Ed Sheeran fans are left angry after tickets for his O2 Arena date are being re-sold for hundreds of pounds.
The singer-songwriter announced an extra O2 Arena gig today (March 13) with tickets going on sale at 5pm.
However excited fans soon found tickets for as much as £350 on websites like Seatwave .
Some social media users took to Twitter to express their disappointment in not securing tickets only to find them for hiked prices on other sites.
One fan who missed out wrote: "So annoyed when the people buying them will sell them on for silly money"
Whilst another criticised the "verified fan presale" which was not protected from bots buying tickets in bulk.
Secondary ticket sellers have already been heavily criticised this year after tickets for his previously announced gigs were being re-sold for thousands of pounds.
It was reported last week that ticket touts would face unlimited fines in a crackdown on resale websites with Ed himself supporting the 'ban the bots' campaign.
Meanwhile Ed kicks off his world divide tour this month and returns to London for shows on May 1 to May 3 which are all sold out.
He will also play a gig at the Royal Albert Hall on March on March 28 with Busted to raise money for the Teenage Cancer Trust.
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