Ticketmaster Contact Info
- Head Office 2nd Floor | Regent Arcade House, 19-25 Argyll Street, London W1F 7TS
You can also find free information for this company for free by visiting their website.
Ticketmaster Opening Hours
Since launching in May 1998, Ticketmaster.co.uk has established itself as the market leader in online ticket purchasing in the UK. The site provides consumers with quick and secure real-time access 24-hours daily to Ticketmaster’s wide range of tickets for music, theatre, performing arts, sports, and attractions.
Ticketmaster is also a founding member of STAR (Society of Ticket Agents and Retailers), a London-based trade group that ensures quality and fair business practices for the live event ticketing industry.
The quickest way to contact Ticketmaster is by using the telephone number at the top of the page. However, we have listed their address and website too if you'd like to try contacting them that way.
Here at Customer Service Support we recommend putting your complaint in writing to Ticketmaster. A telephone call, followed by a written complaint could help your query be resolved more quickly. What’s more, you’ll have a written record of your communication with Ticketmaster for future reference should you need it.
The peak time for most companies receiving calls is around 5-6pm, so try and avoid lengthy call queues by contacting them during the day if possible. However, the full opening hours for Ticketmaster are Mon-Fri 9am-8pm | Sat-Sun 10am-4pm
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Finding out if your tickets have been dispatched or not is very easy to do. If you want to do this then you just need to go onto your online account. When you have done this, you can then see which of your tickets have been sent out and you can also see if there is anything that you can do to try and expedite them.
Yes, you do need to pay for the delivery of your tickets. If you do not want to pay for any reason at all then it is important that you contact Ticketmaster in advance. When you do this, they may be able to give you the chance to print out your own tickets.
Finding out if your tickets are on a deal is super easy to do. Simply go onto the deal section on Ticketmaster to try and find out more about this or even give their team a call today.