After much speculation and a full day behind its original release plan on Tuesday, Verified Fans’ presale at Adele’s Weekends With Adele residence in Las Vegas took place on Wednesday. Organizers never officially released ticket prices, but speculation was that the average for the venue would likely be at least $ 4-500 per seat, with prime locations for many more.
In the end, that was probably too low an estimate, given that Ticketmaster apparently used dynamic pricing to capture maximum revenue for performance, taking advantage of the enormous pressure they were ensuring they would be up on. those who got codes for the high demand event.
After some pre-sale indications of a “face value” starting at $ 85 plus fees for the back of the room and $ 685 for the premium seats near the stage, the prices appeared to be dynamic prices well above. above those numbers, dashing the hopes of at least some of the fans who have walked through the code system and the long queue to be billed in the primary market.
Adele fans on Twitter took turns celebrating their chance to score passes to the highly anticipated Las Vegas residency, cursing the stressful and endless process, complaining about outrageous ticket prices, cried no not arrive in time to buy tickets, or sometimes a combination of several of them.
From social media posts, it appears the dynamic price range for Adele tickets in Las Vegas was way above expectations, with nosebleeds reaching several hundred dollars before fees and prime locations near. ten times the supposed high end of $ 685.
Online for Adele LV ticket sales the second she opened for me and was # 2000 in the queue. 14 minutes later and it was my turn. The nosebleed seats cost $ 600 each. Ouch, too spendthrift! Well it was fun to try! I love you forever @ Adele ??
– MamaBix (@Bixbees) December 8, 2021
bruh within 10 minutes everything sold for @ Adele tickets I want to cry I couldn’t get anything
– Stephanie DaCosta (@ 11_dacosta) December 8, 2021
Adele screwed up for not fixing the ticket prices
– crystal â¨ (@ mecrystal98) December 8, 2021
– Judy Cardona (@benotie) December 8, 2021
I really like Adele, but when I finally got it right and saw these awardsâ¦ I just can’t.
– Gretchen Weiners (@_NotoriousVIC) December 8, 2021
– KP (@ renka9903) December 8, 2021
not worth it pic.twitter.com/gXAbPFpguJ
– Jayson (@crtrdwrdjysn) December 8, 2021
@ Adele Sad, I tried but all this adjustable pricing makes it impossible to snag a reasonably priced ticket. Never mind. It’s Youtube music. ??
– Jennifer A. Laurence (@jenniferalauren) December 8, 2021
The singer had already taken a hit on social media this week when the show’s COVID policies were announced, which say those hoping to attend will need to be fully vaccinated against COVID AND provide proof of a recent negative test for be able to attend. .
Event planners are expected to declare a full sale of the entire performance series without holding a general sale for those who have not been “verified”, but it remains to be seen whether there will be or no late release of additional tickets. and / or âplatinumâ deals to the upcoming event, similar to what happened to BTS shows at SoFi Stadium this fall. For those hoping to catch a late drop, the Ticketmaster page for Adele’s shows is here: https://www.ticketmaster.com/adele-tickets/artist/1159272
For those who wish to browse through the tickets available in the secondary market, there will likely be plenty to choose from – either among fans who have been “verified” but cannot resist the much-requested option of reselling their tickets, or from leaving. tickets directly pushed by the organizers on the secondary market.