Don’t Take Away Our Right To Resell Tickets! Oppose Rhode Island Restricted Ticketing Bills!
When tickets go on sale, loyal Rhode Island fans line up for the chance to see our favorite artists, sports teams, or events. We go online, pick up the phone or wait in line for hours to purchase tickets. But sometimes life gets in the way, and we can’t attend a highly anticipated show or the big game. If Ticketmaster and their allies have their way, we won’t be able to sell, donate, or even give away the tickets we bought and own.
Rhode Island General Assembly bills H-7543 and S-2658 are an attempt by ticket giants like Ticketmaster and the venues they do business with to further monopolize ticket sales by eliminating your rights to use, donate or resell tickets however you choose. That’s not right!
No other industry operates this way in Rhode Island, because these restrictions violate some of our most fundamental consumer and property rights.
It’s time to protect our rights as fans – write to your Rhode Island legislators and tell them to stand with fans, not ticket industry monopolies, and oppose H-7543 and S-2658!
I’m asking you to stand with the loyal fans of Rhode Island by opposing H-7543 and S-2658. These bills would impose restricted ticketing and take away my rights as a fan to sell, donate, or even give away the sports, concert, and event tickets I’ve purchased and own.
H-7543 and S-2658is an attempt by ticket companies and the venues they do business with to further monopolize ticket sales by eliminating my right as a fan to use, give away or resell my ticket however I choose. When I buy a new Chevy from the dealer, the dealer cannot dictate me when, how and what price I resell my car for, but this legislation would give venues and ticket sellers the legal authority to dictate how, where and for how much fans resell for or even give away their tickets.
Please stand with Rhode Island fans by opposing restricted ticketing bills H-7543 and S-2658.
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