on 26-11-2017 12:49
if I want to get tickets for both Manchester and London for a concert of the same tour (different dates), does that mean that I can get 6 tickets for London and 6 for Manchester or 6 in total for both events?
And do the 6 tickets have to be in 1 purchase or I can make more purchases?
26-11-2017 12:59 - edited 26-11-2017 13:01
@AnonymousHave a look here...go to tickets.. all the info should be there
as far as I am aware it's better to buy tickets for different venues separately
on 26-11-2017 13:08
If I want to get tickets for London and I buy 1 in the morning, can I still buy more later or I have only one chance?
on 26-11-2017 15:10
Read this @Anonymous
Applications - O2 customers can apply to purchase Priority Tickets from the authorised ticket agent or ticketing partner of the applicable venue ("Ticketing Partner"), which may include Ticketweb, TicketMaster or AXS, as applicable. Applications to purchase Priority Tickets should be made via the Priority site or Priority app by following the link to the applicable Priority Ticket offer. Only one application per person and per mobile phone number (if applicable) is allowed. There is a limit to the number of Priority Tickets that can be purchased per application and this limit will be advised when purchasing tickets ("Maximum Ticket Number"). Standard Ticketing Partner purchase policy applies to all ticket purchases. Capacity restrictions may apply during busy periods.
When a family member attempted to get tickets for a gig they were limited to 4 per application. This may have changed now...though certainly only one application per member allowed. Either try on different days or get a friend to get tickets for the other gig...
on 12-12-2017 10:26
The best advice is to check with the ticket vendor for the events you are looking to get tickets for.
Please let us know if there’s anything else we can do and enjoy the concert!!!!
Thanks a lot @Anonymous and @Cleoriff for the help!