Class Eligibility:

The settlement covers users of the Ticketmaster.com website between 9/27/04 and 6/9/2009, who were enrolled and charged for the Entertainment Reward program, did not use the program, and have not yet received a full refund.

Estimated Amount:

The settlement provides for a refund of membership fees up to a maximum of $30.

The settlement may be reduced if it is oversubscribed, but in this case given the size of the settlement it is unlikely that this would happen.

Proof of Purchase:

NOT required

Claim Form: Ticketmaster Entertainment Rewards Claim Form
Case Name: John Mancini, et al. v. Ticketmaster, et al., Case No. CV-07-01459 DSF
Craig and Julie Johnson v. Ticketmaster, et al., Case No. CV-08-07509 DSF
Case Summary:

We welcome repeat visitor, Ticketmaster, back to our site. In this case, Ticketmaster apparently not satisfied with it’s extortionate fees, is accused of tricking it’s customers into enrolling into an Entertainment Rewards program that billed them $9 per month and that few customers knew they were enrolling in and even fewer used. Ticketmaster denies the accusation, but nonetheless agreed to the settlement.

Settlement Pool: $23,000,000 (cap)
Settlement Website: Ticketmaster Entertainment Rewards Settlement
Claim Form Deadline: August 28, 2013 (or later)
Claims Administrator: Ticketmaster Entertainment Rewards
Claim Administrator
c/o GCG
P.O. Box 35046
Seattle, WA 98124-3508