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Molly purchased tickets to Ed Sheeran's gig as a gift, but cannot attend to show proof of purchase.

By Rachel Armitage

A Newark woman could be left out of pocket due to new conditions imposed on the purchase of concert tickets.

Molly Chesney bought her daughter Lara two tickets via See Tickets, for £82.50 apiece, to go and see Ed Sheeran in concert at Roundhay Park, Leeds on Friday.

However, due to See Tickets' new policy to clamp down on ticket touts, Molly has been told she has to accompany Lara and her daughter Ciara, five, to the concert with her credit card as proof of purchase - which will not be possible as she will be on holiday in Rhodes.


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