Fleetwood Mac concerts sell out in seconds!

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A LOT of angry Twitter users expressed their annoyance that tickets for the Fleetwood Mac tour in 2015 had sold out within a minute online.

Several people decided to wake up early and get a head start by refreshing the internet page every two seconds in the hope that by 9am they would be able to quickly purchase the tickets they were waiting for.

However, many fans were in shock when they submitted the page to find the tickets had already sold out!

They were even more outraged when resale websites such as viagogo had tickets available, but at double the price of those listed on the official websites.

Tickets for widely popular bands such as Fleetwood Mac are bought in bulk on the official release day then sold to fans desperate for a ticket, at a much higher price, as a way to make profit.

The ‘On With The Show’ tour will begin in May 2015 and originally featured seven dates but in response to popular demand, it was increased to 10 performances. The band will also be reuniting with former member Christine McVie.

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