Fans Sue Springsteen Tour Sellers Who Glommed Tickets for Brokers

, New Jersey Law Journal

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Bruce Springsteen fans who claim they paid too much for tickets to his 2012 Wrecking Ball tour are suing the concert promoters for consumer fraud.

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  • DarrenInDC

    If a consumer believes the cost of a ticket is too high, why in the world would s/he nonetheless pay that too-high price? No one held a gun to her/his head. And besides, who in their right mind is paying good money, much less wasting valuable time, to see a hypocritical commie senior citizen rail against the capitalist system that made him a multimillionaire? "Caveat emptor," you silly dopes. Stop whining and blaming others for your own stupidity and irresponsible behavior.

  • Bill Grae

    Seldom has an ALM article made me happier to read. This is an archetypical example of an industry saying, "Yeah, so what are you going to DO about it? Go ahead and SUE ME!" FINALLY, an elegant application of the law to a genuine wrong.

  • Katmandu

    It‘s about time. This has been going on for too many years and long-standing, true fans are the ones who suffer.

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