Ed Sheeran fans found themselves frustrated as they attempted to get their hands on tickets to his UK tour.
Tickets for his UK tour went on sale this morning (February 2) at 10am with many customers struggling to get through the queue just one minute after logging on.
They then found tickets, which were originally priced at £51-84, being sold for £205 and some as high as £605.
Fans of the singer took to Twitter to express their disappointment at securing tickets but finding these hiked prices on resale sites like Get Me In .
The singer songwriter is heading to the O2 arena on May 1, 2 and 3 which was extended due to demand from presales.
He is also performing in Manchester, Newcastle, Nottingham and Birmingham.
Fans are now hoping he'll extend his tour into late 2017 and early 2018 so they get the chance to see him.
The official re-selling partner for Ed Sheeran's tour is Twickets, who only allow its users to sell on tickets at face value or less.
They have been endorsed by artists including Sheeran, Adele and Mumford and Sons, for more info go to Twickets.
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