- Associated Press - Sunday, December 20, 2015

PHOENIX (AP) - People who bought paperless tickets for Adele’s two Phoenix-area concerts next year from an outside seller are being warned to carry the credit card used for the purchase.

KPNX-TV in Phoenix reports (https://bit.ly/1Zi4fEN) that Ticketmaster is instructing concertgoers who bought tickets from a third-party broker in certain sections of Talking Stick Resort Arena to display the credit card used and ID when entering.

Arena box office employees say the tour for the “Hello” singer set the rules.

The conditions apply to third-party ticket purchases for all floor seats as well as the first 19 rows in some sections.

An usher will scan the credit card and the tickets will be immediately printed.

Fans without the right credit card won’t be able to get inside.

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Information from: KPNX-TV, https://www.12news.com

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