Fans left frustrated as The Rolling Stones tickets sell out instantly

Angry Twitter comments as tickets already listed on eBay

Fans left frustrated as The Rolling Stones tickets sell out instantly

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Tickets to see The Rolling Stones in London this November sold out instantly this morning, leaving many fans frustrated as their attempts to purchase tickets proved fruitless.

Despite tickets to see the legendary rockers costing between £90 and £375 each, demand for the gig was extremely high and many fans found themselves unable to get onto the Ticketmaster website to purchase the tickets when they became available at 9am this morning.

All 30,000 tickets for the two dates at London's 02 Arena were snapped up immediately with many fans expressing their frustration online:

Tickets to see The Rolling Stones in London are already listed on eBay with prices currently reaching £5,800 for two tickets. Many other pairs of tickets are being sold for thousands each.

Guitarist Keith Richards admitted this week that he hates charging "over the top prices" for tickets, but expects to pocket around £16m from the shows.

To check the availability of Rolling Stones tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

If you can’t find the Rolling Stones tickets you are looking for, go to the NME Ticket Exchange.

Remember if you have spare tickets, don’t let them go to waste. Sell your tickets to other Rolling Stones fans.

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