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Ticketmaster drops handling fee on DIGITAL NATIONZ tickets

Ticketmaster drops $8 handling fee on all DIGITAL NATIONZ tickets.

Just 2 weeks left to purchase tickets at early bird prices.

Great news for DIGITAL NATIONZ event goers, due to the event being the first of its kind, Ticketmaster have decided to show their support by wiping the $8 handling fee on all tickets for the event.

“DIGITAL NATIONZ is grateful that Ticketmaster is getting behind the first year of this brand new event by waiving their customary handling fee of $8. We really appreciate their support of our goal of keeping ticket prices low and making the event accessible to as many people as possible.” says DIGITAL NATIONZ’s Event manager Peter Hall.

Existing ticketholders may now apply to Ticketmaster to collect their refund by emailing to request a refund of the handling fee.

When purchasing a ticket the usual credit card fee and land levy fee will still apply.
DIGITAL NATIONZ is NZ’s first digital entertainment expo, showcasing cutting edge technology, international speakers, Next generation consoles, Bot Warz, LAN Compeditive gaming tournament, Workshops, 3D Printing demos and a Digital Artz Gallery.

Ticket sales are going well, with the 1 Day Saturday VIP & 2 Day VIP passes having already sold out, there are however still a limited number of 1 Day Sunday VIP passes left, along with Standard tickets (with Earlybird Specials for all tickets sold in August). Get your tickets now, only 2 weeks of early bird ticket sales left.


Tickets on sale NOW avalibale from Ticketmaster - - 0800 111999, or @DIGITAL NATIONZ on Twitter for all the latest updates.

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