Ticketmaster forbidden 403 error
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Hello there, When I try to log on to Ticketmaster, I keep getting the message “don’t have access to this server.” I had already spent several hours on the website, had purchased tickets, and paid for them, but when I tried to find tickets again, I received the letter. I’ve tried resetting Safari, clearing the background, and restarting the machine, but it still says the same thing. I looked on the internet for answers, but most of them were for Windows. If you have any suggestions? Please assist me!
That’s exactly what I did. I cleared my history, reset the website, and restarted the machine just to be sure, but I’m still getting the same message: 403 Forbidden on the tab, with the message “You don’t have permission to access /music on this server” on the webpage. Thank you.
However, I’m perplexed because I tried my husband’s machine and received the same error message. When I use my phone via wi-fi, however, I am able to access the website without issue. Is the phone using a different IP address? Thank you; when my husband returns home, I’ll try your suggestion. I’m afraid I’ll be shut out of the network if I forget my password!
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This happened to me, but I didn’t make any purchases! I was simply searching for better tickets and had made several searches. What is the matter with them? I just go to one concert every two years or so, and since I can’t afford anything, I’m forced to conduct extensive searches. Ticketmaster has always been a jerk, but now more than ever. Thieves, to be precise. They are a monopoly that is just one level below the scalpers in terms of criminality. Is this, however, still gone after 24 hours? Thank you so much!
No, it doesn’t always go away after 24 hours; I’ve had it for 36! I was looking for Eagles tickets as well, and when I clicked “order,” I received a 403 Forbidden Error. This isn’t the first time it’s happened to me. Last time it was 24 hours, but this time it’s been 36 hours and I’m still unable to log in. Does anyone have any suggestions?
For years, this has been happening to me, and I’ve spent countless hours on the phone with their customer service.
I keep reminding them that this approach blocks legitimate users who happen to get a recycled IP address from a blocked user, and that they should use a different scheme, such as blocking based on account login, which would be more equitable.
When I can get on to buy tickets, I now order hard tickets.
I’m considering approaching my local media.
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