When a popular event goes on sale there are literally hundreds, sometimes thousands of customers simultaneously attempting to purchase tickets across all distribution channels. As with any limited commodity, tickets are sold as long as seats are available, and sometimes they go very quickly. If thousands of fans are simultaneously buying several tickets each, thousands of tickets can be sold in a matter of seconds. For this reason it is possible to sell out a venue within the space of a few minutes.
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