Ticket websites prompted to tackle touts

News: 26th May 2016 by Louise Dodgson under Finance, Law & Music Business, Live

With an independent review of the secondary ticketing market due to be published today, a recent survey by Which? has unveiled that more could be done by ticketing websites to prevent touts snapping up gig tickets. Just this week Radiohead tickets have soared to £6,000 through secondary ticketing and a while back Adele tickets were found on the web for sale at £25,000. 

More info below and please sign the petition (link also below) to enforce the Consumer Rights Act to protect music, arts and sport fans from touts.

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