Fans absolutely fuming over Floyd Mayweather vs Conor McGregor London press conference tickets
The Flash himself couldn't snap up tickets to the Floyd Mayweather vs Conor McGregor London press conference.
If you managed to get tickets to the Floyd Mayweather vs Conor McGregor London press conference, fair play. The vast majority of people who were trying to secure theirs failed.
The presser goes down in the SSE Arena Wembley on Friday and will mark the end of the highly-anticipated world tour promoting their diamond-encrusted panty night on August 26.
Tickets were free and open to the public from noon on Tuesday, but as expected, the demand was incredibly high.
— UFC Europe (@UFCEurope) July 11, 2017
Tickets were limited to four per person and were distributed on a first-come, first-served basis. The problem was that so many people were looking for them, even those who thought they had arrived first missed out.
All the tickets were snapped up in seconds and those who missed out were understandably frustrated.
Absolutely ruined by bots!! I was there at 11:55 refreshing as soons as they went live none available - #poor
— Pro James (@James_Pr0) July 11, 2017
Same I'm fuming man - literally 30 secs after opening it was all red no seats at all what is the point been waiting all week just need 1
— Dean 'Red Army' Ryan (@Dean_Ryan7) July 11, 2017
Same here, refreshed constantly and didn't get a look in
— Sam Dewar (@Sam_Dewar1) July 11, 2017
No tickets available anywhere and was on the site 12 dead wtf
— Martin Hill (@martinwhill22) July 11, 2017
I got one ticket. Kept refreshing like a mua fua and changing ticket request
— Phoenix Hymz (@BthesnakeH) July 11, 2017
Joke 11.55am refreshed page no ticket come 12.00.01 joke
— Scott Wills (@scottwills1987) July 11, 2017
What a joke
— JBromby#whufc (@Jack_Bromby32) July 11, 2017
Waste of time. Glad I stayed in for that. pic.twitter.com/b05sGOLRCI
— Alex Wildgoose (@lexthegoose) July 11, 2017
No tickets available dead on 12pm JOKE
— Pablo Escobar (@TommyTottenham1) July 11, 2017
Saying none available! ?
— James (@thelordjones_) July 11, 2017
literally off sale immediately I was there 12 on the dot!
— Robbie Cave (@RobbieXT) July 11, 2017
Absolutely shite service trying to order tickets!!! ???
— Craig Patton (@CraigPatton92) July 11, 2017
— jordan kennedy (@jkflair11) July 11, 2017
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