Saturday, August 1, 2015

Trade a pair of shoes for U2 tickets Wednesday morning

Donate a pair of shoes, get free U2 tickets. That's right. StubHub will give a pair of tickets to U2's Thursday show at Lincoln Financial Field to the first 180 people in line at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the Shops at Liberty Place with a pair of new or gently used shoes to donate.

Trade a pair of shoes for U2 tickets Wednesday morning

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The set-up of U2´s 360 show in Barcelona.
The set-up of U2's 360 show in Barcelona.

Donate a pair of shoes, get free U2 tickets.

That's right.

StubHub will give a pair of tickets to U2's Thursday show at Lincoln Financial Field to the first 180 people in line at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the Shops at Liberty Place with a pair of new or gently used shoes to donate to Soles4Souls.

Seat locations are all over the stadium and will be distributed at random. Those who donate will get vouchers for tickets which they will later pick up at the StubHub office at 900 Packer Ave.

The tickets are those that were returned by StubHub customers who couldn't make the concert tomorrow but had tickets for the show's originally scheduled date last year.

StubHub doesn't resell tickets that are returned and the company has been running charity events and promotions in various cities where shows were postponed after Bono's back injury, according to a spokeswoman.

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