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  • EM194007EM194007 Posts: 2,732
    Kearn5y said:
    EM194007 said:
    Jamer196 said:
    Strange, it has been more than 10 min and none on EBay ...
    Hopefully for the most they went to true fans. Fingers crossed.
    Nah, 4 up already
    Looks like 1 right now, the others might have pulled them (maybe they tried to order more then 1 and got their orders cancelled). Which is a lot better then instantly seeing 25-30 on ebay instantly. The one flipper is selling them individually, the cancelled show and make up show AP's. 
  • EM194007EM194007 Posts: 2,732
    iO letsgo said:
    EM194007 said:
    Brisk. said:
    BF89905 said:
    Brisk. said:
    If I go through the shit that it takes to buy Pearl Jam merch these days I can do what I like with it, I put in the time and effort. People are also trading what was a 30 euro poster 2 weeks ago for other posters much more valuble but people don't seem to care about this. Why don't you just spend hours in a queue and get one yourselves instead of bitching on this forum.

    And don't even go there about mugging fans off, I've done every show this year so yea along the way I've done my fair share in helping people with merch and tickets.
    Many fans don't care about this as the traders are not making money off someone else's artistic efforts. C'mon, these types of efforts are far different than you deciding to line-up for hours for concert merchandise - surely, there are better things you can being doing with your time.

    Claims of one concert poster being much more valuable than another are simply based on a fabricated market that collectors prop up to make their stuff feel more valuable to themselves, for it enhances their ego.

    PJ and these artists really need to start charging more money initially for these posters, and strictly enforcing a 1 per person limit, as means to curb this parasitic behaviour.

    Enjoy the music and the cities this great band chooses to play.



    What PJ really need to do is just print more not make limits, that would devalue the poster and get rid of flipping.
    How did that work out in 2016 for the Fenway and Wrigley shows? They over produced every poster/print, and it sure didn't stop the flippers. 
    i'd say it worked pretty good considering you can still get all but 2 of those prints for face value ($35) or close to it.  if they limited these runs, 'the catch' and faile prints would be going for a heck of a lot more.  
    In the long run I'd agree. But the flippers were still buying a lot of them up when they were on sale for days before the shows, and making money flipping them on ebay. You'll never stop that from happening unfortunately. 
  • DeanoDeano Posts: 120
    I'm reading this as though only the rescheduled AP is signed, yet all the flippers are selling on the basis that both are. Anybody else think this or is it just me?
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  • Redrumh2oRedrumh2o Boston, MAPosts: 240
    So for the FF weekend in Fenway, they are allowing you to purchase all merch (except for posters) online and pick up at "will-call" at the pop-up shop. I am hoping that if this goes smoothly it will turn into the standard going forward for other bands
  • drakeheuer14drakeheuer14 Posts: 2,314
    Redrumh2o said:
    So for the FF weekend in Fenway, they are allowing you to purchase all merch (except for posters) online and pick up at "will-call" at the pop-up shop. I am hoping that if this goes smoothly it will turn into the standard going forward for other bands
    Doesnt Live Nation handle their merch? Probably a little easier 
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  • Redrumh2oRedrumh2o Boston, MAPosts: 240
    Redrumh2o said:
    So for the FF weekend in Fenway, they are allowing you to purchase all merch (except for posters) online and pick up at "will-call" at the pop-up shop. I am hoping that if this goes smoothly it will turn into the standard going forward for other bands
    Doesnt Live Nation handle their merch? Probably a little easier 
    I am not sure....and I know the volume of people will be a lot less than PJ, but there sure is a lot of stuff....16 different articles of clothing! This is just the first time I have ever seen a band do this before.
  • Running In The DarkRunning In The Dark DenverPosts: 496
    hey yo.... finally done with that poster deadline, took a couple days longer then I had hoped... going to try and finish collecting all the email addresses and getting invoices out tonight or tomorrow. 




    Thanks for the update @bradklausen To clarify, will we be automatically charged or will we need to pay off of invoice that gets sent out?
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  • iO letsgoiO letsgo Posts: 122
    EM194007 said:
    iO letsgo said:
    EM194007 said:
    Brisk. said:
    BF89905 said:
    Brisk. said:
    If I go through the shit that it takes to buy Pearl Jam merch these days I can do what I like with it, I put in the time and effort. People are also trading what was a 30 euro poster 2 weeks ago for other posters much more valuble but people don't seem to care about this. Why don't you just spend hours in a queue and get one yourselves instead of bitching on this forum.

    And don't even go there about mugging fans off, I've done every show this year so yea along the way I've done my fair share in helping people with merch and tickets.
    Many fans don't care about this as the traders are not making money off someone else's artistic efforts. C'mon, these types of efforts are far different than you deciding to line-up for hours for concert merchandise - surely, there are better things you can being doing with your time.

    Claims of one concert poster being much more valuable than another are simply based on a fabricated market that collectors prop up to make their stuff feel more valuable to themselves, for it enhances their ego.

    PJ and these artists really need to start charging more money initially for these posters, and strictly enforcing a 1 per person limit, as means to curb this parasitic behaviour.

    Enjoy the music and the cities this great band chooses to play.



    What PJ really need to do is just print more not make limits, that would devalue the poster and get rid of flipping.
    How did that work out in 2016 for the Fenway and Wrigley shows? They over produced every poster/print, and it sure didn't stop the flippers. 
    i'd say it worked pretty good considering you can still get all but 2 of those prints for face value ($35) or close to it.  if they limited these runs, 'the catch' and faile prints would be going for a heck of a lot more.  
    In the long run I'd agree. But the flippers were still buying a lot of them up when they were on sale for days before the shows, and making money flipping them on ebay. You'll never stop that from happening unfortunately. 
    for sure.  that immediate market will always be there for the flipper to feed off fans impatience etc. 
  • rbhesterrbhester Posts: 195
    hey yo.... finally done with that poster deadline, took a couple days longer then I had hoped... going to try and finish collecting all the email addresses and getting invoices out tonight or tomorrow. 




    I used the [email protected] email to send my screenshot to, hope that was the right email
  • EM194007EM194007 Posts: 2,732
    edited July 2018
    Deano said:
    I'm reading this as though only the rescheduled AP is signed, yet all the flippers are selling on the basis that both are. Anybody else think this or is it just me?
    Doesn't say anything about the cancelled show AP being signed or numbered. He might just put AP on them. Then again he might not do anything to them.

    Product details:
    - Hand numbered and signed screen print. (Front, lower-right corner)
    - One color backprint + Hologram sticker.
    - Size: 18" x 24" / Aprox 46cm x 62cm.
    - One poster per household. Orders over one unit will be cancelled. 

    Each purchase includes one free AP copy of the cancelled show color variant.

  • MickeyMouseMickeyMouse Posts: 660
    Redrumh2o said:
    So for the FF weekend in Fenway, they are allowing you to purchase all merch (except for posters) online and pick up at "will-call" at the pop-up shop. I am hoping that if this goes smoothly it will turn into the standard going forward for other bands
    Doesnt Live Nation handle their merch? Probably a little easier 
    Yes, they do.  And you're right - it is much easier when a company the size of Live Nation is handling your orders.  
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  • hey yo.... finally done with that poster deadline, took a couple days longer then I had hoped... going to try and finish collecting all the email addresses and getting invoices out tonight or tomorrow. 




    Thanks for the update @bradklausen To clarify, will we be automatically charged or will we need to pay off of invoice that gets sent out?
    How would any of us be automatically charged without providing him with a payment authorization? Merchants don't have access to  your funds in paypal. You will need to authorize and pay the invoice. 
  • demetriosdemetrios canadaPosts: 55,092
    Redrumh2o said:
    So for the FF weekend in Fenway, they are allowing you to purchase all merch (except for posters) online and pick up at "will-call" at the pop-up shop. I am hoping that if this goes smoothly it will turn into the standard going forward for other bands
    Doesnt Live Nation handle their merch? Probably a little easier 
    Yes, they do.  And you're right - it is much easier when a company the size of Live Nation is handling your orders.  
    Just don't purchase a poster from them. Thin tubes and no Kraft paper. They do offer great customer service though. 
  • crookedcrosscrookedcross Right Near Da Beach, BoiiiPosts: 885
    demetrios said:
    Redrumh2o said:
    So for the FF weekend in Fenway, they are allowing you to purchase all merch (except for posters) online and pick up at "will-call" at the pop-up shop. I am hoping that if this goes smoothly it will turn into the standard going forward for other bands
    Doesnt Live Nation handle their merch? Probably a little easier 
    Yes, they do.  And you're right - it is much easier when a company the size of Live Nation is handling your orders.  
    Just don't purchase a poster from them. Thin tubes and no Kraft paper. They do offer great customer service though. 
    Yep great customer service. If you get your poster fucked up and complain, they will send you a replacement, then they will probably fuck it up again and tell you they won't/can't replace again so they will just give you a full refund and let you keep the two damaged posters. Lol
  • demetriosdemetrios canadaPosts: 55,092
    demetrios said:
    Redrumh2o said:
    So for the FF weekend in Fenway, they are allowing you to purchase all merch (except for posters) online and pick up at "will-call" at the pop-up shop. I am hoping that if this goes smoothly it will turn into the standard going forward for other bands
    Doesnt Live Nation handle their merch? Probably a little easier 
    Yes, they do.  And you're right - it is much easier when a company the size of Live Nation is handling your orders.  
    Just don't purchase a poster from them. Thin tubes and no Kraft paper. They do offer great customer service though. 
    Yep great customer service. If you get your poster fucked up and complain, they will send you a replacement, then they will probably fuck it up again and tell you they won't/can't replace again so they will just give you a full refund and let you keep the two damaged posters. Lol
    It's happened to me 3 times. Can't buy from them again.
  • DE483DE483 Posts: 391
    Anybody seen an invoice from Brad yet? 
  • RW8297RW8297 Posts: 1,284
    DE483 said:
    Anybody seen an invoice from Brad yet? 
    Still nothing here...
  • on2legson2legs The Jersey ShorePosts: 7,701
    RW8297 said:
    DE483 said:
    Anybody seen an invoice from Brad yet? 
    Still nothing here...
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  • Thierry HenryThierry Henry Posts: 2,479
    Was there any info about the Prague AP’s being shipped yet? 
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  • pashapasamanpashapasaman Posts: 490
    Was there any info about the Prague AP’s being shipped yet? 
    Same question here. Emailed him couple of days ago no answer
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  • Peasant TentsPeasant Tents UKPosts: 595
    Was there any info about the Prague AP’s being shipped yet? 
    Same question here. Emailed him couple of days ago no answer
    Got an email this morning saying he usually allows 4 weeks for delivery so they should be "on their way soon"... Think he has been away from base for a while.
  • Was there any info about the Prague AP’s being shipped yet? 
    Same question here. Emailed him couple of days ago no answer
    Got an email this morning saying he usually allows 4 weeks for delivery so they should be "on their way soon"... Think he has been away from base for a while.
    He's in the US at San Diego Comic Con, so I'd give him some extra time.

    I'm sure he'll take good care of everyone!
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  • Peasant TentsPeasant Tents UKPosts: 595
    Was there any info about the Prague AP’s being shipped yet? 
    Same question here. Emailed him couple of days ago no answer
    Got an email this morning saying he usually allows 4 weeks for delivery so they should be "on their way soon"... Think he has been away from base for a while.
    He's in the US at San Diego Comic Con, so I'd give him some extra time.

    I'm sure he'll take good care of everyone!
    Yep - he has been brilliant with comms all the way through with me. Super friendly.
     His reply to me this morning was really fast and that is what he said - I put speech marks in to quote him and now I re read and it looks narky of me. Not at all what I meant if it came off that way! He really did say, they'd be on their way soon! 
  • demetriosdemetrios canadaPosts: 55,092
    Anyone outside the USA receive a shipping confirmation email from Todd Slater?
  • demetriosdemetrios canadaPosts: 55,092
    London night 2 prints shipping confirmation received. :) 
  • Jamer196Jamer196 Posts: 86
    demetrios said:
    London night 2 prints shipping confirmation received. :) 
    Here also
  • EM194007EM194007 Posts: 2,732
    demetrios said:
    London night 2 prints shipping confirmation received. :) 
    Nice, he's moving quickly on these.
  • jlondon31jlondon31 Posts: 87
    I’m guessing I know the answer but just thought I’d check back here just in case anyone knows any different, but is there any update to the status of the Brad Klausen A/P? I know what he last posted here, but wasn’t sure if anyone started seeing him send out invoices yet.
  • PJNBPJNB New BrunswickPosts: 4,512
    jlondon31 said:
    I’m guessing I know the answer but just thought I’d check back here just in case anyone knows any different, but is there any update to the status of the Brad Klausen A/P? I know what he last posted here, but wasn’t sure if anyone started seeing him send out invoices yet.
    Nothing yet. I think Brad will be good on it just wondering now seeing all of the people that scored a print if he oversold. I have nothing to base that off of besides the fact when it is a popular 100 AP run you only see a couple of people here if you are lucky that get one. There is well over 15 people on here that score one. Hopefully it is just the larger run of prints available. 
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  • jlondon31jlondon31 Posts: 87
    edited July 2018
    It might be a combination of the larger print run AND the fact that when someone actually has one in their cart he gives you time (I think 15 min) to check out with it where all of the other sites allow people to buy the print that you have carted. If you try to buy the print the moment the drop happens and cart one that is one less that the bots have the ability to snatch. I can’t tell you how many other prints that I’ve actually carted and couldn’t follow through with the purchase because of this. Rome Emek being one such example.
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