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Wimbledon warning: unauthorised tickets sold by touts will be cancelled

Wimbledon warning about buying tickets to the tennis from touts on Gumtree or Ebay because they will be cancelled.

Regulator threatens Viagogo with court action

Following enforcement action, three major secondary ticketing websites have pledged to make improvements - but Viagogo is yet to act.

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New law will ban use of bots to bulk buy tickets

New law bans ticket touts from using bots to bulk buy event tickets. Which? offers top tips for protecting yourself from dodgy ticket sellers online.

New secondary ticketing site rules announced

Resellers will now have to provide unique ticketing numbers as the government cracks down on secondary ticketing sites.

Crackdown on secondary ticketing sites

Secondary ticketing websites have been told ‘the price you see at the start should be the price you pay at the end’. The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) took action against...

As many as 10,000 tickets for Ed Sheeran’s 2018 UK tour cancelled

Up to 10,000 tickets for Ed Sheeran’s 2018 UK stadium tour which were sold on the secondary market have now been cancelled, according to the tour promoters. Ed Sheeran’s 2018...

Ed Sheeran takes decisive stance against ticket touts

New tickets for Ed Sheeran’s European and UK Tour, on sale from 9am on Saturday 8 July, will only be deemed valid if they are bought direct or via the official...

Which? warning on suspicious Olympics ticket site

With the Rio 2016 Olympic Games less than two weeks away, Which? is warning that a site is selling Olympic tickets in breach of official ticket restrictions.

Which? puts ticket companies on deadline to defend practices

Which? is giving ticket companies one month’s notice to justify their practices or we will take our evidence to the Competition and Markets Authority.

Refunds for unauthorised Olympics ticket sales

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.

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