At a Coldplay ticket pre-sale event in Jakarta, a ticket seller apologized for selling tickets at prices higher than their original value. The seller admitted that the “insider” they mentioned was actually their own relatives who had obtained the tickets beforehand.
They sold the tickets for 1.6 million rupiah (approximately RM492.71) for tickets that were originally priced at 800,000 rupiah (approximately RM246.36). A 2.5 million rupiah (approximately RM769.86) for tickets that were originally 1.3 million rupiah (approximately RM400.33).
The band’s performance at Gelora Bung Karno Stadium in Jakarta is scheduled for November. Malaysia is trying to crackdown on excessive Coldplay ticket prices, sold in black market.
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