PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) --Did you get a voucher from Ticketmaster? Now is the time to use it.
Earlier this week, Action News reported that Ticketmaster recently agreed to pay $386 million to settle a class action lawsuit filed more than a decade ago.
The plaintiffs claimed that some of Ticketmaster's fees were deceptive and misleading.
So if you bought a ticket from the website between October 21, 1999 and February 27, 2013, you could be eligible for tickets to a Live Nation event.
Starting now, voucher codes will be automatically added to your Ticketmaster online account.
While this news was welcomed by many, those who received vouchers were at a loss since the Ticketmaster website had not yet displayed a list of eligible events.
It took a few days, but now that list has been published and there are a number of local (and not too far away) concerts on the list.
These tickets are being claimed quickly as a number of these events have already been sold out for vouchers.
Login to your Ticketmaster account and click on "Active Vouchers" to see if you have a voucher, then check the Ticketmaster website for a list of eligible shows in the Philadelphia area. It should be noted, Ticketmaster says this list will be periodically updated as show vouchers sell out.