memorybreak wrote:to those who've applied for tickets, how many times were you put in the waiting list? So far no luck in getting tickets (both Fan Club or Regular) haven't lost hope yet lol... then again i'm just shooting to see a team K show lol
MecchaMelon wrote:@ ______________ @
I won Super Enpou for Set List Best on 1/21.
But I still don't know if I qualify because I have a student visa.
BUT IT DOESN'T SAY ANYWHERE THAT THAT ISN'T OKAY, SO....... ;_______; All my confirmation email says is:
Please have your passport with you. We will not be selling tickets if the entry visa could not be checked.
Entry visa, to make sure I've been here less than a month (which I have been.) It doesn't say anything about visa type, or departure time... so I am absolutely praying that I still qualify somehow. I cannot even verbalize how sad I will be if this is The AKB Concert I Almost Was Super Enpou For. .___.
Still no proof of or experience with what types of visas are acceptable, huh? Also if I don't get an email back from the sfar[event date] email, anyone have suggestions of who to try next? (I also tweeted at tgsk, just in case >_>)
MrMojo wrote:Unless you plan on visiting Japan for a long stayover, you generally don't need a visa from Japan.
Tenkun wrote:It would be nice if someone in the fan community could talk to the staff and get a better understanding of how it all works. It's like how we don't know why so many regular Super Enpou applicants never win a show.
ozawa_chan wrote:Newbie's question: can the instruction at the first post be used for applying for Saitama Super Arena? Based on the comments here, it seems like the chance to get the ticket is slim, but I wanna try my luck
There will be multiple ways to apply for tickets. If you are on a short visit Japan for the concert you will probably have a chance to apply via Super Enpou. You will need to watch tgsk's blog for updates to when that will happen.
It is also possible to apply for tickets via a ticket sales site like e-plus or Lawson (I forget which one handles AKB concerts, but I am on both of their mailing lists) Once again, keep track of tgsk's blog for updates.
But if you are referring to the AKB48 ticket center...No, they don't handle the concerts outside the theater
Tenkun wrote:I'll post in the Saitama Super Arena thread when tickets go on sale.
The good news is that I'm certain there will be plenty of inexpensive seats available from the ticket resellers.
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