Tickets to Beyonce and Jay-Z’s latest tour are reportedly being given away for free as the power couple struggles to fill seats.
The pair kicked off they’re On The Run II tour in Cardiff last week – four years after their first joint On The Run tour.
A handful of fans who were outside their Glasgow concert over the weekend claimed they were given free tickets, while others said their seats had been upgraded for free.
A third fan shared a picture of the empty seats on Twitter and wrote: “The concert rate was empty. They knew the concert wasn’t going to sell out and already had curtains set up before the show to cover the empty sections.”
“If you are near Hampden Park go to the main parking lot they are giving out free tickets for the Beyonce & Jay Z concert because of empty seats,” a second said.
Another wrote on Twitter: “Met Beyonce’s security at work and he’s offered me free tickets for tonight.”
Ticket prices for the pair’s gigs range from £51 to a huge £475 for a VIP standing pass.
Jay and Beyonce will perform a string of dates across Europe, including Manchester tonight, and London on Friday and Saturday, before taking their tour to North America in July.
Only nine of their remaining 46 dates have been a sellout, with plenty of tickets still up for sale for this Saturday’s concert in London, where standard tickets will set you back around £50.
While crowds may not be treated to new material, the pair has been sharing lots of candid moments from their life behind closed doors.
Opening their tour last week, they showed new footage of twins Sir and Rumi and also a clip from their wedding vow renewal as they celebrated their 10 year anniversary.