Can You Make Money On Adele’s Tour Ticket Sale Without Even Buying One?

We’ve already brought you some pretty staggering numbers about Adele’s new album 25 and upcoming tour, but the stats keep rolling in.

Vibe Tickets, a company that endeavours to help fans exchange tickets at face value, has reached out to bookmakers Paddy Power for some odds around Adele’s 2016 tour, and it turns out you could, in theory, make some readies without even buying a ticket by having a flutter on certain outcomes. But please, please do remember: you could lose your money too.

Here are your odds:

100/1: An Adele ticket (originally £55, £75 or £95 plus booking fees) is resold for upwards of £50,000.

4/7: All Adele tour tickets sell out in under 10 minutes when they go up for sale this Friday (Dec 4).

9/4: Adele’s upcoming tour becomes the fastest-selling of all time.

Tickets for the tour go on sale on Friday following a pre-sale yesterday (December 1) that suggested it might be a bit of a bunfight. Adele’s shows take place in London, Manchester, Dublin and Belfast next year.