Justin Bieber is bringing his Justice World Tour to Malaysia later this year and die-hard Beliebers have been on standby to purchase the tickets since the day the concert announcement was made.
Tickets just went on sale earlier today (Thursday, 31st March) and are already sold out within a few hours. While we definitely know Justin has so many fans here, we also have reasons to suspect that not all tickets were bought by just Beliebers alone.
To recap, Justin Bieber will be performing live in Malaysia at Bukit Jalil Stadium on 22nd October. Tickets are priced from RM288 (CAT 7) up to RM1,088 (CAT 1). The VIP tickets are priced at RM1,188 (Hold On VIP), RM1,488 (Peaches VIP), and RM2,088 (Ghost VIP).
We’d be surprised if scalpers didn’t try to get their hands on the tickets just to resell them online. As it turns out, Justin Bieber’s tickets are being sold on Viagogo for up to RM10,440 per ticket! One ticket for the Ghost VIP Package cost half of your student loans!
One scalper even tries to resell the tickets on Shopee for RM988 but for some reason they did not specify on which seats/zone these tickets are for. For all we know those tickets could be the original RM288 which is the furthest you’d be at the concert. Definitely not worth it.
Netizens are also sharing on Twitter after finding more resellers online reselling the concert tickets at ridiculous prices and warning others to not buy them.
Look at these irresponsible folks. So sickening 🥵 #viral #JusticeTourMalaysia pic.twitter.com/myecCsFskl
— Héz (@hezrinshahnaz) March 31, 2022
The fact that scalpers already got their hands at tickets and selling them at 3rd party website (Viagogo). I thought the tickets cannot be transferred others? #JusticeTourMalaysia pic.twitter.com/YEhUcuU8k3
— Luhlee⁷ (@Lilyatris31) March 31, 2022
According to GOLIVE, the ticket holder’s name must match the ticket holder’s registered ID/Passport during entry so if you bought a reseller’s tickets, you will most likely not be able to enter the venue. So far, Viagogo or any of the websites mentioned have not released any official statement regarding the reselling issue.
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