viagogo are currently running a voucher/coupon code promotion for Brit Award winners, that will take £20 off the price of tickets on their website. As you’ll know, Kings Of Leon didn’t win anything at this year’s Brits … however we’ve discovered the voucher code BRITS20 still works and will still save you £20. We’ve just spoken to a viagogo representative and they’ve confirmed that it’s fine to use this code on their site for Kings Of Leon tickets!
What this means is you might be able to get tickets for less than face value – given that as I type this post (at 10:09am) the current lowest ticket price on viagogo is £59.99
Use voucher code: BRITS20
Code expires: 3rd March 2010
The BRITS20 code above has now expired.
However – you can grab a 5% discount off all viagogo tickets by using the coupon code VGGWONDER5. Discount code expires 1st Nov 2010.
Tickets have gone onsale at 9am this morning for Kings Of Leon’s concert at London Hyde Park. You can purchase them right now from Ticketmaster
Tickets are priced at £47.50 plus a booking fee of £4.75 per ticket (=£52.25).
Update: Fri 19-Feb @ 09:10am SeeTickets are showing as SOLD OUT already for this concert!
Update: Fri 19-Feb @ 09:17am Ticketline are also now showing as sold out for this concert
Update: Fri 19-Feb @ 09:25am TicketWeb have also sold out of their allocation
Update: Fri 19-Feb @ 09:29am I think Ticketmaster have now sold out too. When trying on their website all I can get is "Sorry, no exact matches were found, but other tickets may still be available." I guess this means the entire London concert is now sold out… impressive stuff given that the capacity of Hyde Park concerts is usually around 50,000 and they’ve only been on sale for 30 minutes!
If you’ve missed out on the general sale you can still purchase tickets from third party resellers (although you may have to pay more than face value). Currently viagogo have availability from around £60
Leave a comment if you’ve managed to purchase Kings Of Leon tickets today, or let us know your experience trying to get hold of them – we’ve found the SeeTickets, Ticketline and Ticketmaster websites incredibly busy this morning.