Beyoncé fans get scammed...

Never buy tickets from third party vendors. You will get your butt scammed really badly. Nearly 300 tickets for Beyoncé's Manchester dates were fraudulently sold last week, which saw fans being turned away from the venue. Apparently, scammers would have walked away with £27,000. The British Transport Police are currently investigating as it's believed around 140 fake pairs of tickets were sold at £192 a pair. 

The UK leg of Beyoncé's 'Mrs Carter Show' world tour wraps up on March 6th at London's O2 Arena. 

I feel really bad for those that paid DOUBLE and TRIPLE the face value and lost their money. I've never been scammed but that's because I only buy from official ticket outlets (Ticketmaster, Livenation, etc). And should a moment ever arise where I can't get those tickets because of the artist being hot in demand, I just won't bother. When you buy from Stub Hub, Viagogo and Seatwave, you're asking for trouble. You only have to read all the bad reviews on this site. There are complaints about how folks were sold fake tickets and had to be turned away, how they paid triple the face value for good seats only to be sent nosebleeds, how they paid for tickets that never even showed up and how the company refused to issue a refund when they were the ones at fault. My advice? Be cautious, and don't go there!