Vitalogy Foundation Charity Tickets 7.13.18

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Vitalogy Foundation Charity Tickets
News July 13 2018




The last batch of ‘Vitalogy Foundation Charity Tickets’ are now available for all of Pearl Jam’s sold-out summer tour dates in the U.S.

Ticket prices are based on 'Market Value' at the time of sale. All proceeds over the base ticket price (plus fees) will go to Pearl Jam’s Vitalogy Foundation to support non-profit organizations doing commendable work in the fields of community health, the environment, arts & education and social change.


The Home Shows X The Away Shows

City

Venue

Date Tickets
Seattle, WA

Safeco Field

Aug. 8 Sold Out
Seattle, WA

Safeco Field

Aug. 10 Sold Out
Missoula, MT

Washington-Grizzly Stadium

Aug. 13 On Sale
Chicago, IL

Wrigley Field

Aug. 18 Sold Out
Chicago, IL

Wrigley Field

Aug. 20 On Sale
Boston, MA

Fenway Park

Sept. 2 Sold Out
Boston, MA

Fenway Park

Sept. 4

Sold Out


*The Foundation will provide each ticket purchaser with a tax receipt for the charitable contribution portion of the ticket price, which can be given to personal tax-advisors for deductibility options.

*All ticket sales are final. No refunds. No exchanges. No name transfers. No reselling.  No exceptions.

*Reselling these tickets will result in cancellation of ticket purchase with no refund.

*‘Vitalogy Foundation Charity Tickets’ must be picked up by the purchaser with government-issued photo ID (driver's license, passport, school ID) at the Will Call window of the venue box office on the day of the show. ID must match the purchaser name on the order.  No exceptions.


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  • curmudgeonesscurmudgeoness San DiegoPosts: 2,398
    Hi Sea,

    I have a question about these tickets. I emailed 10C and received a reply, but the answer seemed to deal with the 10C/ Ticketmaster digital tickets and not with these. I've emailed again, but: I'm considering buying a pair as a gift for friends. I would buy the tickets, I would pick them up, I would hand them to my friend, I would not receive any money for this transaction. Would this be acceptable?

    The reply I received related to re-selling and scalpers -- all of which I get and agree with. But I'm not looking to re-sell these tickets.

    Thanks to you or anyone else there who can clarify this for me before I spend the money.
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  • curmudgeonesscurmudgeoness San DiegoPosts: 2,398
    @Sea help, please?
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