Adele Fans Upset Over Sold-Out Concert Tickets

Fans attempting to buy tickets to the singer's North American tour cried foul over long waiting periods and outrageous markups.
1:53 | 12/19/15

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Finally tonight, she's taken over the radio, topped the charts. Her song "Hello" already quickly becoming the song of the year. It's no surprise that Adele's north American concert tour sold out in minutes yesterday. So is there still any hope for those disappointed fans? ? Hello from the ? if you were hoping to say hello to Adele in concert, you're likely out of luck. Tickets for Adele's 56-date north American tour, her first in five years, sold out online in minutes. It's sold out. Did you get Adele tickets? ? Reporter: And in some cases it's not diehard Adele lovers who want to hear her sing new hits like "When we were young" scooping up tickets. It's scalpers. Seats were originally priced between $39.50 and $149.50 on ticketmaster. Now those same tickets are being marked up more than 6,000%. We found tickets on stub hub for as much as $10,000. Whenever there's a big tour, there's a huge rush for tickets. Never in my memory has it happened on this scale. Reporter: But Adele is turning the tables. By using song kit, a site that sells tickets through websites and artist fan clubs. They sold 235,000 tickets for Adele's world tour block at least 53,000 known or likely scalpers, saving the real fans 6.3 million in mark-ups. But in north America the site sold only 8% of tickets. ? Rumor has it ? rumor has it there's still hope, a little at least. What usually happens when there's this kind of unsatisfied demand for shows is more shows get added. I'm not sure that there will ever be enough shows for it. So keep your fingers crossed. It was Adele's song "Rolling in the deep" that she sang "Don't underestimate the things that I will do."

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