London, UK - O2 Arena- 12/16- CONFIRMED
Sgt._Pepper last edited by
makka last edited by
do we know something about ticket prices? or maybe you can tell what were the prices in past in UK? I don't know how much money I have to prepare and still wondering for maybe travel to UK for one of Macca's shows. your thoughts, please?
Gordy JS last edited by
Well the Glasgow site is saying £73-£143, I'd imagine that it'll be the same for the O2
Last time he was at the O2, the top price 'normal' tickets were £125 (plus all the booking fees and extras)
makka last edited by
Thank you very much Gordy JS! Dorking - normal top - you mean the highest prices for the best seats? You don't remember prices for normal GA standing or lowest price?
AXS tickets lists this show as Paul McCartney plus special guests - this could be the proper party show of the 3
thenightfish last edited by
Yes what is that about?
Golden Earth Girl last edited by
I've got my ticket from Dec 2009 on the board by my desk. The price for my ticket then was £95.25. Apart from the Strictly Live Tour earlier this year, I havent been to the O2 since Paul played there in 2011. It isn't the cheapest of places. I'm expecting tickets, if I'm lucky enough to get some, to be anywhere from £130 upwards.
Off topic, but - Makka, on the Freshen Up thread, there's a rumor (or news report) that Paul will play in Vienna in December. Maybe this is a better option for you? However, Vienna hasn't been officially announced yet, so maybe London is a better choice.
chrisstevens last edited by
Just a heads up - and I'm not sure if this has been posted elsewhere- but 02 customers have a pre-sale for the 02 London date in 2 hours! This has been announced since the dates were, but few have noticed it seems.
Finally got my O2 presale ticket for London after they rejected multiple cards on multiple machines. I think they had problems with payments this morning! Anyway! Am in
Boggle last edited by
managed to get my 2 tickets but was getting really frustrated as it kept on crashing on me!
Taking my 13 year old son who isnt a Beatles fan but loves Pauls 2 new songs so much he wants to go with me!
Got in Block 101 - had a great time there 2015 and I have pretty much the same seats this time
Isn't presale tomorrow for the London show as well?
FixingAHole last edited by
I was looking at the seating map for the O2, the floor area is broken up into areas. Will it be standing or a fully seated gig?
Just got my email, and not one of the lucky ones to get in on the Verified Fan presale:
Due to extremely high demand to see Paul McCartney, you are currently on the waiting list to receive an access code for the Verified Fan on sale.
Remember, you can still buy tickets in the General Sale on Monday, July 16 at 10:00 (venue local time).
MOVING OFF THE WAITING LIST
Should additional tickets become available, registrants will be randomly selected to move off the waiting list, and provided a unique code via SMS to access tickets. Please keep in mind tickets may be extremely limited and will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Just received the dreaded message too: waiting list.
That new presale system really sucks.....
You can see the face value ticket prices by looking at what is available on Stubhub (an authorised ticket reseller site)
They legally have to state the face value price
Not going to spend hours researching it, but can see seats in the upper section are £125 (block 402) , £65 (block 408)
(the variance in prices depends on how near you want to be)
Floor A3, which is the front block, face value £143
Floor B3 (next block back) face value £125
Floor is seating (although everyone will stand)
Lower tiered seating (side) block 101 face value £125
Lower tiered seating (side) block 111 face value £142.75
Makes me cross that people can buy tickets and instantly put them on resale for a mark up. Oh well, should have got an O2 mobile phone!
Don't think I'll have a problem getting a ticket, probably a fairly good one, as I only want one, and singles are often on sale longer than pairs or groups of tickets.
5th-beatle last edited by
How good were the tickets available earlier today on the O2 pre-sale? All sectors, including floor?
Nancy R last edited by
Fully seated according to Dorking.