Discounted tickets for Israel’s Rolling Stones concert sell out in 27 seconds

The Rolling Stones. Credit: Wikimedia Commons.

(Israel Hayom/Exclusive to A bloc of discounted tickets for June’s Rolling Stones concert in Tel Aviv sold out in less than half a minute after going on sale Thursday morning.

The “Lucky Dip” tickets, which were gone in 27 seconds, were sold without revealing to which seats they correspond, giving people a chance to purchase both regular and potentially VIP tickets at a lower price. Ticket buyers will only find out what seats they have when they arrive at the show.

VIP tickets for what will be the first, and likely the last, Rolling Stones concert in Israel retail for about $288 dollars, while regular tickets cost about $200.

An undisclosed number of Lucky Dip tickets sold for about $100.

Posted on April 4, 2014 .