Ticketmaster blasted for selling Paul McCartney briefs

Ticketmaster have been blasted for selling official tickets for Paul McCartney’s Scots show at higher prices: Ticketmaster’s Platinum seats for the SSE Hydro gig cost up to £650, with new tickets dripped into sale day by day, creating a false idea of scarcity. Not a single ticket for Macca’s show on December 14 has been listed on the firm’s own secondary sites Get Me In! and Seatwave, proving how easy it is for them to cut out touts when they wish. But Ticketmaster have been offering plenty through Platinum selling, which are generally tickets near the stage. The firm have previously fallen foul of the Advertising Standards Authority for falsely claiming Platinum briefs were the “best available”. The Record found StubHub were selling Hydro tickets for Section 50, to the left of the stage, for about £360. Viagogo were selling identical ones for about £400 – but it was £500 for an official Platinum ticket on Ticketmaster in the same section.


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