“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 ticketomaha.com, she could have purchased seats still available for $83 each, instead of paying just under $300 apiece.