Is there such a thing as sold out in 10 seconds, not counting the times that “the service is unavailable”?
Apparently, in Hong Kong, there is.
So yeah, to answer Rizza’s earlier comment about this ticketing system for LOR-Hong Kong being “fair”, the final answer is… OR NOT. Para naman tayong bago ng bago.
My current dilemma is this: I have the choice to book a seated VIP ticket. The problem with it is that AEG’s ticketing system is in such a way that we will never know our exact seat number and section until we receive our tickets. We are at their mercy. So for all I know, I could be paying for a VIP ticket on a seat that is one step away from being non-VIP. Which was exactly what happened with us in Macau.
So now, I have three choices:
1. Take the risk and book the seated VIP tickets, anyway.
2. Book one night VIP and one night non-VIP
3. Cancel the trip altogether, since we haven’t booked our flight yet.
What to do, what to do…
Sorry, I am being such a bitch today because I’ve had a looong roller-coaster ride of a day thanks to LOR-HK’s ticket selling, so what I’m going to say might sting.
Is it just me or it seems the question about Rain treating his Asian fans differently from US/Europe fans was asked on his interview with CNN? Or it was brought to his attention at the very least?
I don’t know about you, guys, but I am not used to seeing him being this chummy towards fans in Asia. And to be quite honest, I prefer the old grumpy Rain.
Edited to add: Rain at HK airport last night. Posted by wloi at the entry before this one.