Not surprisingly, tickets to Adele’s two shows next July in St. Paul sold out in a few minutes when they went on sale this morning.
But — and this follows up on this morning’s post — Adele isn’t as big a draw for some people as the appeal of a big payday is.
Asking prices this morning began at about $550 on StubHub, and those started within seconds of when the tickets went on sale officially this morning. Top asking prices this morning hit $9,000. Each.
That’s a little more than the action at Ticket King, where top price is closer to $7,000.
It’s probably not likely that someone will pay that kind of money. On the other hand, if you got Adele tickets, how much would you let them go for? Not that I’m looking, mind you.
When you realise the Adele tickets are harder to find than your real dad pic.twitter.com/Ulwc3e0EuJ
— The Adele (@TheAdele) December 17, 2015