor of Cure fans. Back in 2008 both shows in NYC sold out - and they were much larger venues (MSG & RCMH).

    Good luck to all. Remember, log in to TM ahead of time. Make sure your CC's or debit card is up to date.

    See you on the other side, around 10:07am, lol.

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  56. Hello...just wanted to wish Good Luck getting tickets tomorrow to all cure fans :)

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  57. no competition here, im broke. happy ticket hunting!

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  58. happy halloween!
    good luck, friends!

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  59. good luck to everyone who needs tickets!

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  60. Thanks for your thoughtful comments, Dr. Fishbones! Good luck y'all!

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  61. Good luck, everyone! The stress is (hopefully) almost over. Happy Halloween!

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  62. And please remember to KEEP TRYING even if it says sold out. Don't waste time writing angry emails/texts to friends, or complaining on message boards. Stay focused on getting a ticket! There will be tickets that pop up after it is "sold out". With a little luck and lots of perseverance, you might just get one of them.

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  63. Also, make sure you're already logged in to your TM account and that your credit card info is accurate and up to date.

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  64. No problem, Shellheart. I've just seen it too many times, people complaining and getting angry about a "sell out", meanwhile, tickets are popping up while they write their angry letters of complaint. Forget that. Stay focused on the goal of getting a ticket.

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  65. woke up early to hopefully get a pair for the Sunday show (fingers crossed!)

    good luck everyone!

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  66. i got a ticket but verified by visa didn't work. so i lost the ticket and am unable to buy. so if anyone has an extra ticket for saturday i'd like to buy it off you.

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  67. managed to snag 2 tickets

    Orchestra 4, Row O 34-36.

    i'm really excited! Looks like i'm headed to NYC for the first time!! :D

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  68. I bought 2!!! first one on lower balcony. on a second attemp, w 39 orchestra...

    dont try to buy 2 together. buy one at a time...

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  69. Yes buy 1 at a time, just got mine for friday...:)

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  70. If you're having trouble, try calling them while you're waiting. I got tix to 2 nights - Friday and Sunday, lower balcony and row Y of Orch, respectively. WOO! But what a stressful experience. I have never experienced Ticketmaster.com taking 5-10 minutes to load a ticket after putting in the verification code. All 3 nights said sold out when I first tried. Then I tried again, while also calling their number. Got tix to one night online, and the other on the phone. Their automated system is terrible and slow though. Good luck everyone!!

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  71. It's 10:20 and still pretty easy to get a single seat to come up. Relief.

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  72. I had 3 computers going at the same time; all attempting to purchase 2 tickets for each day, and NONE of them got through. Total bullshit.

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  73. Single tickets widely available for all nights.

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  74. Anyone without tickets - just buy one at a time, still seem to be plenty available as single seats, no queue on Ticketmaster now either.

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  75. Impossible to buy 2 tickets. I bought 1 on 1 card then 1 on another. Not ideal as I may not be in the same section as my wife!

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  76. I got Orchestra row DD - dead center for Saturday night!
    It feels like my birthday.

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  77. As much as I hate Ticketbastard (and their extortionist prices), this time the online purchase worked like a charm. Got my tickets for Lower Balcony, dead center, on Saturday 11/26/11... woo hoo!

    Will there be a COF meet before the show? I've been lurking here for years, ever since the Bloodflowers promo shows I think... would be nice to finally meet some of you folks.

    Will be listening to 3IB, 17 sec, and Faith all day!

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  78. I know this board will be ablaze with ticket requests. So, unashamedly, I'm throwing mine into the mix here. I need one or two for Sunday night if anyone has any to sell. In addition to $, I'll offer any help, info, advice I can to you enjoying your NYC Cure experience (if you're traveling for the show). Good luck to all!

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  79. Just got 2 for Sunday night - tried again for Friday and Saturday - lots of single tix left

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  80. Doubt: what seat is best? orch3 w 39 or low balcony, d 102?

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  81. Orchestra seat for Saturday night! It pays to be a loner, I guess (esp at these prices!)
    Hope there is a COF pre-meet!

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  82. so excited for my Siamese Twin *voodoo smile* V

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  83. for the ones who couldnt get tickets yet, ,BUY ONLY ONE TICKET AT TIME!

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  84. I got a dead center row L orchestra seat for the first night and Lodge 1 row J for the second.
    The seating chart on the Beacon's website is much easier to understand imo.

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  85. here's the detailed seating chart
    http://beacontheatrenyc.com/media/global/beacon_seating.pdf

    it doesn't say which is orch 3, but if you can figure it out by row/seat number. 1-55 odd on the left 2-52 even on the right, 101-114 down the center

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  86. Jo, that's not the V we know and love. Different person. : )

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  87. Not that we don't love this V, too, just that it isn't the V you think it is. : )

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  88. Did anyone successfully buy two tickets together?

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  89. Yes, I successfully got 2 tickets together - a pair for Friday on the phone, a pair for Sunday online. But that was in the first 10 minutes.

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  90. there is more than one V? WOW, the world just got even more awesome.

    And yes, we love our 'original' V.

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  91. i have a ticket for saturday!! yey!

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  92. Thanks pills23, that's good to know. I'm buying tickets for LA, but I'm doing a little information gathering to plan my strategy.

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  93. bedtime for me.... stupid timezones.

    Good luck to all my Cure-y peeps.

    Much love.

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  94. Goodnight, Jo! I'm going to see The Cure again! : )

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  95. V 2.0, I'm sure we all would! : )

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  96. just got mine as well for saturday:),will only miss the sunday night , oh well.... bought my flight and a friend is putting me up! Sweet! So pleased after RAH experience

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  97. Does anyone agree that maybe NYC was tougher to get pairs due to how convenient the show is landing on Friday - Sunday whereas LA will be Monday - Wednesday? I'd like to believe so.

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  98. Yes me, I buy 2 ticks for sunday. T section 2

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  99. I ended up with a ticket in Row B of "Loge" balcony seating :D

    I was in Music Industry class on our final 10 minute break from our debate where we had to come up with our closing statements when tickets went on sale...I ended up with what seems like a good seat, and we won the debate!!! Excellent day :)

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  100. Very nice, Figurehead! Congratulations!

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  101. Is anyone else getting a 403 Forbidden error at TM, now?

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  102. Seeing as it seems lots of people have bought singles, do you think people will be happy to swap around seats (within reason) on the night?

    If anyone is near LOGE 1 A21 or LOGE 3 H31, I would be happy to help out (I'm flying in from the UK so it would be kinda nice to sit next to my better half!)

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  103. Seriously, screw all the people that are saying that they got tickets for more than one show. It's the same fucking show 3 night in a row! Way to steal tickets away from other fans who couldn't even get tickets for ONE of the shows.

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  104. I hate TM and the way they always drive me crazy buying tickets online. It was basically impossible to get two tickets at all from their website. I should have phoned at the first minute if I knew this. I just called now, and the girl on the phone told me: IT IS BASICALLY SOLD-OUT! Grrrr

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  105. Hey guys... I was able to get 2 tickets together for Friday nights show in the balcony. Due to scheduling issues I would have really preferred Saturday or Sunday, but figured I'd take what I could find. If anyone with tickets on Saturday or Sunday would be willing to trade please let me know! I'd pay any difference in price. Thank you!!

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  106. Once we are finished with the sales today, I will set up 2 tickets for sale/trade topics for the shows. That should make it easier for everyone.

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  107. if anyone would sell my two tickets at all for ANY NIGHT PLEASE PLEASE EMAIL ME PLEASE
    i don't even care if the seats arent together i just want to go
    dooditstiffany@aim.com

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  108. I have two tickets for Sunday night that will need to be sold. Face value. Was trying to get my friend to go. He has backed out. I am going to Friday show. Tickets I believe are upper balcony.
    Cheers

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  109. this is insane, i was at 10:00 online purchasing two tickets, and there were no tickets available?? i had to buy for my boyfriend and i in separate locations!! plesae tell me if anyone has two seats together that maybe we can swap??

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  110. Wondering if they'll spend the week comparing credit card names/addresses, so even if you had 3 people with 3 of your cards, they'll see the name/addy combination and reject the extra tickets. More would be available then. Just a thought.

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  111. Let me know the ticket location and an email address and I'll post it for you.

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  112. I wonder if they would really take the time to do that, or just hope the fear of canceled tickets would be enough to keep most people honest?

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  113. thanks Craig this is very important to me as im travelling from south america only to attend the concerts! i have for the 27 november: section l balc2 row d seat 10 and orchestra row t seat 25 if anyone has two orchestra seats i will swap and pay the difference thanks!

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  114. @Craig,

    then again, couldn't that be a reason why tickets won't be shipped/printed until Nov 7th?

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  115. sorry mi email is biancavaleria@hotamil.com

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  116. Yep. Just a lot of detective work for them to do in that week, and I'm not sure TM is up to the challenge. : )

    No offense meant to any TM employees reading this. The company just doesn't inspire a lot of confidence in what they do.

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  117. do not call 1-866-448-7849 automated line, had a orchestra ticket for sat and wouldn't take the credit card info and then went into a loop and i lost the ticket.
    I hate ticketmaster!!!! I am so furious !!!!!

    good luck to all the others who got seats up front, you are truly the lucky ones!!!

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  118. Yeah, forget what I said. Official word is that they are going to go through all orders and cancel if you are over the limit.

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  119. Sorry, Bartu, I was speaking to Pup242 who has tickets for sale.

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  120. ANYONE SELLING FRIDAY OR SATURDAY NYC TIX AT FACE VALUE? PLS EMAIL ME ASAP AT STEPHCURE@GMAIL.COM

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  121. Good Luck to everyone still trying to get tickets today and Congrats to everyone who got tickets! I won’t be able to make any Reflections shows but I’m excited for all of the Die-Hard Cure fans that can go. Have fun & enjoy! And to Craig, I'm glad you're going to see The Cure again! Have a Awesome time in NYC!

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  122. i got 2 for nyc, total of $203.00, at a brick and mortar ticketmaster, loge section h, 11/27...these were best available at 10:00am sharp, no one else on line.

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  123. From the LA post at Ticketbastard: There is a strict two (2) ticket limit across all three shows per household. You are allowed to purhcase two (2) tickets only for one show. Any orders exceeding the ticket limit will be cancelled with out notification.

    There is a fulfillment delay on this event. Tickets will be sent out once all orders have been verified.

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  124. IF ANYONE HAS TWO SATURDAY OR SUNDAY NIGHT TICKETS AT FACE VALUE PLEASE EMAIL ME at dooditstiffany@aim.com

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  125. I was able to pull up one ticket for saturdays show if anyone interested.

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  126. Since there is a two ticket limit for the weekend shows I would check TM periodically for minor ticket releases. Especially after tickets are mail out and the week of the show.
    Good Luck!

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  127. Is everyone feeling less stressed now? Hope so! In a way I'm a little bit and I mean a little bit glad I'm not going to a show in that the stress if getting tickets to see The Cure or any band for that matter is something I find hard to handle anymore. Waiting by the computer, clicking refresh over & over, passing over decent tickets to get something better but then wishing you didn't, CC debit etc is way crazy anymore. But for The Cure it is so worth it, I'd would have done the same But I'm just too Broke right now! For the fans who got a ticket I am truly happy for you! It will be a weekend to remember. ENJOY! :)

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  128. Does any one have an extra pair for the Saturday (NOV 26) show that they are looking to sell?

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  129. Does any one have an extra pair for the Saturday (NOV 26) show that they are looking to sell? Email me with any information.
    kylerobinson.burlingtoncougars@gmail.com

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  130. Everyone looking to trade, please also post in the sale/trade topics I just posted. Thanks.

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  131. Ticketmaster fu'd this up again. Within 2 seconds I was in on two browser looking for any price any location. After waiting in the queue for 3 minutes, I was told no tickets were available. I tried a few times with the same results and eventually after 20 minutes, I called and got tickets through the automated phone system. Ill never use the website again. I got crappy seats, but I got seats... then I bought a pair in orchestra center on stubhub.

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  132. Nice picture view of the inside of Beacon to get an idea of the orchestra sections. Can make out the row letters also.

    http://www.glidemagazine.com/hiddentrack/wp-content/uploads/2009/04/610x.jpg

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  133. Craig, this is gonna sound soppy, but I cannot express how HAPPY I am that you are going to see The Cure again.

    Reflections is AWESOME. You are going to love it.

    *running hug*

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  134. Hello there, I have an extra ticket for London. I'm selling it at face value. The seat is located in Stall J, 7 row, 61 seat. I'm still waiting for the ticket to arrive. I guess I'll get it within a week.

    If you are interested, please email me at:

    leeveedad@hotmail.com

    Thanks and cheers.

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  135. Just a second ago, while watching Conan in NY, They had a road trip segment on Andy driving from WB studios in LA, to the Beacon Theater in NY. When Andy finally got to the Beacon, The Marquee had THE CURE on it in big red letters! The show has a lot of good shots of what the theater looks like inside. Conan will be at the beacon for the rest of the week if you want to see the theater, it is really beautiful in there.

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  136. Can anyone give me some info on how bad are the seats with obstructed view, right behind the soundboard (orch 1, row S), on Beacon theatre? Any chance I’d be able to see the band or it will be only some guy’s back?
    Thank you.
    :)

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  137. Good question, which seats have obstrutec view in BT? DOes anyone knows?

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  138. @Luciano
    I believe if it wasn’t mentioned when you bought your ticket, your seat won’t have obstructed view. In my receipt it’s described like this:
    Section ORCH
    Row S
    Description Price Level 2
    ORCHESTRA
    OBSTRUCTED VIEW!!!

    I’ve managed to get two like that and one more ORCH (thankfully with no obstructed view), now I’m wondering which ones to keep, as I’d like to stay with my friend but also fully enjoy the concert (including “watching” it!)

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  140. Calling the Beacon 212-465-6500 can clear up the obstructed view question. TicketMaster wont be able to tell you.

    For those on the upper/lower balconies - here's a nice "rotating view" of the combined area:

    http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2009/02/12/nyregion/20090212-beacon-pano.html

    Unfortunately, I'm way up in the back by the exit doors - :P - On the bright side they still look to be better/closer than any previous Cure concert I've been to. Can not wait!

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  141. Does anyone knows if Ticketmaster will send an e-mail about whom got cancelled tickets?

    And when this new tickets will be on line?

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