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Justin Timberlake's $500 Tour Merchandise Bundle Completely Sold Out!

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It looks like Justin Timberlake might be spending too much money on suits and ties, because he's asking fans to cough up a pretty penny for his tour's merchandise package!

For the jaw-dropping price of $449 (plus taxes), superfans can buy themselves a bundle that includes 2 t-shirts, 5 buttons, an album poster, and a black and white autographed photo from his performance at the Grammys.

Oh, and you’ll also get a CD, vinyl, and digital download copy of The 20/20 Experience just in case you need to get your JT fix 3 different ways!

Unfortunately, the pricey bundle does NOT include concert tickets from his upcoming tour. At the very least, 500 bucks should get you one of his used bow ties!!

What’s more surprising than the steep prices is that, according to his website, the bundles are already COMPLETELY SOLD OUT! So if you were planning on smashing your piggy bank and scrounging for loose change, don’t bother!

We didn’t realize JT fans had such deep pockets!

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4 comments to “Justin Timberlake's $500 Tour Merchandise Bundle Completely Sold Out!”



  1. 1

    Did Pee Wee Herman die, and leave Timberlake his suit ?



  2. 2

    how's it go? a fool and his money,,,

  3. The Matrix says – reply to this


    3

    He looks like a fast talking used car salesman in a $75.00 suit,



  4. 4

    Wow that is a lot of money. Last time I went to a concert was to see Jimmy Buffett, tickets cost me $60pp plus dinner at the Phoenix Club (really nice German restaurant) near the Arrowhead Pond (now called Honda Center). What a blast, folks handing out Jello shinots in the parking lot, Jimmy tequila margaritas, etc. He is a really good performer and entertainer.
    But $449 and no concert tickets - geez what a ripoff.