Fan Pays the Price for Jersey Boys Tickets

“They said on the Web site it’s slightly higher.” Lori Murphy’s parents are fans of the Four Seasons, but two tickets to Jersey Boys cost the Murphys $579, more than three times face value. “Taken advantage of and that makes me feel horrible,” said Lori. “It’s a big amount of money for people to lose.”

Lori has filed a complaint with the Better Business Bureau about Ticket Luck of California. “These sites really lack transparency they need, so we’re going to try and get you a refund,” said Jim Hegarty of the Better Business Bureau.

The Ticket Luck Web site has a warning in fine print that tickets are sold above face value. If Lori had gone through, she could have purchased seats still available for $83 each, instead of paying just under $300 apiece.