If you’re looking to buy your tickets for the upcoming Khalid concert, beware of potentially phony sellers.
As KTSM previously reported, Khalid is bringing his “915 Hometown Show” to the Don Haskins Center on September 14.
Tickets will go on sale Friday, June 29 at all Ticketmaster outlets.
However, one website, Tickets-Center, is claiming to be selling tickets prematurely — and at a hefty price.
Tickets cost from $220 to $343 on Tickets-Center, while Ticketmaster’s only cost $29.20 to $54.20.
Angie Camacho said she almost paid $1,400 for four tickets on Ticket-Center, but was skeptical.
“I had went on to Google and I went to look to see if maybe there was a presale or something,” said Camacho. “[Tickets] were $350 each and so I was just like ‘Oh My God that’s expensive!’
Camacho tweeted at Khalid asking if the tickets were priced at $350, and he replied saying no.
“It was nice to get that reassurance from Khalid that they were fake, but it just makes me open my eyes to how people are so savage and sneaky,” said Camacho, who now wants to use her experience as a warning for others.
KTSM tried reaching out to Tickets-Center through the 800-number listed on its website, but was directed to an automated message.