Bill entitled an Act to promote fairer access to tickets for cultural, entertainment, recreational and sporting events by prohibiting the sale or advertising for sale of tickets or ticket packages for a price exceeding their original sale price for events taking place in designated venues and for designated events; to provide that a contract term shall be void insofar as it purports to exclude or limit the transfer or sale of a ticket or ticket package for a price not exceeding the original sale price; to provide for certain information requirements where a primary ticket seller sells or advertises for sale, or a secondary ticket seller advertises or offers for sale, tickets or tickets packages for events taking place in designated venues or for designated events; to provide that a secondary ticket seller shall not sell or advertise for sale a UEFA EURO 2020 ticket or ticket package unless authorised by UEFA to do so; to give effect, in relation to ticket sales, to certain provisions of Directive 2000/31/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 8 June 2000 on certain legal aspects of information society services, in particular electronic commerce, in the Internal Market; and to provide for related matters.

Last updated: 21 Apr 2021

Sponsored by: Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment

Source: Government

Originating House: Dáil Éireann

History of this Bill

This Bill has completed Dáil Éireann, First Stage

21 Apr 2021

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