hello goodbye to your money.
When you have the highest selling album debut of all time, it's safe to assume that people are going to spend however much it takes to see you in concert.
That fact is clearer than ever thanks to Adele; whose tickets for the European leg of her 25 tour went on sale early Tuesday morning and are already reselling for as much as ten times their original value.
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Apparently, superfans of the 27-year-old singer were offered pre-sale tickets for their idol at 9 a.m. GMT today, and legal scalping sites currently have the regularly priced $53-$143 tix bumped all the way up to a staggering $1355 at their worst.
What's most interesting about this is that Adele's team tried to limit the number of resold tickets by implementing a four-tickets per person rule… but that clearly didn't work.
Tickets to see 25 live this February and March officially go on sale this Friday, so it should be interesting to see just how high these prices climb.
How much would U be willing to fork over to see Adele live??
[Image via Adele/Instagram.]
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