The Disney ticket issuance machine (TMP) is currently experiencing ticket issues with the majority of Disney tickets.
This has affected all major ticket retailers including Ticketmaster, StubHub, and eBay.
As per The Hollywood Reporter, Ticketmaster has issued an advisory advising people to “stay away from this TMP as it is now experiencing ticket problems and has not been working as expected.”
The Ticketmaster website has stated that they have a team of engineers on-site to help troubleshoot the issue.
“Due to issues with tickets issued through this system, the TMP system may experience problems in the future,” the company wrote.
“Ticket issue notifications will continue to be sent out to the Tmp system users.
Please stay away from the TMI and report any problems you may encounter.” eBay has also stated that the issue has affected “most of our tickets.”
The issue is affecting a number of retailers and the site says “we are working on a solution that will address the issues and will be posted shortly.”
This has been a major inconvenience for Disney and the online marketplace.
The TMP is expected to be fixed within the next 24 hours.
Ticketmaster’s issue also affects StubHub and eBay, and both companies have advised that people should “be cautious” when attempting to purchase tickets through the system.
“There is currently an issue with ticket issuing and tickets have been incorrectly issued,” the two companies wrote.
However, they added that “we do not believe this issue is related to any other issue.
Please continue to check your tickets and if you do have a problem with your ticket please contact us so we can resolve the issue as soon as possible.”
StubHub added that people were advised to “take additional precautions” before attempting to buy tickets through their system.
A Disney spokesperson told The Hollywood Times that “The TMP was impacted and our team is working to resolve it as soon it is ready.
Tickets will be issued through our ticket issuing system and people should be cautious before trying to purchase from the system.”
“We apologize for the inconvenience caused,” the spokesperson said.
“We are working with our team to ensure tickets will be available in the near future.”
Ticketmaster also announced that the TMT will be “resolved in the next 48 hours.” eBay said that “ticket issuance issues are currently being addressed and we are working to address issues with ticket issuance in the TTM.”
The company did not immediately respond to The Hollywood Review’s request for comment.
Ticket issues have been a significant headache for the company for a number years.
In March 2018, the company issued a warning about ticket issuance issues affecting the system, saying that the “TMP and ticket issuance system have been impacted by a technical issue.”
A year earlier, in March 2017, the online retailer said that it had been “overwhelmed” by the issue, but said it was working on “a solution that addresses the issues.”
In January 2018, a major problem with the TMB came to light, with The Hollywood Register reporting that ticket issuers were “making money by issuing tickets” through the TMM and that the system was “unstable and not working as intended.”
Ticket issuers are typically required to issue tickets through a Ticketmaster TMP, which is a process that involves printing a number that is linked to the account of a specific customer, typically for $1.25.
In an email, TicketMaster explained that “the TMP process for issuing tickets through Ticketmaster is not a ticket issue,” but that “this system is being compromised, and that’s why Ticketmaster recommends using Ticketmaster Ticketmaster to issue ticket issues.”
TicketMaster said that the problem has “now been resolved.”
Stubhub confirmed the issue in a statement to The Huffington Post, saying “The ticket issuing process was not affected.
We are working closely with our ticket issuer partners to resolve this issue.
We have been told to be careful and to use Ticketmaster ticket to issue issues.”
This issue was reported to Ticketmaster on Thursday, though the company did state that it would “continue to work with our system partner to resolve the issues, and we will notify the public in a timely fashion of any improvements.”
“TMT issues will be resolved as soon we are able to do so,” Ticketmaster said in its statement.
Ticketing problems have been reported to other online retailers as well, though no issues have yet been reported for Ticketmaster.
The problems are likely related to the same problem that is plaguing the system at Disney.
Ticket issuing is a difficult process and it’s been a sore point for the online ticketing marketplace for years.
Earlier this year, a number companies were hit with ticket issues during their Ticketmaster service, and the platform announced that it was shutting down the service.
The problem appears to have been caused by the problem with ticket printing and not by any technical issues.
Ticket machine issues are also something that the online service has faced before, and in 2015, the service