Further Warning Issued Over Sale Of Fraudulent Ed Sheeran Tickets
Another warning has been issued over Ed Sheeran tickets.
Aiken Promotions are warning fans that fraudulent tickets are already being offered for resale despite previous warnings that tickets bought through secondary sources and unofficial sites are invalid.
They have said
"Some websites are offering E Tickets/Print at home Tickets. These tickets do not exist for ANY of the sold-out Ed Sheeran Irish tour dates. In addition seated tickets are on offer for seats that do not exist The tickets are not legitimate and must be avoided."
Ed Sheeran broke ticket sales records in Ireland on Saturday being the first ever artist to sell 300,000 tickets for Irish shows in one day.
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