WWE Clash at the Castle is going to be a massive event for the UK, and one that those fans have clamored for since SummerSlam 1992. Fans rushed to the box office, so they could snag a ticket for the big event the moment they went on sale, but a few of those fans feel a bit ripped-off after the company changed the deal after tickets went on sale.

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Ringside News was contacted by one of our awesome readers in the United Kingdom. This devoted WWE fan is very excited about Clash at the Castle, but incredibly unhappy about the company putting loads of tickets on discount as the event drew closer.

We were told that both “WWE and Ticketmaster have screwed people” in this instance. Many fans paid full price when tickets went on sale, and now those same tickets, or better seats, are being sold for 25% of the original cost.

No option was given for fans to upgrade their seats, either. Those better tickets were simply reduced in price, leaving fans who bought during the on-sale date wishing they waited.

I paid £200+ a ticket, and I will be sat next to someone who paid just £40 for the same set of seats. Its an absolute disgrace on WWE and Ticketmaster’s part.

Refunds are next to impossible in this instance. At this point, Ticketmaster wants “a doctor’s report and a death certificate to process the refund.”

We were also told that, “Ticketmaster still hasn’t sent anyone their tickets yet, they keep sending e-mails saying there is a delay. At this rate, nobody will have tickets to get into the event.”

Hopefully, Ticketmaster will fix whatever issue might be going on. They only have a couple of days at this rate to figure things out, because Clash at the Castle is coming on September 3rd whether fans have tickets in their hands or not.

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