Preparing ticket seller sites for New York’s Fee Transparency Act


By Timothy Gumaer, Glenn Grindlinger and Carolyn Richmond (August 17, 2022, 5:55 p.m. EDT) – As most fans of live entertainment know, the initial price of tickets to theater productions, sporting events or concerts can often sound quite attractive, even reasonable. However, once the buyer selects their tickets and seats and enters their credit card information, they are faced with surprising fees that can increase the total price by 30-40%.

To combat this, New York Governor Kathy Hochul recently signed a law, SB 9461, which will require greater transparency from ticket sellers. Due to come into force on August 29, the new law will prohibit hidden charges and delivery charges on…

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