In order to facilitate the redistribution of those extra tickets now in circulation, we have set up the Secure Ticket Exchange Program (STEP). The STEP is a web-based system that will allow Burners to sell their unneeded tickets, and Burners wanting tickets to access them. This will allow for safe and secure transactions in a central place for community-monitored, face-value resales.
Burning Man actively discourages the use of secondary resources (eBay, Craigslist, StubHub, etc.) for the resale of tickets, and we encourage those who do not obtain tickets from the Main Sale/Open Sale to utilize community-centric sources to keep a handle on this process together. Please use STEP and/or direct local connections to known Burners to find the tickets you seek. We will post information on how to access STEP next week.
Tazz wrote:After I submitted my application for the "main lottery", my bank sent me a new credit card and canceled my old as there had apparently been some type of 3rd party fraud alert with Bank of America. Now the credit card number I placed on my application is invalid. Guess I will be using the STEP program unless someone knows of a way to get the new credit card number into my application. Any ideas? I emailed the bmorg at the address shown on the bottom of the ticket page, but got no response.
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