Dice, an award-winning company which recently entered the US market, has been praised by many for offering fans the chance to buy tickets at face value - without any booking fees attached. It launched in 2014 partly in response to touts and the secondary ticket industry.
Everyone’s favourite “no booking fees” vendor @dicefm have slyly added a 10% booking fee to shows costing above £10, we knew absolutely nothing about this. Sorry to anyone who’s been stung by this. To avoid needless charges get your tickets from @musicglue https://t.co/eQFhq6ycPP— shame (@shamebanduk) February 9, 2018
We’ve used @dicefm for every headline show for the last year because it benefits music fans who don’t want to get ripped off by fees. Here they are charging £20.85 for a £16 show. Will we not be using Dice again from here on out. Fucking money grabbers. pic.twitter.com/e07uYQIPTz— shame (@shamebanduk) February 9, 2018
We've reached out to Dice for comment.