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Elton John Tickets on Sale Today

Visa News Alert
Elton John Tickets on Sale Today

6 November 2006 – Visa cardholders have the exclusive opportunity to purchase tickets to Elton John’s one and only New Zealand performance in Wellington on December 6, before the rest of the country.

Tickets go on sale this morning at 9am and can only be purchased online through www.visaentertainment.co.nz.

Demand for tickets is expected to be high so fans are advised to log on to the Visa Entertainment website promptly at 9am to secure tickets. This offer has been developed in conjunction with Wellington Promoters Capital C: Concerts and Visa Entertainment partner Ticketek. Cardholders will be required to register online with Ticketek to buy tickets - it is suggested they do so before the pre-sale starts to save time.

The exclusive Visa pre-sale period will run through until 5pm on November 7, or until the Visa ticket allocation sells out. General public sales go live on Thursday November 9.

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