It looks like people really don’t give a crap about what Bill and Hillary Clinton have to say.
Demand (or lack of ) for tickets to Bill and Hillary Clinton’s joint “book tour,” and seats can be had for the pair’s final performances for about $6.
The best seats in the house at Seattle’s WaMu Theater on Friday could be had for $829, a steep 54% drop from the $1,785 that the former first couple fetched when the tour was announced in early November, New York Post reported.
But organizers soon had to slash listed prices and even offer discount ducats through Groupon to boost sales.
In fact, at this point you can get a VIP ticket for dirt cheap.
From The Daily Wire:
Secondary ticket marketplace, StubHub, has tickets for Saturday evening’s show in LA available for a mere $6 — and that’s for a floor seat. Similar-priced tickets are available in the arena’s first and second bowls. The best ticket currently available on StubHub — a third row, middle, floor section seat — is just
Parking at LA’s Forum Theater may actually cost you more than seeing the main event.
Sunday night’s event, at the Park MGM, is at a smaller venue, so ticket prices are a bit higher. Balcony seats will run attendees around $20. The best seat in the house is around $475, but those probably won’t sell, especially when Ticketmaster still has seats available for the event, in the same section but a few rows ahead for just $228 plus taxes and fees; the event isn’t even sold out, and it’s been on the calendar since last year, and was even rescheduled after the Clintons dropped out to go to former President George H. W. Bush’s funeral.
Fortunately, after Sunday night, “An Evening With the Clintons” will be out of its misery.
The Clintons started the tour as a way of “connecting” (and earning major cash) following Hillary’s loss in the 2016 presidential campaign, though the pair promised not to address the “Trump issue,” and focus instead on their collective time in power. Initially, promoters anticipated swift ticket sales and a response comparable to Michelle Obama’s sold out, blockbuster, arena book tour.
It didn’t work out that way. Plagued by bad ticket sales and “exhaustion,” Bill and Hillary Clinton called time on the fall half of their tour, perhaps thinking the spring weather — or maybe the Mueller report — would yield better results. Sadly, that wasn’t the case. Audiences simply weren’t interested, and the were even less interested when it became clear neither Bill nor Hillary had any intention of discussing Trump.
Hopefully they get the message that they are done- nobody cares about their crappy books.
We care about them being incarcerated in prison for their lifetime of crimes.