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Ohnotheydidn't.com reports that StubHub, the official partner site of Ticketmaster, will be offering tickets for Lady Gaga's highly anticipated 'Born This Way Ball' tour at deep discounts. According to CNN, tickets will be made available for as cheap as $23, despite the fact that regular tickets on Ticketmaster are being offered at $60 to $200.
Gaga's North American tour will kick off on January 14 in Tacoma. The site reports that hundreds of tickets still remain through Ticketmaster while over at StubHub, tickets are available at less than face value. In San Jose, Ticketmaster posted that they are sold out with the exception of the most expensive tickets selling for $175. Yet StubHub is still offering hundreds of tickets, some at below face value.
Following shows throughout Europe, Australia, New Zealand and Asia, The Born This Way Ball will visit 25 cities in North America including performances in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, and Toronto. In this brand new tour, Gaga performs her latest album Born This Way as well as music from both The Fame and The Fame Monster. The Born This Way Ball began on April 27th, 2012 in Seoul, South Korea.
The Born This Way Ball is Lady Gaga's first tour since the release of her album Born This Way (Streamline/Konlive/Interscope), which has sold nearly 6 million copies Worldwide since its release in May 2011. The album is the follow-up to back-to-back Grammy Award-winning albums 2009's The Fame Monster, and 2008's The Fame. Combined, The Fame and The Fame Monster have sold 15 million albums worldwide, while Lady Gaga's hit singles have combined sales of over 90 million worldwide.