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5x $10 Ticketmaster Gift Cards $25.25 (50% off + $0.25 Fee) @ NIB Rewards (Membership Required)

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There is a 1% card surcharge, so you will need to pay $25.25 for $10x5 gift cards.

From their web page:

  • eGift Cards will expire on the 31th of May 2021 and must be redeemed prior (no extensions will be issued) -> although after I purchased the gift card showing expiry as 6 June 21.
  • Ticketmaster allows for up to a maximum of 5 x eGift Cards to be used within the one transaction.
  • A minimum of 5 x $10 eGift Cards must be purchased in a transaction to receive the 50% discount.

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    Can you use the gift cards in one transaction?

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      Yes, you can use up to 5 cards in one transaction.

      • +1 vote

        does the card number ends with E+15? do you type in E+15 when applying the egift card?

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    The booking fee would claw back a lot of the savings

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      It is $25.50 for $50 worth of GC, so $24.50 saving.

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        Minus the 5.95 booking fee per transaction

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    The booking fee would be charged no matter how you pay though no?

    • +1 vote

      The Ticketmaster booking fee? Yeah, that one is still there, unfortunately. Some show that I want to get only available there, so I don't have any choice.

  • +1 vote

    Thanks OP. Had been putting off booking tickets for wife and kids for Frozen but this offer gave me a push to do so.

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      LOL.. Yeah, similar situation here.

  •  

    Ah nuts, would have loved this. But not a NIB customer:((

  • +1 vote

    did anyone try to apply the voucher?
    did you type in the number with E+15 at the end?
    I tried to use it but it just keeps loading and nothing happened afterwards

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      Same is happening to me. No idea what to do?

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        I just typed in the ticketmaster code and pin that I received from the nib email. It had 5 links as I got 5 vouchers.

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    Can you only buy the $10 denominations? anyone know if they have higher ones and if discount is applied on them too? I need like $500 worth.

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      I think everyone wants more…only $50 (5x$10) worth unfortunately.