Organiser have voided tickets found on resale market
Some Coldplay tickets on Viagogo are being sold at more than 50 times the original price.
A Standing Pen A ticket, originally priced at $228, is going at a staggering $13,000. It was still unsold at press time last night.
Tickets sold through Sports Hub Tix cost between $78 and $298.
Live Nation Lushington told The New Paper that it would reach out to all reselling platforms, identify the resellers and void those tickets.
In a Facebook post, the concert organiser announced that it had "voided a number of tickets found on the resale market as this contravenes our term and conditions of sale".
It urged fans not to buy tickets from unauthorised sellers.
Student Darian Hidajat, 20, waited for four hours on the Sports Hub Tix website yesterday but could not get any tickets.
He told TNP: "I felt very sad when I saw that it was sold out. I guess there are just too many Coldplay fans around."
But when he saw people reselling the tickets on platforms such as Viagogo and Carousell, he was even more upset.
"These 'fans' are not what they turn out to be. It's really unfair to those who genuinely want to watch the concert," he said.
"What makes me angrier is that there are people buying the resale tickets at crazy prices."