2nd Grammy Level
Registered: Dec 2008
Tickets for LA were sold through AXS, here is a pic of their website they had "GA Floor" and "Floor"....
The different between those are this: "Ga Floor" is the area in front of the barrier, where you can stand, jump, etc, it is right infront of the stage (what some venues in europe called the golden circle: it was where we needed our wristbands to be)
In the US, the 2nd barrier behind this "Ga floor" is seats. In this instance (on the AXS website, it is being refered to as "Floor")
So, "Ga floor" is he same as "pit" or "golden circle" or whatever people want to call it
And "floor" is "2nd barrier seating"
Im thinking that what you may be refering to, when asking why "ticketmaster would use two different names for the same location" has more to do with the "stubhub sales" and sales through ticket resellers.
Ticket resellers are call the tickets what the call 'em. Meaning, whoever decided to sell their tickets can lable them as whatever on stubhub. Calling them "GA", "General", "Pit" etc..... That would all bt the same golden circle area.
If they are selling a seated floor ticket, the seller should be providing a specific seat number.
For example saying someting like "floor section 2 row 5 seat 6"
Hope this helps explain things a little.
If im missing part of your question, please explain further what you afe trying to figure out - because I have not seen the OFFICIAL sellers using multiple names for the same locations.
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