Enormous resale ticket prices revealed…

Led Zeppelin’s reunion concert at London’s O2 Arena last December was the most lucrative gig of 2007 for ticket touts, according to new figures.

Seatwave, a ticket exchange their website, revealed that the average price for a ticket to the concert was £7,425. The tickets were sold originally for £125 each and promoters aimed to make them non-transferable.

The next most expensive resale tickets of 2007 were for Barbara Streisand’s show at the O2 Arena, which sold for an average of £287, reports The Guardian.

The Eagles’ intimate show at London’s IndigO2 Arena sold for an average of £990. Tickets for Take That’s comeback show sold for an average of £124.

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