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Ticketek blasted after customer shares outrage over fee

A customer has shared their outrage over Ticketek charging them to print their e-ticket at their own home.

The Reddit Australia user shared the image of Ticketek charging a $7.20 fee to print the ‘print-at-home ezyTicket’.

The user appeared to be purchasing two $41.00 reserve tickets ‘on a whim’ to see The Dollop, an American history podcast, in Melbourne.

The Reddit Australia user shared the image of Ticketek charging a $7.20 fee to print the ‘print-at-home ezyTicket’ (pictured)

The user appeared to be purchasing two $41.00 reserve tickets 'on a whim' to see The Dollop (pictured), an American history podcast

The user appeared to be purchasing two $41.00 reserve tickets ‘on a whim’ to see The Dollop (pictured), an American history podcast

However the Reddit user wrote a line to Ticketek (pictured), saying the cost of printing their own ticket wasn't worth going to the event

However the Reddit user wrote a line to Ticketek (pictured), saying the cost of printing their own ticket wasn’t worth going to the event

However the Reddit user wrote a line to the company, saying the cost of printing their own ticket wasn’t worth going to the event.

‘Hey Ticketek, f*** you!,’ the user wrote.

‘I’d rather stay at home than pay you $7.20 for the luxury of printing my own ticket!’

The image was shared a day ago and quickly gained more than 39,000 views. 

The Reddit user commented on the post saying that be charged to print their ‘own bloody ticket was just too rude’. 

‘I’ll wait for the podcast to come out and go see a band or something instead,’ they wrote. 

The image was shared a day ago and quickly gained more than 39,000 views 

The image was shared a day ago and quickly gained more than 39,000 views 

It is believed Ticketek (pictured) charge various prices for customers to print their 'print-at-home ezyTicket', with some fees costing $3.95, depending on the event 

It is believed Ticketek (pictured) charge various prices for customers to print their ‘print-at-home ezyTicket’, with some fees costing $3.95, depending on the event 

‘Honestly, how can they get away with this s***???.’

The Reddit user said they didn’t have a problem with Ticketek making money but were frustrated by the way the company did it. 

‘They are just so bloody dishonest about it – that [is] what gets my goat the most!,’ they wrote. 

It is believed Ticketek charge various prices for customers to print their ‘print-at-home ezyTicket’, with some fees costing $3.95, depending on the event.

The website states it is a ‘one-off service and handling fee’ per transaction on ‘all purchases’. 

‘The actual service and handling fee may vary depending on the venue and method of delivery selected,’ Ticketek website states.

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Ticketek for comment.

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