I just bought 2 tickets to a symphony concert from ticketmaster and they happen to be seats 8-10. I didn't notice so i just bought it. I'm thinking I could trade seats with the person who has the ticket for seat 9 if he/she is nice enough.. And does anyone know if this is a common issue?
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You probably could, yeah.
Seems a bit stupid if you bought them together.
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Maybe odd seats are on one side of the aisle and even on the other and the seats are together
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At a place where I live they don't have even number seats.

It was weird, my friend and I were going to see Alice Cooper but we couldn't find any seats together and all the seats available had one seat taken between them. Then we realized that there were no even seats, so I would check and see if the venue you are going to is the same way.