I noticed some Twitter comments from people saying they weren’t able to buy a ticket using their credit cards. That’s what happened to me, too, one time - for a different UK event (maybe the ice bucket thing). But I called my bank and they allowed the transaction to go through. I think some foreign websites are automatically blocked by credit cards for being suspicious. If that happens to you - call your bank!
It depends on the card company, some automatically block everything that’s not from the country you’re in. I’ve got one that I just call first and they note the account and the charge goes right through, worked like a charm when I bought some perfume from France and a subscription to Vogue Italia.
I bought some perfume from France and a subscription to Vogue Italia.
I’ve discovered, from my very non-fancy international purchases, that one of my credit cards is always accepted. I think it’s because it has a much lower credit limit. It only ever gets used when my Netflix and cable are automatically charged to it, so now I also use it for these other international online transactions.
It was about 15 minutes late in starting, so I spent that time trying different devices and computers. When it finally did start, I saw that I could be watching it on YouTube, instead. So I lost the first 5 minutes, and had to rewind to watch from the beginning - which I did.
Here’s a blurry screenshot of the entire cast, with Benedict second from the left, and (I think) Sophie second from the right.