It only took 6 mins for Ariana's benefit gig to sell out


TICKETS to Ariana Grande's concert in aid of the Manchester bombing victims sold out inside six minutes yesterday.

Fans who attended Grande's gig at the Manchester Arena will be given free passes to Sunday's concert regardless of whether they purchased their tickets.

eBay said in a statement: "All tickets for this event will most certainly be removed by the team who are doing manual sweeps to pick up any that slip through".

Ariana Grande announced the charity show after her performance in the city came to a horrifying end when a suicide bomber struck in the foyer of the arena, killing 22 people.

Tickets for Sunday's benefit concert in Manchester have appeared on eBay after selling out - but the company says it is removing them as fast as it can.

Tickets went on sale Thursday.

The Twitter page said they were still organising the ticketing process for that.

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The concert will be held at the Emirates Old Trafford stadium and is expected to earn $ 2.6 million for the emergency fund set up after the tragedy.

Tickets for the sold-out show were made available for sale to the public for 40 British pounds each, but those who were present at the Manchester attack could register online to get tickets for free.

The One Direction star will join Katy Perry, Usher, Justin Bieber, and Coldplay at the mega gig on Sunday.

Ticketmaster tweeted on Thursday afternoon they were working to cancel the tickets of those trying to resell.

The ticketing site said in a statement: "We understand that there are a number of fans who didn't receive an email this morning with regards to free tickets for One Love Manchester".

The show will also be broadcast on BBC Television, and on BBC Radio and Capital Radio Networks.

Tickets to this Sunday's One Love Manchester scheduled benefit concert went on sale at 10:00 a.m. United Kingdom time - and sold out in six minutes flat.