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Warning issued over fake Electric Picnic tickets
28 Aug 2015 16:04
Ticketmaster has warned festival goers to be on the lookout for fake tickets for Electric Picnic and other upcoming music events over the coming weeks after a spate of recent forgeries.
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In a statement today Ticketmaster's Keith English said many people have been duped recently by counterfeit tickets saying "We have seen a number of people very disappointed when they were turned away from recent shows because their tickets were fake."
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Today the public were reminded that Electric Picnic is sold-out and that Ticketmaster's print at home delivery method was not enabled for the three day festival in Stradbally.
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Mr English added: "We would urge fans to only buy tickets from official sources otherwise they cannot be sure whether the tickets are genuine or not and they could end up having their day ruined when they are refused entry to the event and be at the loss of their money as well."
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Ticketmaster has said it is working closely with the Gardai to combat the problem of counterfeit tickets.
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To avoid any hassle don't forget you can win a pair of tickets to Electric Picnic here.
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