Would you pay £950+ vat

  AI33 14:22 13 Oct 2007

to watch one of your favourite bands?

Thats if you could get a ticket. The Eagles will play to a select audience of upto 3,500, acording to diffent newspaper reports.

Yet this weeks performances in LA range from $85 to $269.

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We don't know if we will be bothered to buy the album thats due out at the end of this month.

  GANDALF <|:-)> 15:16 13 Oct 2007

People buy brand new cars that lose £3000+ as soon as they drive them out of the showroom which kind of puts the tickets into some sort of relative comparison.


  spuds 15:49 13 Oct 2007

Amazon UK was offering a free download of a track or two of the new album yesterday.

Listen before you buy perhaps!.

  spuds 18:59 13 Oct 2007

Plus 3.24 minute video of 'How Long' on offer as well.For less than a tenner, you can have the latest 20 track album. Invite your friends around and save money ;o)

  Si_L 22:57 13 Oct 2007

I have seen tickets sold by punters "on the door" to big gigs for over £2000.

And I thought the face value of £80 was alot!

  Forum Editor 08:55 14 Oct 2007

is 'no'. I was at their reunion concert in April 1994, and was distinctly underwhelmed.

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