Tickets disappeared fast for the Nov. 23 concert and had one potential ticket buyer tweeting “real fans have been robbed” at 10:24 a.m.
The Star-Telegram waited in line just like everybody else and found the cheapest tickets available priced at $181 after a 35-minute wait on the Ticketmaster website.
Even that proved to be fool’s gold as the tickets disappeared before they could be purchased.
At 1:30 p.m., tickets were available but the cheapest seat was listed at $775.
It was similar to the Dec. 7 ticket sale for the first show, when most fans were out of luck.
And those tickets that were supposed to start at $19.82?
There was no sign of them.
One fan who had access to the pre-sale on the latest show emailed the Star-Telegram and said they were scarce Monday, too.
“From the get-go, $181 was cheapest price,” Mike Modisett wrote. “How is this even possible?”