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Rolling Stones Forced To Slash Ticket Prices For Tour

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PHILADELPHIA -

The Rolling Stones rocked a packed house in Los Angeles over the weekend to kick off their North American "Fifty and Counting" tour, but only after websites slashed ticket prices!

It's something the band now has to do if they want to ensure full houses for their tour.

Tickets started out around $250 to $600. When they weren't sold out, websites lowered some prices, and the band released additional cheap seats at the last minute for around $85.

The 17-date tour is the band's biggest in six years, and it marks 50 years since they burst onto the music scene.

But that's not enough to make fans pay big bucks to go see them.

The Stones are making their way to the Wells Fargo Center in June, and tickets range from $147 to almost $600.

The pricey tickets are either for the club box or lower level and floor seats.

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