This one fan is not too happy with Ed Sheeran after flying from Spain for Cork gig

Ticketmaster have warned people against buying Ed Sheeran tickets as gifts as the person that buys the ticket must be in attendance too.

This one fan is not too happy with Ed Sheeran after flying from Spain for Cork gig

Since the tickets for Ed Sheeran’s Irish tour went on sale, warnings have been issued about the sale and resale of tickets.

Ticketmaster have warned people against buying Ed Sheeran tickets as gifts as the person that buys the ticket must be in attendance too.

As the first night of the tour kicks off tonight in Cork’s Pairc Ui Chaoimh, some concert-goers have been left disappointed.

Especially this one fan who flew from Spain to attend the gig tonight.

“Just travelled from Spain to Cork. The ticket in my friend's name. Xmas present,” he Tweeted.

“Told at the box office that I can't get in. WTF ED. It's after costing me 800 euro to travel across for a concert I cant get into"

In case you missed it:

For tickets purchased online: To gain access to the concert you are required to bring your tickets along with the purchasing credit card or a photo/photocopy of the credit card and a valid form of ID to reflect family name.

For tickets purchased in outlets: Whether you have paid by cash or credit card your name will be printed on your tickets and you will be required to bring valid ID matching the name printed on the ticket, or a photocopy, to gain access to the show.

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