Pending court approval, the agreement would provide automatic refunds of $36 per ticket to consumers who purchased through TM’s secondary TicketsNow website.

The class sought hundreds of millions of dollars for those who purchased through the resale site, alleging TM diverted tickets to popular events away from Ticketmaster Canada in favor of TicketsNow.

The suits also spurred a probe by the Competition Bureau into TM’s business practices at the time.

The first of several settlement hearings is to begin in Ontario June 29, with hearings in other provinces to follow.