-- Ticketmaster customers who received vouchers and coupon codes stemming from a class-action lawsuit now know how they can use them.
New acts will be added to the list in the future.
In 2013, Ticketmaster settled a lawsuit with customers who purchased tickets through the service between October 21, 1999, and February, 27, 2013. The court granted final approval of the settlement in February 2015. The class-action lawsuit claimed that "Ticketmaster failed to fully disclose to consumers all aspects of its UPS and order processing fees," according to Live Nation. Ticketmaster denied those claims.
As part of the settlement, Ticketmaster agreed to provide each member of the class with a $2.25 credit for each purchase made over the class period and a $5 UPS voucher for those who used UPS delivery during the class period. Every member of the class has a maximum of 17 claims.
Ticketmaster also agreed to give out millions of dollars' worth of vouchers for select shows through May 2017. Again, there is a maximum of 17 claims for each member of the class.
Editor's note: Since this story was first published, Ticketmaster tells ABC News that although the settlement required that it deliver $5 million worth of tickets in the first year, the company has already delivered more than $10 million worth of tickets. Ticketmaster also wants to emphasize that ticket vouchers will be redeemed on a first come, first served basis. All other FAQs are addressed here: http://insider.ticketmaster.com/frequently-asked-questions-schlesinger-v-ticketmaster/.