Heading into Friday, Ticketmaster has posted about three dozen New Jersey concerts that are eligible for the second half of $10 million recently distributed in free ticket vouchers.

The codes are part of a hefty settlement, involving about 50 million people who've purchased tickets in the past. Countless people were surprised to find vouchers for free shows in their Ticketmaster.com accounts this week.

A word of advice — don't wait to decide on these! Once the limit's been met, those free codes will be pretty useless.

Round 2: More NJ concerts where you can use free Ticketmaster vouchers (Erin Vogt, Townsquare Media)

The list includes a number of shows in Holmdel and Camden. If acts look familiar, it's because many of them were part of the first round of "voucher redemptions," which reached the halfway point on Wednesday.

Ticketmaster also has revamped its special website and added a few 'new' concerts at both Jersey venues. Voucher code holders can claim pairs of General Admission tickets on a first come, first served basis. There's also a number of club shows in New York City and Philadelphia that are eligible, too.

Those discount codes that many music fans got seem to be good for the next few years. They can be redeemed for $2.25 off a purchase or $5 for UPS delivery, for a maximum combination of $14.50 per purchase.  (That's two ticket codes and two UPS codes, if you want a breakdown).

Eligible shows at PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel

Eligible shows at BB&T Pavilion in Camden

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