Michelle Obama is hitting the road this fall for the upcoming tour for her memoir, Becoming.
The fans will be able to see the former First Lady up-close-and-personal for $30-$3,000. But according to the ticket sales, the $30 tickets are sold out. Depending on your city some the lowest prices for tickets are above the $30 minimum. For example Inglewood, CA, the lowest is $125.
The book is set to be in stores November 13th, the same day that her tour kicks off. The cheapest single ticket you one of the tours are $850, that’s if you are in Washington on Nov. 25th. Some of the packages can sell up to a whopping $3000 if you’re trying to go VIP.
The exclusive packages – that ranges from $2,500 – $3000 includes a meet-and-greet package with the former first lady and it’s only a limited amount so get on it ASAP.
Here are some of the fans thoughts of the prices.
I guess us normals can't buy tickets to see Michelle Obama here in NorCal. Allegedly ticket prices went as low as $26 but the cheapest that popped up on Ticketmaster were $450.
— Sarah Jamila Stevenson (@aquafortis) September 21, 2018
I love me some Michelle Obama but these ticket prices are completely ridiculous. $775-$3000 to go to a stadium book signing is too much!
— miss ashley (@adgivens02) September 21, 2018
I need the people complaining about Michelle Obama’s ticket prices to stop. 1. ALWAYS have a strategy for popular events. 2. Log on early. Of course no reasonable prices show up now when they went on sale at 10 am. 3. More tickets will be on sale tomorrow. Today was presale.
— Frank (@rhondamo) September 20, 2018
You hoodrats complaining about how much Michelle Obama’s tickets are but spent your whole rent on Beyonce tickets, don’t even deserve to go. This event is not for you if you have a problem with ticket prices #MichelleObama #BookTour #KNOWLEDGE #motivation pic.twitter.com/yvRAD21ApD
— Bubbs🇨🇻🇵🇭 (@geminibarboza) September 20, 2018
The fans that pay the top dollar to see Michelle for the VIP special will get a photo opportunity, a signed book, and other VIP essentials.
Michelle Obama is doing a 10-date tour stop to major cities including Chicago, New York, and Washington DC. Obama plans to donate 10% of the ticket sales to charity.