New NYC Law makes Buying Concert Tickets a more Transparent Experience

A new NYC bill, titled the “Disclosure of service fee charges associated with tickets to entertainment events in NYC” was proposed by NYC lawmakers, forces ticket selling retailers to fully disclose the price of each ticket, including added service and convenience fees, up front. 

Recently, concert tickets for Taylor Swift’s “Eras” Tour cost, at face-value, from $49 to $499. When they were sold on Ticketmaster, though, some Swifties ended up paying far more for each stadium seat, after days of waiting in line. And that’s just for the ticket alone.

What buyers don’t always know is that when they select their seat number and squint at their credit cards, is

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