BBC News reports that LED ZEPPELIN fans have been told they may be refused entry to the band's reunion gig if they paid for tickets using someone else's credit card.
Several thousand people won a password allowing them to purchase tickets in a lottery draw earlier this week.
But promoters now say that tickets will be cancelled if the password holder's name is not the same as the one on the card used to pay for the tickets.
Fans have reacted angrily, claiming the terms changed after they made payments.
They say it was not made clear that the passwords were non-transferable in the initial email sent to ballot winners.
"There were no stipulations in respect of who could pay for, and thus claim, the tickets," wrote Dandu, from Canada, in an email to the BBC.
Read more at BBC News.
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