If you haven’t bought your concert tickets for Ed Sheeran’s “Divide Tour in Kuala Lumpur”, there is a chance that it’s no longer available.
Tickets for Sheeran’s highly-anticipated tour officially went on sale this morning (Monday, 15th May) at 10am. As expected, they were snapped up like hot cakes within the first few hours upon release.
The good news? There alternative outlets that are re-selling their Ed Sheeran concert tickets. The catch? These passes are being resold at a much higher price. If you’re desperate to to purchase these second-hand tickets, be prepared to fork out a truck load of cash.
In case you didn’t know, the initial prices for Sheeran’s upcoming concert in Kuala Lumpur are RM198, RM298, RM358, and RM458. However, resellers at sites like Viagogo are now reselling them for more than RM1200! If you think that’s outrageous, we’ve also found several Cat 1 zone tickets being resold at RM8379!
Since tickets to Sheeran’s KL concert has sold out, many have taken to social media to request willing resellers to sell them their tickets.
The organiser, PR Worldwide, has also issued a statement, saying, “resale of ticket(s) at any price… is strictly prohibited. Unlawful resale of a ticket will lead to seizure and cancellation of that ticket without refund or other compensation. Barcodes from such tickets will be disabled and you will be refused entry“.
To unlucky fans who didn’t get to successfully purchase the Ed Sheeran concert tickets, there’s still hope. The singer will also be performing in Bangkok (16th November) and Jakarta (TBA).
Best of luck 😉