Jukely alters subscription structure, caps number of monthly shows for subscribers
Change is on the horizon for Jukely subscribers. The concert membership service that proudly offered subscribers access to an unlimited number of shows per month has repealed its previous structure in favor of new guidelines that will go into effect on October 1st.
Whereas Jukely’s prior organization allowed its members to pay a $25 monthly fee to attend an unrestricted series of shows supported by the service, Jukely’s revised stipulations will restrict the number of concerts that a Jukely member can attend monthly. The monthly show limit will be determined in accordance with the monthly membership rate paid by a given member: members paying the standard $25/month can claim 4 spots [shows] per month, those paying $35/month can claim 5, those paying $45 may claim 8, and those paying $65/month can claim 10 spots per month. Annual members are permitted to claim 5 spots per month, Annual+1 members may reserve 10 spots. Bonus shows, however, will not count towards a Jukely user’s monthly spot allocation.
Jukely emphasizes that the changes to the service’s structure will engender greater “variety” and “selection” of Jukely supported concerts, while simultaneously freeing up spaces to the shows. Subscribers that continue to use Jukely signal their agreement to the platform’s updated terms through their extended use.
Needless to say, current Jukely subscribers are far from happy with the service’s new limitations:
— Shwax (@Shwax) September 19, 2017
These new @jukely terms of service are terrible- membership opportunity got slashed by 87% & same price???
— Julian Marin (@Epidemiclines) September 19, 2017
Dissapointing to see @jukely screw up membership for long time customers by restricting the number of shows that are allowed monthly
— Chinmay Jaju (@chinmay846) September 19, 2017
your updated terms of service are ‘not chill’ – goodbye
— tim bedford (@timbedford) September 19, 2017