Since tickets have not yet gone on sale, anyone claiming to have tickets is selling "speculative tickets".
The program - which is also used by artists like Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift - requires potential concert-goers to register ahead of time for shows they'd like to attend.
Previews for the show begin on October 3. On Tuesday night, fans who signed up either received a code for today's sale, or, if you are me, an unlucky person, an email saying maybe you'll get a text later with a code.
It's a bravely high-profile way to try rolling out a new initiative, and Marcus admits the company is acutely aware that Springsteen's passionate fanbase will be quick to air their grievances if Verified Fan ends up making the purchasing process more complicated - or worse, more hard for diehards to get their hands on tickets.
United States private sector added most workers in five months in August: ADP
Job openings are at a record and suggest strength in the labor market will continue, bolstering the outlook for consumer spending. The initial BLS employment estimate is often very weak in August due to measurement problems, and is subsequently revised higher.
"#SpringsteenBroadway has been EXTENDED!"
"I wanted to do some shows that were as personal and as intimate as possible".
If you previously registered for "Springsteen on Broadway" powered by Ticketmaster #VerifiedFan your registration would automatically carried over for the new run, so there is no need to re-register.