Despite not having yet sold out Rolling Stones tickets already being offered for double price

Despite not having yet sold out Rolling Stones tickets already being offered for double price

There's still a small number of tickets left for the Rolling Stones gig this May.

Tickets went on general sale this morning starting at €70 for pitch standing and going up to nearly a €1000 for platinum packages.

Despite not having yet sold out, some tickets are already appearing on resale sites for double the price.

The Rolling stones bring their No Filter tour to Croke Park on May 17.

The fourth gig for the venue this year has caused controversy, with residents saying the GAA had promised to only hold three.

Fans queued from the early hours of this morning to secure tickets and pitch standing tickets sold out in a matter of minutes.

There's still a limited number of seated tickets left.

- Digital Desk

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