MAFS' John Aiken charges fans to attend his speaking event at a school hall

Would YOU pay for advice from a MAFS relationship 'expert?' John Aiken charges fans to attend his speaking event at a school hall... after his $15,000 fee for a 'retreat' was revealed

By Caleb Taylor For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 17:18 BST, 23 May 2019 | Updated: 17:48 BST, 23 May 2019

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Married At First Sight relationship 'expert' John Aiken reportedly charges $15,000 for a three-day retreat for struggling couples.  

And now, the 48-year-old is preparing to talk to fans at a speaking event in New Zealand next week, for a fee.  

John will be appearing at Scots College in Wellington on Wednesday for the event, with ticket entry costing $20. 

Would you fork out the cash?  MAFS relationship 'expert' John Aiken (pictured) is charging fans $20 to see him talk at a speaking event in New Zealand next week

Would you fork out the cash?  MAFS relationship 'expert' John Aiken (pictured) is charging fans $20 to see him talk at a speaking event in New Zealand next week

Sharing a flyer for the event to Instagram, John said he was happy to be returning to his 'old stomping ground.'

He wrote: 'Very excited to be coming back to my old stomping ground to speak next Wed (sic) night. Would love to see you there.'

John might be cutting the price due to his ties to the school. 

Cut-price fee? John shared the event details to Instagram on Thursday. Here with former MAFS stars Martha Kalifatidis (L) and Michael Brunelli (R)

Cut-price fee? John shared the event details to Instagram on Thursday. Here with former MAFS stars Martha Kalifatidis (L) and Michael Brunelli (R) 

In February, it was reported by Daily Mail Australia that John offered a 'rescue your relationship' retreat for

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