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Old 04-10-2005, 12:07 PM   #1
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Getting 4 people in the ellipse

So people have state that it is pretty easy to get a third person in the ellipse if you get beeped. But what if you are in a group of 4? If one person in a group of 4 gets beeped, what are the chances of convincing the staff to give all 4 people access to the ellipse?

Has this happened to anyone? Have people in groups of 4 been split up by the ellipse policy? Or have you all gotten in.

I'm going to the second Denver show with a group of 4, so I want to know what to expect.
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What I have heard is that in a moment of limited generosity and probable duress, they have allowed 3 in on one beep. I would wager a paycheck that they won't allow 4. I am going to that show as well, coincedentally enough, with 3 others..so we will see.
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Doesn't seem likely to let 4 in, it'd be a hard arguement to win. Perhaps if you arrived just before showtime and the ellipse still had significant space. If you arrive very early I would say your chances would be even less.

I am going with 7 others to one of the Chicago shows GA. This could turn into a heated battle amongst ourselves!
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I am also going with three others to Phoenix 2.

I am hoping for the best!
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When my bf beeped he traded tickets with me and I took my friend.. but he was very clear "only one person can go with you".
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Apparently there was a girl right after my brother and I who got beeped but had no one to go with. I should've gone back and made friends.
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Old 04-11-2005, 05:20 AM   #7
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they're letting 3 in? that's a relief. well, i should have it easier because i'm a kid and i'll be with two parents so it's not like they could split us up!!!
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Old 04-16-2005, 04:53 AM   #8
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How early should we get there in line for the shows?

Can you give us some feedback on the best way to get into the
Eclipse? Also, if you are a u2.com member and have the u2.com membership card, do you get first preference in line? I heard that people with those cards and people who got the tickets from the u2.com pre-sale get to go in first.

Is this true? Also, how early did you get there before the show to wait in line?

Thanks in advance for the tips.

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