MPs warn concert-goers to avoid Viagogo
A committee of MPs has today taken the "highly unusual" step of warning consumers not to buy or sell tickets through secondary ticket selling website Viagogo
19 March 2019
Viagogo still not complying with court order, watchdog warns
The competition watchdog has warned that secondary ticket seller Viagogo is still not compliant with a court order put in place to protect consumers, and says it is preparing legal action to find the firm in contempt
5 March 2019
Advertising watchdog lifts sanctions on Viagogo
The ASA has lifted sanctions placed on Viagogo after it changed the way it displayed prices
4 September 2018
Olly Murs concerts cancelled after promoter stops trading – can you get a refund?
Olly Murs fans have been left out of pocket after two of the singer's tour dates were cancelled
20 July 2017
'Four £66 Ed Sheeran tickets cost me £1,400 – but I got my money back'
Gig-goers have been left hundreds of pounds out of pocket following a 'hiccup' on the Viagogo site
3 February 2017
Second-hand ticket sites investigated amid 'transparency concerns'
The CMA has warned it will take action against secondary ticketing websites found to be flouting consumer law
19 December 2016
Ticket booking fees 'getting beyond a joke'
Which? launches a push to reform fees that can add over a third extra to the cost of music, comedy and theatre tickets
17 December 2013
Credit and debit card fee clampdown begins
Firms will no longer be able to charge excessive credit and debit card fees when new rules come into force tomorrow
5 April 2013
Government to ban surcharges on debit and credit card payments on flights, concert tickets and more
The move follows a call by the OFT for the fees, often added in the final stages of a transaction, to be banned on debit cards
23 December 2011
Tesco launches fee free concert ticket service
Consumers can now buy concert tickets without incurring booking fees or card charges, which many companies add on
3 June 2011
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