Ed Sheeran

TAXI DRIVER OVERHEARD ARMY BOYS PLAN TO PROFIT FROM ED SHEERAN TICKETS

I am a taxi driver and would like to share what I heard when I sent 4 army boys to their camps on Sunday night. The boys were talking about how they can profit from Ed Sheeran tickets, one of them who went to queue claimed that he got 8 tickets and only needs 2, he is willing to sell the some of the remaining 6 tickets to the other friends and allow them to jack up the prices for profits. They started looking over the Internet for some cheaper tickets like maybe less than $1000 and prepare to sell them out again at $1500 so on and so forth.

I am wondering, are these army boys so desperate for money? Why are they robbing others of their livelihood with their own greed or advantage? I am hoping for the authorities or ticketing agents to take actions avian at these scalpers. Please be careful Ed Sheeran fans.

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SCALPERS SELLING ED SHEERAN CONCERT TICKETS FOR $13,000 EACH, MILKING THE FANS DRY!

Ed Sheeran's concert is totally sold out and we the fans are suffering from those unethical scalpers who buy the tickets with no intention of catching his concert. They just want to milk us for money and charge us crazy resale prices for the tickets! A normal ticket only cost 100 - 200+ but now tickets are going for the thousands! Worse, some asshole is selling Floor tickets for a whopping $13,000 per ticket! This is daylight robbery!

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CONCERT TICKET SCALPERS GETS AWAY WITH DAYLIGHT ROBBERY

Seems like minutes after the tickets were all sold out, the ticket scalpers swung into action, and offered the tickets for sale on sites such as Carousell and Viagogo. The tickets, which went on sale for $108 to $248 via official channels, are not being hawked around for $2,520. The resale tickets appeared despite organisers AEG Presents having warned that "unlawful resale (or attempted unlawful resale) of a ticket would lead to seizure or cancellation of that ticket without refund or other compensation".

These scalpers are making easy money out of the pockets of real fans. Is there anything the authorities can do about this? Like contact the sellers themselves and get them arrested for scalping? Surely scalping is a crime? This is clearly daylight robbery! But people will still be dumb enough or desperate enough to buy these tickets, and the scalpers will get away with it, making huge profits for not doing much.

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