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Topic # 55914 10-Jan-2010 01:18
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I am trying to purchase big day out tickets from here:

http://www.ticketmaster.co.nz/Big-Day-Out-tickets/artist/1077148

When i get to the order page it doesn't list courier or mail as an option to receive my tickets. It only has venue pickup. Why wouldn't ticketmaster have a courier option as the event is still a few days away?

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  Reply # 288611 10-Jan-2010 07:55
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Because they wont be able to guarantee delivery. Just go and buy them from real groovy or similar.

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  Reply # 288613 10-Jan-2010 09:32
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Have you asked them?

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  Reply # 288736 10-Jan-2010 17:59
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yes I have.

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  Reply # 288759 10-Jan-2010 18:35
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which city are you in?




Do whatever you want to do man.

  

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  Reply # 288851 11-Jan-2010 08:50
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Don't risk it !!! just pick it up, it took 5 days for mine to get here back in November, so it'll be about the same or longer due to people sending everything else.

Should be awesome, really looking forward to Muse!!!




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