Greedy ticket touts are cashing in on RAF charity concerts. The scalpers have been charging up to nine times the face value for tickets for the centenary tour – despite official briefs still being available. The Royal Air Force Charitable Trust Enterprises (RAFCTE) are asking people to check the box office at Glasgow’s Royal Concert Hall before buying tickets for the concert on Wednesday. Marketing director Shane Bellamy said: “We’re keen for as many people as possible to come along and enjoy the impressive sounds of the RAF bands while we celebrate 100 years of the Royal Air Force. “We would urge anyone interested in attending to purchase tickets at the correct value from the official website or directly from the relevant venue. Seats are still available so there is simply no need to pay anything above the face value of the ticket. “And you can buy with confidence that funds raised will go towards the excellent work of the Royal Air Force Charitable Trust”. The warning comes after RAFCTE were made aware of concert tickets being resold for £93 – nine times the face value of briefs on some of the concert dates. The Daily Record has been campaigning… Read full this story
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