Music and theatre tickets are still being sold unlawfully on some of the UK’s biggest secondary ticketing sites, new Which? research reveals.
Which? spent eight weeks monitoring of the biggest secondary ticketing websites and found evidence that the market is failing fans.
A Which? investigation has revealed listings on some well-known ticket resale websites are in breach of the Consumer Rights Act 2015.
A scam website selling Rugby World Cup 2015 tickets has been shut down after Which? exposed it as falling foul of the law and breaching tournament ticket rules.
Festival season has started, but figures from Action Fraud reveal they’ve already received 533 reports of ticket fraud.
Hundreds of concert-goers have complained to fraud investigators after tickets purchased from online ticket website Circle Tickets failed to show up.
Websites reselling tickets must be honest on prices, charges and seat location from today. New rules aim to stop consumers paying hugely inflated prices
The High Court has ruled that unauthorised Olympic ticket sellers Euroteam AS, Uncus AS and Ticket and Travel AS must provide full refunds to customers.
Buying tickets to a major event is hard work, but scam ticket sites make it tougher still. We’ve identified nine tell-tale signs to stop you getting scammed.
A new Which? investigation has found that some official ticket sellers charge you the equivalent of a fifth of the price of your tickets in extra charges