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PIT Questions for a 1st timer


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Hey guys, sorry if this has been discussed elsewhere, but I'm really trying to find out how the Pit works. I have been offered the chance to buy some PIT tickets for the Raleigh concert before the show. I have looked everywhere but I can't find how much these tickets are worth just as face value. Does anyone have the price? I'm meeting the person at the show, and he said that they are e-tickets. This scares me a little bit, I would rather have a hard ticket. Does anyone know any warning signs for a fake PIT e-ticket? Does it say orchestra and GA on the ticket? Just trying to make sure I don't get screwed here ha, I really can't wait to see Coldplay.

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Hey man.

 

Different venues have different policies on the PIT. First, the Pit is the way to go in my opinion to see any concert, especially Coldplay :D

 

In Atlanta, I had E tickets for the Pit. That was a Ticketmaster event I believe. It's weird, because if you make copies of your ticket, it would let someone else in the PIT once they got in with their own ticket.

 

I have hard tickets to the PIT in Charlotte. It's a Live Nation event. From my understanding, there were no e tickets sold for the Charlotte PIT. I would have chosen that option if available to me, because it's easier to send to someone if, worse case, I can no longer go.

 

As for what they say on the ticket, my ticketmaster E ticket from Atlanta said Section PIT, Row P1 Seat 63. I don't have my Charlotte ticket in front of me to check.

 

Hope this helpful.

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Be careful in buying e-tickets, if the seller is giving you a printout, be aware that they can easily print that same page over and over and resell the ticket. Whoever gets scanned first gets the real ticket. The face value is about $130-$140 depending on the venue

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Be careful in buying e-tickets, if the seller is giving you a printout, be aware that they can easily print that same page over and over and resell the ticket. Whoever gets scanned first gets the real ticket. The face value is about $130-$140 depending on the venue

 

That's why I came here. Does anyone know for sure that they are selling E-Tickets for the Pit at Raleigh?

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