1. In every principal office or branch office, bureau, agency or sub-agency of any licensee under this article, there shall be conspicuously posted and at all times displayed a price list showing the established price charged by the operator of the place of entertainment for which a ticket is being sold by such licensee, together with the price being charged by such licensee for the resale of such ticket, so that all persons visiting such place may readily see the same. The licensee shall also on request furnish each purchaser of a ticket with a receipt showing the same information. Further, if the licensee conducts business through the use of the internet, the same price list, or hyperlink to the same, shall be conspicuously displayed on the internet page on which tickets are accessed. In addition the licensee shall publish in a conspicuous place, or hyperlink to on the internet a statement clearly detailing the required guarantees required by section 25.07 of this article.
2. An online resale marketplace shall post a clear and conspicuous notice on the website that the website is for the secondary sale of a ticket, that the price of such ticket offered for sale may exceed the established price and shall also state the refund policy of the platform in connection with the cancellation or postponement of an event. An online resale marketplace shall require that the user confirm having read such notice before completing any transaction. For the purposes of this section, an “online resale marketplace” means any operator or manager of a website or other electronic service that resells tickets or serves as a platform to facilitate resale, or resale by way of a competitive bidding process.
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