I got an email this morning saying that as a result of a class action suit against Ticketmaster I was eligible to get a certain number of $2.25-off coupons on future tickets.
I hate Ticketmaster. They charge ridiculous fees in addition to the ticket prices, that often total another 50% above the cost of the ticket. If you download the receipt, print it yourself using your own printer, ink, and paper, then take the receipt to the venue, and stand in line at the ticket office to pick up the actual ticket, Ticketmaster still charged you significant "delivery", "convenience", and "service" fees (separate fees, in addition to others). That's what the suit was about, that the fees do not reflect the actual costs of any of their services, they're just pure profit disguised as costs. And what pissed me off the most about Ticketmaster is that for a lot of events, they were the ONLY way to get tickets! They were a monopoly.
So, anyway, the resolution to the class action suit is that you have to buy MORE tickets on which you can use your $2.25 coupon. And in all the online articles I have skimmed, nowhere do I see any indication that Ticketmaster has been required to halt the ripoff fees.
I really don't think the plaintiff attorneys on this case earned their millions.