For you katycats who purchased PWT tickets online and got them posted to you how long did they take to arrive? I thought as soon as I bought the tickets they would get posted to me? (This is what happened when I purchased Paramore tickets) I'm starting to freak out as Ticketmaster said they won't get posted until closer to the event, and I have flights booked to get to PWT and I'm worried the tickets won't arrive in time.. AHHH. Soz for me freaking out but i'm just really worried now
It depends on the national stereotype of the countries.
My German ticket was ordered 1 day after my Dutch one and it was delivered a day before the Dutch. Ordered Thursday, they ship it on Friday, Monday was a public holiday and Tuesday DHL called me because I was not at home waiting for delivery. Deutsche gründlichkeit (German thoroughness, punctuality)
. They were the first one in Europe to name RS correct and printed "Katy Perry" and "Prismatic World Tour" in correct font like on PWT merchandise. The customer feels more confident about the ticket when they are using the right terms and even keep the font recognizable. Do you trust a ticket with very confusing text?Selecting right typography, fonts,... is important in German total design for more than 100 years.
The Dutch sent a tiny envelope with just the ticket and nothing more than that. They are good at trading, efficient and keep the costs down.
The Belgians are laissez-faire (let them do as they will), inefficient (we have 6 governments and 6 parliaments for 11 million people)
, surreal,... and years behind neighbouring countries in technology, infrastructure,... It was delivered a week later, not shabby by our standards.
The British were hopeless and lost their car industry to the Germans. How could a Briton keep buying British when British brands told them to wait half a year for a car that fell apart and needed repairs every 14 days, he crossed the street, walked into a German garage and bought a German car that actually works and keeps working.BBC - Das Auto: The Germans, Their Cars and Us (2013): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JPhlZYiEkQY
They of course let us wait half a year for some freshly printed tickets.