So, I wanted so much to see Sir Paul as close as possible. I should have prefaced this by saying that I use a wheelchair. I have seen him perform before, but always on a handicap platform. You see in NJ it seems that if you buy a VIP package and spend a considerable amount of money on tickets, they put you to n a platform or in my case recently they want to move you. I spoke to at least three people from the Prudential Center and Ticketmaster before the tickets went on sale. Yes, If I bought the front row package, I could sit in the front row. Could it be true? I was flying high above the clouds. My joy was short lived. My section C front row seats were essentially taken away. For my "safety" they were moving me to the end of the row whereI would not be able to see Paul. They told me to think about whether or not I wanted to go. I went back and forth on it all summer. Finally, a week before I decided that I couldn't let them do this to me so I decided not to go. It breaks my heart and I have had some new health issues recently so I really needed it, but it is not to be. I asked them to make it possible in the future for all people to be treated equally and to not treat us in this discriminatory way(by the way the person I spoke to admitted it was discrimination.) everyone should be able to see their favorite performer in any way they choose to.