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U2 tickets aren't on sale yet but they're ALREADY going for €1,000 online

The tickets are being sold on Ticketmaster-owned Seatwave for all four Dublin shows.

Updated 2.39 pm

u2 seatwave Source: Seatwave.ie

TICKETS FOR U2′s four Dublin shows aren’t on sale yet but they’re already listed on an official resale site for up to €1,000.

Ticketmaster-owned resale site Seatwave have tickets listed for all four Dublin shows at a variety of prices.

The site acts as a marketplace for people to buy and sell tickets online with the price determined by demand.

The tickets for U2′s shows are listed at a variety of prices beginning at €499 excluding a booking fee on €99.98.

Some of the tickets listed are priced at €850.

It’s unclear whether these tickets have been placed on sale by people who purchased tickets through presale or by people who expect to secure tickets and plan on selling them.

Requests for clarification have been made to Ticketmaster.

u2 tickets Source: Seatwave.ie

The band are playing four November shows in Dublin and two in Belfast with the tickets going on general sale on Monday.

Paid up members to U2.com can buy some of the tickets beforehand though and those tickets went on sale today. But many fans reported problems when they went to buy their tickets.

Fans are given a code that can be used to buy presale tickets on Ticketmaster’s website.

But fans are saying that these codes did not work.

A spokesperson for Ticketmaster was unable to provide further details about the issue but the company has acknowledge that customers have been having problems.

Read: Confirmed: U2 are playing four nights in Dublin this November >

Read: U2 are being really sound to young Irish musicians >

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