Tickets for London stage play “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” are in such high demand that asking prices are reaching thousands of pounds (dollars), but producers are warning buyers to beware. Holders of about 60 tickets bought from touts, or scalpers as they are known in the United States, or through resale websites have been refused entry so far because producers are barring resold tickets.The eighth story in the Harry Potter franchise is sold out through December 2017 at London’s Palace Theatre.
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