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Bon Jovi to rock New Zealand in December


Bon Jovi to rock New Zealand in December

Auckland, New Zealand, 29 June 2010 – Rock’s global icons, Bon Jovi, return to New Zealand for two concerts in December and local Visa debit, credit and prepaid cardholders can snap up advanced tickets.

As part of the global Circle Tour, Bon Jovi will play Westpac Stadium in Wellington on December 4 and Auckland’s Mt Smart Stadium on December 5, 2010.

For both shows, a special Visa Entertainment premium pre-sale starts from Tuesday 29 June noon until Sunday 4 July at 9am*. Presale ticket details are available at

Tickets will go on sale to the general public on Thursday 8 July.

Visa cardholders in New Zealand are eligible for free membership of Visa Entertainment, a cardholder benefit program providing access to special offers from some major entertainment brands.

Cardholders can sign up to the program at to access special offers instantly using their Visa credit, debit or prepaid card. No points or waiting periods are required for redemption.
The Bon Jovi presale is the latest in a host of offerings from Visa Entertainment, including ticket presales for John Mayer, Lady Gaga, Pearl Jam, Simon and Garfunkel, COLDPLAY, Westlife, Rock2WGTN, The Rolling Stones, Snow Patrol, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Elton John and INXS.

For more entertainment offers go to

*Important Visa Premium Pre-sale Information
Visa Entertainment offers Visa cardholders the opportunity to purchase tickets to popular events prior to the general public. During this internet pre-sale, a premium access fee of $20 per ticket has been applied to ensure the allocation of seating prior to general public on sale. No money from the sale of presale tickets is paid to Visa.


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