Beyoncé No View Tickets Is An Actual Thing
Beyoncé No View tickets is the new cool thing?
We’ll visit that in a minute. It’s no big secret that the price of concert tickets, like everything else, has skyrocketed.
Did you read the story of the Dad that was scammed out of thousands of dollars, buying Taylor Swift tickets through a third party vendor, only to have the tickets never arrive? In the last days before the show, he shelled out almost $20,000 for four tickets, to not disappoint his daughter.
Earlier this year, when Ticketmaster.com launched the on-sale for the Taylor Swift Eras Tour, thousands were shut-out of the presale when the website crashed, repeatedly. According to guardian.com:
As a result, the main sale was cancelled and a group of fans filed a lawsuit accusing the company of fraud, price-fixing and anti-trust violations. “We need to do better and we will,” said Joe Berchtold, president of Ticketmaster’s parent company Live Nation.
Earlier this year many fans of the Boss expressed outrage at the over-top ticket prices of $5000 for better-view seats.
According to Variety: Bruce Springsteen addressed the controversial ticketing rollout for his 2023 U.S. tour for the first time, telling Rolling Stone he knows “it was unpopular with some fans” but maintaining that “most of our tickets are totally affordable.”
Beyoncé Has The Answer
Addressing the issue of high prices for tickets, pop icon Beyoncé began offering no-view seats for $226 tickets.
According to KTLA:
So-called “listening only” tickets are being offered to fans and they range in price between $100 to $200. The seats for these tickets are located in places in the stadium where the view of the stage is obstructed in some way.
So Beyoncé No-View tickets means you get a listening only, experience for almost $500. We have that now for free. It’s called radio.