Ed Sheeran fans are being warned to keep an eye out for invalid or fraudulent tickets being sold ahead of his highly anticipated concerts next week.
Tickets for his two three arena gigs sold out in under five minutes when they first went on sale in February, and now, as his gig edges closed, fans who are desperate to get their hands on a pair of tickets are advised to be wary of counterfeit sales.
Peter Aiken, of Aiken promotions, released a statement saying: “We are once again cautioning fans NOT to purchase tickets via ANY secondary sellers or ANY unofficial source.
“Purchasing from these sites [and] secondary sellers can result in huge financial loss and disappointment for fans that could potentially arrive at the venue having been sold counterfeit tickets, only to be refused entry without recourse.”
Purchasing from unofficial sites or secondary sources can result in fans being turned away at the door due to counterfeit tickets, resulting in financial loss and no entry to the concert.