Tried to order concert tickets last night when they went on pre sale, completed the purchase (or so I thought ) and then the site said purchase was not successful. When I tried to do order again it came up with "whoops this link is broken. Still cannot get on to site and tickets will go on general sale tomorrow!!!!!
Hello, I think the website you visit is not reliable. I recommend you to use en.damai.cn. It is the top 1 among Chinese-language ticket-selling business website, from which you can find nearly all kinds of tickets for music concerts, sports events, Chinese arts and theater shows. Its Official site: www.damai.cn, and for English users: en.damai.cn. Hope it can also help you.
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Possibly anyone volunteering to answer your question on Fixya.com will know much about the upcoming Neil Diamond concert in Perth, Western Australia (well, really Caversham at the Sandalford Winery.) Most who volunteer to answer for Fixya.com are based in the USA. Note: To those of us in the USA, the abbreviation "WA" means the US state of Washington. :)
I am answering from the USA.
You did not state where (through what online seller) you purchased your tickets. I do find they have been (were?) sold online through TicketMaster Australia. If you purchased your tickets through TicketMaster Australia, I suggest you pose your question to them.
Personal opinion: If you did not purchase your tickets through TicketMaster Australia, you may be justified in wondering if the tickets are counterfeit.
hi lilwallace; The federal excise tax of 8% on the round trip ticket is calculated by multiplying 8% times the price of the ticket. Remember 8% is written as .08 when we multiply. $832 times .08 = $66.56 is the excise tax
$832 times .06 = $49.92 is the sales tax
Now we just add the ticket price plus the excise tax and the sales tax and we get $832 + $66.56 + $49.92 = $948.44
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