The U2 2011 tour has kicked off and the sold out shows have been in high demand from U2 fans with ticket prices staying pretty steady right up to the concert dates. Ticket brokers still have a pretty good supply of U2 tickets for the upcoming shows but most of the seats have been selling as the concerts draw near.
The best seats for U2 are still selling for well over the face value of $279 but the best deal for tickets to see U2 are the general admission field seats which run just over $100 each for many of the venues and as low as $75 each for Lincoln Financial Field. The VIP Red Zone tickets are some of the hardest to find and usually run over $500 each.
The best bet is to buy U2 tickets early for the shows that are not showing many tickets left or wait if price is an object and your willing to miss out on the concert altogether if the prices don’t drop. U2 are expecting to have sold over 7 million tickets for the current tour breaking the record set by the Rolling Stones “Voodoo Lounge” tour.