Justin Timberlake's Toronto Show Tickets Dropped To Half The Price Because Nobody Wants To Go
Justin Timberlake has been no stranger to controversy and depleting album sales this past year. Though it seems the drama is now coming to Toronto thanks to some pretty shocking news emerging from his two-day residency at the ACC that started just yesterday.
The 37- year old played his newest album, Man of the Woods to a no-where near sold-out arena last night and it was made clear by a Reddit user this morning that his tour management team is trying to change that for the second night.
It turns out that nosebleed tickets that were initially sold for $95 plus service fees are now going for $55. It most definitely has to do with the fact that Timberlake was unable to sell out either show and both Ticketmaster and his management team were probably trying to boost overall attendance.
Thankfully for fans, the Ticketmaster Fan Guarantee allows you to call in and exchange your ticket if you bought it at a higher price at first before it dropped to half of its price. Right now you can even get floor seats for $99, only $4 more than what nosebleeds were going for during the initial general sale!
The hiccup in the star's tour definitely makes sense considering his highly anticipated follow up to 20/20 completely flopped, and pairing that with his controversial Super Bowl performance, he is definitely not an artist a lot of people are clamouring to see live right now.
If you are looking to swap tickets yourself you can contact Ticketmaster's service number at 1-855-985-4357. Though you should definitely expect wait times considering their line has been quite busy! Otherwise, if you don't have tickets and are looking to catch Timberlake last minute for a steal, now is your chance!