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Be Prepared To Pay Scalpers Up To RM11,000 If You Want To Watch BLACKPINK In Malaysia

Might as well fly to another country and watch them live, Blinks.


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Be Prepared To Pay Scalpers Up To RM11,000 If You Want To Watch BLACKPINK In Malaysia
You may not know the band, but we’re pretty sure you’ve heard arguably one of the most infectious songs of the year “DDU-DU DDU-DU”.

The band who sang the song, Blackpink, will be making their way to Malaysia for their first ever concert at Stadium Malawati, Shah Alam on 23 February 2019.

Eager Malaysian fans broke the internet (or website server) when they tried to secure concert tickets that went on sale on 12 December.

As expected, the tickets ranging from RM273 to RM693 were snapped up within minutes and sent fans into a frenzy.

I got no money ddu-du ddu-du~
Desperate fans scoured the high and low on the internet for tickets and naturally, these concert tickets resurfaced on reselling platforms such as StubHub and Viagogo.

Before you get all excited thinking you’ve finally found a solution to your concerts woes, be warned that these tickets are sold with a price tag of up to RM11,212.67!

The cheapest one we found so far is selling for RM885 during the time of posting.

Siao ah want to sell for RM11,000?!
We can only put the Shopee ad on loop by the looks of it.
Guess Blinks will be singing a different tune – "I have no ticket DDU-DU DDU-DU" - after looking at the ticket prices offered by these scalpers.

Disappointed with the news, fans took to social media to express themselves.

Some even suggested that they re-watch Shopee’s ads a thousand times, since Blackpink is their latest ambassador, rather than forking out a five-figure number to catch them in action.
 
So, any of you guys managed to secure your tickets? If you did, have fun! And if you didn’t, perhaps you can try buying tickets to their show in Singapore?

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