Radiohead Miami Tickets Selling for Only $1,750

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Somebody call the Karma Police! Tickets for Radiohead's U.S. tour opener in Miami have hit the resellers' market, and they're not cheap.

For those who did not score any seats during Wednesday morning's fan presale -- the band's site says "allocation now SOLD OUT" -- take heart. Many of these tickets have found their way into the hands of folks willing to charge anywhere from $106 to a whopping $1,750 for a ticket that has a face value in the range of $45 to $69.

Pulled directly from the Monument Tickets site (and there are a few other mirror sites with the same stock), you can scan through a variety of choices to fit your level of commitment/desperation:

Only $55! Wait, that's a parking pass.

So far, no "fans" have emerged with tickets to sell from this miniature circus on Craigslist, but that will likely change when the Live Nation presale hits at 10 a.m. Thursday. Sales to the poor suckers left in the general public continue on Saturday at 10 a.m., but those seats will probably be located somewhere across Biscayne Boulevard.

Radiohead. With Other Lives. Monday, February 27, at American

Airlines Arena, 601 Biscayne Blvd., Miami. Tickets cost $45 to $69. Click here.

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