Hannah Montana Ticket Prices: A Great Reason To Never Have Children

hannah.jpgIf you scoffed at the thought of dropping $15k to net five concerts for that silly Social@Ross yuppie clusterfuck back in July, you will be delighted to learn what grownups-who-should-really-know-better are apparently willing to spend on their spoiled little dullards for one sold-out Hannah Montana show in Florida:

Now desperate parents are at the mercy of brokers, who are already advertising on their websites that they’ve got the goods. The going rate on Saturday afternoon, according to several websites ranged from $65 to $3,700. The face value of the tickets ranges from $26 to $66.

For $15,860, Gotickets.com is offering a luxury suite that seats 20 people.

And the ’08 presidental candidates are trying to argue that the middle class is suffering. You know, $15k seems exorbitant on first glance, but if 20 of us can scrape together like a grand, we could actually make this happen. Let’s really celebrate Idolator’s first birthday–by trashing a luxury suite at a Hannah Montana concert.

Hannah Montana Sells Out–Fast [Miami Herald via ONTD]

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  • ascot-revival

    For $20K, you can go on a Cheetah Girl-hunting safari.

  • Chris Molanphy

    Sure, I’d kick in 100 bux to witness a Hannah room-trashing…

  • Chris Molanphy

    Testing…1, 2, 3…

  • Bazooka Tooth

    Also: “Fuck the homeless”.

  • Halfwit

    So what’s more appalling… that these brokers will probably find a market for most (if not all) of these ticket package, or that all this means is that Disney/the Cyrii will learn better than to charge a “reasonable” price for their tickets next time? How much do you think they’re missing out on in terms of potential ticket revenue from this upselling?

  • Tenno

    “Hey man what’d you do this weekend?”

    “Got trashed and the herp at the Hannah concert. It was awesome man!”

  • mike a

    I mean, obviously someone’s paying $3,700 for scalped Hannah Montana tickets – there must be a market. I think this falls within the “more money than brains” category of parenting, like $3,000 walkers or seven-digit Bar Mitzvah parties.