Despite several presale opportunities for both U2 fan club members and Buffalo Bills season ticket holders, Monday's general public on-sale for U2's Sept. 5 appearance at New Era Field seems to have gone relatively smoothly. If you wanted a ticket, you probably got one.
Whether it was the ticket you were hoping for is another story.
At 3 p.m. Monday, tickets remained available through the primary sales portal LiveNation.com, the majority of them in the upper levels of the 300 sections. (Live Nation also offers "verified resale tickets" through their portal – essentially, "official" secondary seller tickets.)
A much broader range of price points and seating/standing room opportunities remain available through secondary sellers, unsurprisingly. Tickets ranging in price from $53 to $600 per ticket could be found on StubHub.com, and similar secondary sellers – among them, Vivid Seats and Box Office Ticket Center – also had plenty of tickets on offer.
The highest-priced tickets being offered by secondary sellers included general admission standing room in the "Red Zone," the area closest to the stage. Some of these were priced as high as $1,800 each.