Stubhub No Refund for Covid-19 Cancellations Class Action

Stubhub, Inc. and its subsidiary or affiliate, Last Minute Transactions, Inc., offer what the complaint calls “the world’s largest ‘secondary market’ for event tickets” from the Stubhub website. Under their FanProtect guarantee, they promised customers they would give cash refunds for canceled shows—until Covid-19 showed up. The complaint for this class action alleges that the  Read more

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Thunder on the Mountain Cancellation Settlement

This settlement resolves a class action concerning the Thunder on the Mountain music festival in Ozark, Arkansas in June 2015. The festival was canceled just before it was to begin, and purchasers of many types of festival passes and permits for vendor booths never received refunds. This settlement includes $450,000 from an earlier, partial settlement  Read more

An Earlier Thunder on the Mountain Festival

Legoland and Other Attractions Refunds for Closures Class Action

Many businesses and institutions have been forced to closed under state governors’ orders to prevent the spread of Covid-19. In some instances, customers have been refused refunds for amounts they prepaid for things like tuition, airfare, or season passes. This class brings suit against Merlin Entertainments Group US Holdings, Inc. and its related companies and  Read more

Gate to Legoland California

StubHub No Refunds for Canceled Events Class Action

StubHub, Inc. is a ticket resale company the offers a FanProtect Guarantee, “a trademarked promised that guaranteed consumers they would be protected against the risks of buying from a ticket reseller[,]” says the complaint for this class action. Nevertheless, the complaint claims that StubHub is refusing to refund money paid for tickets when the events  Read more

Audience Crowd at Outdoor Concert

Canada Festival Metro Metro Ticket Price Settlement

The Festival Metropolitain pour la Musique Urbaine is settling a Canadian class action alleging that it violated the Consumer Protection Act by charging higher prices for tickets than advertised. The complaint alleged that the ticket sellers tacked on added fees and delivery costs that significantly raised ticket prices above the advertised amounts. To see the  Read more

Ticketmaster TradeDesk Program Supports Scalpers Class Action

What, exactly, is Ticketmaster’s TradeDesk program? The complaint for this class action alleges that it is simply to enable scalpers, so that Ticketmaster can get a second cut of revenue on sales.   Read more

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Ticketmaster Winks at Scalpers for a Cut of the Action, Says Class Action

This complaint claims that Ticketmaster, LLC and Live Nation Entertainment, Inc. have allowed ticket scalpers to flourish rather than getting rid of them, alleging that the companies receive kickbacks from scalpers’ sales. This allows them to make money on the same tickets twice, the complaint claims: once when the tickets are originally sold and then  Read more

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Floyd Mayweather, Jr. and Conor McGregor Pay-Per-View Settlement

Ultimate Fighting Championship has agreed to settle a lawsuit made up of five consolidated class actions alleging that, because of flaws in its online streaming system, purchasers of the pay-per-view Floyd Mayweather, Jr. and Conor McGregor fight were unable to see some or all of the fight. The complaints assert various claims, including breach of  Read more

Showtime Defective Live Stream of Mayweather Fight California Class Action

The Showtime pay-per-view (PPV) event on August 26, 2017 was billed as a “superfight” between Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor, along with three additional fights. Viewers could see it through cable TV and satellite providers or through apps using live online streaming. However, according to the complaint, because of high traffic, many with the live  Read more

Live Nation/Ticketmaster Postponed Concert No Ticket Refund Class Action

Janet Jackson scheduled her Unbreakable World Tour with concerts on about thirty dates, beginning in September 2015. In the complaint to this class action, plaintiff Tiana Adams says she bought two tickets to the January 16, 2016 show in Anaheim, CA through Vivid Seats, from Ticketmaster. Unfortunately, according to the complaint, the show was postponed—first  Read more