Rolling Stones ticket price 'flexing' part of the plan, says promoter

Tom Pakinkis

Apparent price slashes on Rolling Stones concert tickets are actually part of a “flex pricing” strategy by promoter AEG Live and reports of sluggish sales are inaccurate.

That’s according to John Meglen, co-president of AEG Live subsidiary Concerts West, which is behind the Stones’ 50 & Counting tour.

The Rolling Stones' anniversary concert dates have come under scrutiny after significant ticket price drops leading to suggestions of a lack of demand at higher price points forcing the promoter's hand.

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