A few NHS and crisis administration laborers who got promotion tickets for Ed Sheeran’s Glasgow show have had them dropped hours before the gig.
They were purchased under the Blue Light Card plot – which likewise offers limits to staff from social consideration area and military.
Ticketmaster said that its portion of Blue Light tickets had been dropped by the occasion coordinator.
AEG Presents said the occasion at Hampden Park had been oversubscribed.
Sheeran played the first of two dates on Thursday and performed at the second on Friday night.
The vocalist songwriter is at present on his Mathematics world visit, which has taken in dates in Sunderland and Manchester.
One frustrated fan told BBC Scotland a few individuals from his gathering had gotten scratch-off sees yet others had not.
He said he was uncertain if he could get in and portrayed the circumstance as “a ruins”.
Fireman David McInnes told the BBC he had removed his youngsters from school early so they could venture out to Glasgow from Argyll and Bute and were on their way when the got the news by email.
Another fan, who reached Ticketmaster through Twitter, said he got an email about the scratch-off on Thursday night.
He tweeted: “Is there any genuine clarification or in any case to buy anything more before I have a distressed seven-year-old youngster?”
Furthermore, one lady said the move had left her “totally destroyed”.
Lauren Dickson, a medical services support laborer from Glasgow, told BBC Scotland her Blue Light tickets were dropped on Friday evening.
In a proclamation, AEG Presents said: “Unanticipated calculated conditions have sadly brought about an oversubscription to a free designation of tickets for this evening’s show.