How many companion seats at a concert venue can a person with a disability purchase for their guests in the accessible seating area?

People purchasing a ticket for an accessible seat may purchase up to three additional seats for their companions in the same row and these seats must be contiguous with the accessible seat.

If contiguous seats have already been sold and are not available, the venue must offer other seats as close as possible to the accessible seat.

If those seats are in a different price category, the venue is not required to modify the price and may charge the same price as it charges others for those seats.

Where a venue limits ticket sales to fewer than four tickets, those limits also apply to tickets for accessible seats.

Similarly, when a venue allows the purchase of more than four tickets, that policy also applies to tickets for accessible seats, but only three companion seats must be contiguous with the accessible seat.

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