Tickets for England’s first major football final since 1966 were being sold by touts for an astonishing £54,000 each yesterday.
Hours after millions celebrated England beating Denmark 2-1 in a tense semi-final, supporters began their desperate hunt for seats for the final.
Tickets for England’s first major football final since 1966 were being sold by touts for an astonishing £54,000 each yesterday
Tickets on Uefa’s official website sold out last week and it is highly doubtful whether any more will appear.
But thousands of lucrative seats have been listed on high-profile ticket resale websites, social media pages and Ebay.
Yesterday the Mail found a pair of tickets for sale on tout website Ticombo for £54,000 each – more than 180 times their original face value of £295. Each ticket was being offered for £43,000, and each came with a whopping booking fee of £11,000.
Elsewhere, hospitality tickets were being sold for £40,000 apiece on a website called Live Football Tickets. Thousands