Leadership / 02.21.19
Proposed Bill Would Protect Secondary-Ticket Market Sales
Associated Press (02/18/19)
Legislation introduced in the Arizona House aims to protect the rights of the secondary ticket market by restricting the limits that teams, bands, and venues can impose on a ticket and the buyer's right to transfer or sell it. Rep. T.J. Shope's (R-Ariz.) bill would only permit ticket sellers to issue non-transferable tickets if they also offer tickets that can be gifted or sold following the initial purchase. Sellers also would be prohibited from denying access to anyone who bought a ticket on the secondary market. According to Stubhub officials, consumers expect that when they purchase a ticket, it becomes their personal property.
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Tags: News , StubHub , Secondary Ticketing