In 2013 we introduced Aunty’s Ticket Re-sale Service to provide legitimate sellers and buyers with a trustworthy and reliable way of putting tickets in the hands of those who are keen to attend. It also helps prevent scammers from selling tickets at inflated prices via unauthorised means. Aunty’s Re-sale Service is the only authorised re-sale facility. Don’t let your tickets get into the hands of Dickheads. The re-sale service comes into effect once tickets have Sold Out.
Offering a ticket?
If you purchase tickets to Golden Plains and your circumstances change and you can no longer attend, please contact Aunty.
Please note we are unable to refund your booking fee. If we have begun packing tickets, or your tickets have already been posted, there is also a $5 re-sale processing fee per ticket. In the rare event that there are insufficient people on Aunty’s Golden Waitlist, you will not be able to return your ticket/s.
Aunty’s Ticket Re-sale Service closes 14 days prior to gates open.
Wanting a ticket?
Applications to join Aunty’s Golden Waitlist open after tickets have sold out. Please keep in mind that you need to be a current subscriber and you are able to apply for up to two tickets.
To sell any returned tickets, Aunty will contact people on the waitlist and check that they are still looking for a ticket. Assuming this is the case, the new buyer will be given a Golden Code and 48 hours to make their purchase. Your ticket will then be posted out in February.
Please be warned
We have introduced this service due to the dramatic rise in the number of people who were being scammed using unauthorised re-sale methods. If you are considering buying a ticket from someone on ebay or Gumtree (or the like), please be very careful and approach any transactions with extreme caution. The safest option is always to buy your ticket directly from us – either via The Ballot, Store Sales, Online Sales or via Aunty’s Ticket Re-sale Service.
Golden Plains Thirteen is subject to a major event ticketing declaration under Part 9A of the Major Events Act 2009. This means it is an offence to sell, advertise or offer to resell a ticket for more than 10% above its face value purchase price ($399.30, inclusive of booking fee). Offenders could face fines for multiple offences of up to $96,714 for individuals and $483,570 for corporations.
Ticket holders are welcome to pass on their ticket if they wish to, preferably via Aunty’s Re-sale Service. Alternately, if you bought a ticket and can no longer attend, you can sell your ticket to a friend, as long as you do not sell it for more than 10% above its face value purchase price (inclusive of booking fee). Please don’t let a ticket get into the hands of a Dickhead.
Look after each ticket in your order
You are responsible for all the tickets in your order, even if they are no longer in your possession. For example, if you buy three tickets and give one to a friend of a friend and that person sells it (or attempts to sell it) for 10% more than the face value purchase price, that ticket is still associated with you on our database. You are still responsible for all the tickets in your order.
Please note: Golden Codes (ballot codes) are strictly not for sale and any codes bought or sold will be null and void.