www.EntertainmentRewardsSettlement.com – Ticketmaster Rewards Lawsuit

The class action lawsuit entitled John Mancini, et al. v. Ticketmaster revolves around claims that Ticketmaster enrolled consumers into a “Entertainment Rewards” program through a process that was likely to deceive (or trick) people into paying for a online coupon service that cost around $9.00.  The $9 charge was placed to the customer credit or debit card they used to purchase tickets at Ticketmaster.  The case will be held in California in Courtroom 840, 8th Floor, 255 East Temple Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012.  Class members also contend that the “entertainment rewards” program was not used by the vast majority of enrollees and did not benefit from the program.  There is thought to be over 1,120,000 people who were charged this hidden fee and approximately $85 million were paid by these customers!  The lawsuit states that Ticketmatser is in violation of both California and federal law.   You could be a class member of the Ticketmaster Entertainment Rewards Settlement if your purchased tickets off ticketmaster.com between September 27, 2004 and June 9, 2009 and were enrolled in the enrolled in the “Entertainment Rewards” discount coupon program.

The estimated deadline date to submit a claim in the case is August 28, 2013.  A settlement fairness hearing will take place on or around July 29, 2013 at  255 East Temple Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012.

Class members will be represented by Adam Gutride, Esq. Seth Safier, Esq. Gutride Safier LLP and Jeffrey K. Berns, Esq. Lee A. Weiss, Esq. Berns Weiss LLP.

The maximum cash settlement in the case is up to a maximum of $30 per class members.  The class adminstrato can be reached at:

Ticketmaster Entertainment Rewards
Claim Administrator
c/o GCG
P.O. Box 35046
Seattle, WA 98124-3508