Miley Cyrus will sell VIP ticket packages to her show on the site ILoveAllAccess.com, which is offering “[e]xclusive access for Miley Cyrus fan club members only, with special password, until June 9 17:00 BST,” according to their Web site. ILoveAllAccess.com is owned and operated by Ticketmaster’s Front Line Management, which is Cyrus’s management company.
VIP tickets, which will cost $295 each, are not yet available for sale. Instead, they state that tickets are “coming soon.” Myley Cyrus tickets officially go on sale on Monday at Ticketmaster. ILoveAccess.com states that the ticket package includes a seat in the first 25 rows, access to the pre-show party, a gift bag, a souvenir, and parking. (See the accompanying screenshot from ILoveAccess.com below).
Don Vaccaro, president and CEO of TicketNetwork, told TicketNews that “this appears to be nothing more than a bait and switch by Miley Cyrus.” Vaccaro added that “her camp doesn’t disclose to her teenage fans that she is withholding her best tickets to scalp them at almost $300 each, leaving her true fans without access to some of the best tickets.”
According to an article published today in the Wall Street Journal, “Ticketmaster also plans to offer prime seats as part of special premium packages that include other perks. That will allow Ms. Cyrus and the company to capture some of the added revenue that normally flows to scalpers.”
In an effort to discourage ticket brokers from reselling Miley Cyrus tickets, last week Miley Cyrus announced that her tour’s ticketing will be completely paperless. The official onsale begins on Monday on Ticketmaster and tickets will cost $39.50 to $79.50, plus fees.