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Old 12-09-2015, 08:42 PM   #16
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I'm not sure what to do tbh. Obviously I'd like to go, especially as I haven't been to an arena gig for Muse before. Something just feels wrong about paying 70+ for what'll inevitably be about 21 songs though.

I don't wanna support it, but I feel like enough people will/are that the band won't really notice or care if some people aren't happy.

Edit: I wish Dee wasn't banned, I'd be interested in seeing his thoughts right about now
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Old 12-09-2015, 08:50 PM   #17
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Could it be that the big prices are to pay for the set? All this talk of in the round makes me wonder how much towards something like U2's 360 set - which was *stupidly* expensive to fabricate and tour.
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Old 12-09-2015, 08:54 PM   #18
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Could it be that the big prices are to pay for the set? All this talk of in the round makes me wonder how much towards something like U2's 360 set - which was *stupidly* expensive to fabricate and tour.
Like I said, prices for the Psycho Tour were bumped up a fair amount from what they should've been as well and that had a very minimal production. It could be something to do with the elaborate production, but it seems like prices have just been raised in general.
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Old 12-09-2015, 08:56 PM   #19
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I'm not sure what to do tbh. Obviously I'd like to go, especially as I haven't been to an arena gig for Muse before. Something just feels wrong about paying 70+ for what'll inevitably be about 21 songs though.

I don't wanna support it, but I feel like enough people will/are that the band won't really notice or care if some people aren't happy.

Edit: I wish Dee wasn't banned, I'd be interested in seeing his thoughts right about now
Yeah I see that too. Its 20 more than Emirates 2013, which was 24 full songs, plus Isolated System and 2 drum&bass jams.
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Could it be that the big prices are to pay for the set? All this talk of in the round makes me wonder how much towards something like U2's 360 set - which was *stupidly* expensive to fabricate and tour.
Well, the U2 360 set was with overheads of something like 750,000-a-day even when shows were not on, yet they still had a few thousand tickets per show at 30 (nosebleeds, yeah, but still), and GA was less than 70 (I think it was 65 but I'm not certain).

It probably is the case this is pricey because of all the drones that Matt's hinted are in the toybox. Even if it is agreed that the Psycho Tour was pricey for what it was... maybe Q Prime charge higher fees than their old management do, ehdunno.
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Old 12-09-2015, 10:45 PM   #20
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I'm not gonna bother I don't think, prices overly expensive and the sound at the O2 in 2012 was meh
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Old 13-09-2015, 08:03 AM   #21
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Wow. I'm still half tempted purely based on it being my birthday the day after, but for 2 of us to go, I'm looking at nearly 150 when download cost us 190...on the scheme of things, seems very over the top...
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Old 14-09-2015, 05:15 PM   #22
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Bloody hell 65 and 8 admin fees is a bit much. The only thing that used to be OTT about Muse was the music... I'm sure the show will be brilliant, and I will go (or rather, try to). But lumping themselves price-wise in the middle-aged rock bracket is not a good sign. Is this the summit of their ambition - to be a bloaty U2?
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Old 15-09-2015, 12:03 PM   #23
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I am shocked with the ticket prices also... I'm still attempting to get one, but really can't afford more than just the one show and I really want to do Manchester and both O2 shows...

I'm going to go for the VIP option though... I just hope we get to meet the guys too, that would be amazing!
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I am shocked with the ticket prices also... I'm still attempting to get one, but really can't afford more than just the one show and I really want to do Manchester and both O2 shows...

I'm going to go for the VIP option though... I just hope we get to meet the guys too, that would be amazing!
I thought VIP meant being able to meet the band but someone on another thread said it doesn't.
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Doesn't say anything about meet-and-greet in the VIP deal. Just that you get a free buffet, VIP bar and lounge, early entry, a free poster/laminate, and "an exclusive interactive experience allowing guests to relive the greatest moments in Muse history" (which sounds hilarious).

As much as I hate the idea of paid meet and greets, you'd think you have one of those for just shy of 200 Euros. Hell, if I was paying that, I'd wanna be able to request really obscure songs... maybe if CID Entertainment are reading, that can be a plan for any such packages on the 8th album tour.
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Doesn't say anything about meet-and-greet in the VIP deal. Just that you get a free buffet, VIP bar and lounge, early entry, a free poster/laminate, and "an exclusive interactive experience allowing guests to relive the greatest moments in Muse history" (which sounds hilarious).

As much as I hate the idea of paid meet and greets, you'd think you have one of those for just shy of 200 Euros. Hell, if I was paying that, I'd wanna be able to request really obscure songs... maybe if CID Entertainment are reading, that can be a plan for any such packages on the 8th album tour.
Can you imagine how many thousands of people would buy VIP packages if it meant meeting the band? You'd queue for hours for a photo. Mind you, it would probably be worth it but it would be a nightmare for security.
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I'm probably mad enough to pay that kind of price to see them but not going to find any mates who like them enough to pay that much! Really can't decide if this ones worth it to be honest
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Old 15-09-2015, 10:05 PM   #28
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Ah. I've seen the TicketMaster prices now, which are a WHOLE lot steeper than the 45 that GigWise was quoting for a standing ticket. Now I'm in the sticky situation that I've promised a friend a ticket for her birthday based on them costing 45, and can't really stretch to 73 for each of us! So disappointed, I love seeing Muse live and will be Very Sad Indeed if I miss this show. Plus I have to tell my friend she's not going after all. Grrrrrrr.....
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I thought VIP meant being able to meet the band but someone on another thread said it doesn't.
Noooo, it's just a case of decent seats (or GA!!!), a bit of pre/post show exclusivity, and a few bits of merch.

Anything that involved Meet & Greet would be marketed as such and probably more in the 400-600 price range.

In my view, it's all just a cunning ruse to milk fans for all they can, and a sadly growing trend.
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Do we think this VIP ticket will screw up chances of queueing for barrier? Perhaps people desperate enough (and rich enough to go with it) will buy this just to be able to jump the queue and it will leave the rest of us screwed with no chance.
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