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How to pay your tickets online for the Eagles, Bears, Packers, Cowboys, Bears and Cowboys

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A new way to buy tickets for the Philadelphia Eagles, Chicago Bears, Green Bay Packers, Dallas Cowboys and Los Angeles Rams has arrived, thanks to Ticketmaster.

The new service, called Ticketmaster Ticket, allows fans to pay their tickets online and will also allow them to track their ticket purchases.

The service is currently only available in the U.S. and Canada, but it will be rolled out to other countries in the coming weeks.

The system works like this: A customer purchases a ticket online through Ticketmaster, then goes to their ticket provider’s website and enters their payment information.

The customer then gets a confirmation email that they can use to pay.

Tickets purchased through TicketMaster can be purchased in person at the stadium or online, at the concession stand, at a kiosk, at Ticketmaster ticket kiosks in the stadium and at TicketMaster ticket vending machines at all Ticketmaster locations.

The system also allows fans who have purchased multiple tickets to be able to pay in one transaction.

Tickets can also be bought in person and via mobile device.

The tickets will be issued at the discretion of the ticket provider and are valid for up to six consecutive days, with a limit of one ticket per person.

Tickets will be honored for the amount of the first-time purchase, regardless of when the tickets were purchased.

Tickets must be paid in full within the time limit.

Tickets are non-refundable.

Tickets may be purchased online at Ticketmasters.com, via mobile phone at Ticketmy.com or by mail to the Ticketmaster Customer Service Center at [email protected]

Tickets will be subject to availability and the availability of seats in the event that the seating capacity at the venue is limited.

Tickets that do not meet the seating restrictions will be considered non-renewable.

The Ticketmaster team will not be liable for the loss of or damage to tickets purchased by non-ticket purchasers.

The Company is not responsible for tickets purchased with unauthorized payment methods.

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