Bruce Springsteen’s manager is doubling down on ticket prices for the 72-year-old rocker’s latest tour, which have some seats costing as much as $5,000 apiece.
In this economy, such prices have left fans shocked that the musician who once championed the working man has allowed his ticket sales to “rip the bones from their backs.”
In what has become a controversial “dynamic pricing” method under Ticketmaster’s monopoly system, which determines ticket prices by the demand to discourage scalping — The Boss’s manager defended Team Springsteen, despite the number of “platinum” tickets hitting excessively high costs.
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“In pricing tickets for this tour, we looked carefully at what our peers have been doing,” Jon Landau said in a statement, per The New York Times. “We chose