LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Millions of Ticketmaster customers are being offered free and discounted tickets due to a 13-year-old lawsuit.

The lawsuit, first filed in 2003, alleged that Ticketmaster was charging “excessive and deceptive” fees.

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Ticketmaster denies the claims, but settled the lawsuit in April and agreed to issue $45 million worth of cash, discounts, and tickets to U.S. customers who made purchases on the their website between Oct. 1999 and Feb. 2013.

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Customers affected by the “order processing fee” will receive a ticket code in their accounts, which can be redeemed for two general admission tickets to selected events and venues owned and operated by Live Nation entertainment.

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The company has set up a web page where it says they will provide a list of eligible events the vouchers will work for.