Iron Maiden Going Paperless For Final Maiden England Show
In an effort to ensure fans get fair and proper access to tickets and do not pay over the actual ticket price through scalpers or second-hand brokers, the band have announced the London show will be totally ticketless (paperless) ticketing using the latest technology.
"We are all very pleased to round off this part of the tour back home to celebrate and it promises to be a great night," explains Iron Maiden manager Rod Smallwood. "We used ticketless (paperless) ticketing on our North American tours in 2010 and 2012 and it worked extremely well and we received many positive comments back from our fans.
"With ticketless (paperless) ticketing, only those who actually pay initially for the tickets will get into the show so scalping is generally avoided. We are also doing everything we can to avoid any drain of tickets going to the secondary ticketing sites, which we feel make unfair profits from music fans and often lessen the number of tickets available to real fans, especially at the on-sale." more on this story
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