What's Trending 11/18/22: Ticketmaster cancels general admission sales for Taylor Swift's "Era Tour"

Also Trending: Netflix lets users remotely log out devices and Denny's is giving away a Black Friday deal for breakfast!
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What’s Trending: Friday, November 18th, 2022


o    If you were planning on buying tickets to see Taylor Swift to say, sorry to say it’s not happening.

o    Ticketmaster planned today’s general public sale for her upcoming stadium tour because they don’t have enough tickets.

o    The decision came two days after the presale event caused the site to crash and left many fans without tickets.

o    They said in a statement that two million tickets to The Eras tour next year were sold during presales, the most the platform has ever sold in a single day.

o    Ticketmaster cited “extraordinarily high demands on ticketing systems and insufficient remaining ticket inventory to meet that demand” as a reason for calling off Friday’s sale.

o    Questions remain about how the remaining tickets would be sold but they said that about 1.5 million fans who went through Verified Fan were invited to purchase tickets.


o    They have added a new feature that lets users remotely log out devices connected to their account, which means you can finally block your ex without having to change your password.

o    Called Manage Access and Devices, the option lives in Account Settings and displays all the devices linked to the account, allowing the paying consumer to log them out with a simple click.

o    Netflix's product manager shared that this has been a 'much-requested feature' among subscribers, who may have allowed a former partner to log into their account prior to the breakup.

o    After a subscriber selects 'Sign Out' on an unfamiliar device, Netflix recommends a password change for extra security - but this step is not mandatory.


o    They have a Black Friday deal that is going to be hard to beat!

o    They will be selling a t-shirt that doubles as a yearlong breakfast subscription for one low price.

o    There are only 150 of these Everyday Value Tees and they only cost $5.99.

o    But the diner chain says the $6 shirt is valued at $2186 because the wearer is entitled to a free Everyday Value Slam (two eggs and two bacon strips or sausage links, plus a choice of two buttermilk pancakes, one slice of French toast, or a biscuit and gravy, every single day for a full year!

o    Each shirt has a unique QR code sewn directly into the t-shirt design so it’s easy to redeem in the restaurant.

o    The shirt will be released at 9 p.m. PT on November 24, Thanksgiving Day, at Denny’s online merch store, DinerDrip.com.

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