How To Tell If Your Ticketmaster Vouchers Are Still Good, Because Sadly, They Won't Last Forever

Due to a settlement of a class action lawsuit, millions of people are currently the lucky recipients of free Ticketmaster vouchers. And if you've been wondering how to tell if your Ticketmaster vouchers are still good? Well, I've got more good news for you on that front, too: Your account should tell you. What's more, it's easy to find out. Isn't technology grand?

The reason so many of us are now blessed with magical discounts on Ticketmaster tickets is due to the class action lawsuit Curt Schlesinger et al. v. Ticketmaster. The case recently settled, and as a result, customers who purchased tickets via Ticketmaster during a specific space of time have been given vouchers to balance the scales a bit. So hey, guess what? If you're one of the 50 million people who used Ticketmaster between Oct. 21, 1999, and Feb. 27, 2013, there's a good chance you have some vouchers waiting for you in your account.

So, how long are they good for? And how do you know if they've expired? Easy: Just check your account. To do so, login to Ticketmaster as usual, find the section labeled "Vouchers" on the right hand side, and click "Active Vouchers." That should bring up all the vouchers you have in your account (if any, that is), which will be convenient accompanied by an expiration date. The expeiration date should be listed to the right of the amount of the voucher, like so:

As is the case here, you'll probably have almost four full years to use your ticket vouchers — many of them aren't set to expire until 2020. But that doesn't mean you shouldn't use them; the year 2020 might seem like an age away, but it'll be here faster than you think, especially since people can have up to 17 vouchers. That means that those people need to see an average of more than four shows per year to use them all. And you don't want January of 2020 to roll around only to realize you've only used half your vouchers, do you? I mean, come on. Discounted tickets. That's not something you'll want to pass up.

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