Ticket Agent Is Slammed For Huge AC/DC Prices

Sunday Herald reports: Fans of the rock band AC/DC have criticized one of the U.K.'s leading agents for letting fans sell unwanted tickets for their eagerly awaited Hampden Park gig later this year at vastly inflated prices on two of its web sites.

Ticketmaster, which runs a multi-million pound franchise selling tickets for theatre, sports and music events, is one of the licensed ticket sellers for the band's 43-date world tour to accompany their first album in eight years, "Black Ice".

Although the band's emotional final gig at the national stadium on June 30 is almost sold out, fans are angry the firm is allowing people to sell tickets on two separate re-sale web sites for double their £60 (approximately $87) face value.

Read the entire article from the Sunday Herald.


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