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Ticketmaster class action settlement may be waiting in your inbox

(Source: Ticketmaster.com) (Source: Ticketmaster.com)
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You could be owed a refund for your purchase of concert tickets, but how do you know? The answer may be in your email inbox.

Every ticket you purchased between October 1999 and February 2013 could potentially be good for discounts on future Ticketmaster because of a class action settlement.

A multi-million dollar settlement has been reached over deceptive and excess fees tacked on to Ticketmaster account holders' purchases and it means refunds toward their future ticket purchases.

According to the settlement administrator, the refunds will be applied to Ticketmaster purchases made between October 21, 1999 and February 27, 2013. Account holders can earn up to a maximum of 17 discount codes or credits on their account, worth $2.25 each toward future Ticketmaster purchases. If their tickets were shipped by UPS, they could earn up to 17 UPS discount codes worth $5.00 each.

The codes will automatically appear in customers' Ticketmaster accounts June 18th.

So check your inbox for an email from Ticketmaster. You might have a refund waiting for you too!

Copyright 2016 WSFA 12 News. All rights reserved. WMC Action News 5 Contributed to this report.

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