Ticket limits are set up to make sure that every one can buy tickets fairly. This ensures that the first people at a sale don't buy all of the tickets at once and don't leave anything for those coming after them. At very popular events the event promoters will often set a limit on the amount of tickets each person can buy. Ticket limits can either count per order, person, or household. You will definitely be notified about the limit and any special rules regarding them before you make your purchase. We reserve the right to cancel orders, which go over the ticket limit set by the event promoters.
Articles in this section
- Why is there a time limit to booking tickets online?
- Why do I suddenly have different tickets in my order than I originally chose?
- Why can't tickets be traded or returned?
- Why can't I order any amount of tickets for some events (e.g. only 4 tickets)?
- Why can't I leave single seats free?
- Why can't I choose the eTicket option?
- What is ticket personalization?
- What is a presale and how to I book tickets for it?
- What does "currently no tickets available" mean?
- What are VIP tickets and how are they delivered?