Britney Spears Meet & Greet Internet Auction

Britney Spears

“There have been recent sightings of Internet auctions for fans to bid for a chance to meet Britney,” a warning on Britneyspears.com reads.

“These postings are fake. Fans would never be charged to meet Britney. The only meet and greets available for the Circus tour are through radio contests in select cities.”

Britney Spears’ Web site does say the “Womanizer” singer could participate in special radio station driven appearances, but according to Palace officials today nothing in Detroit was being promoted. But “Britney Spears WILL NOT BE PARTICIPATING in any Meet & Greet or pre/post-show activities” a disclaimer on britneyspears.com reads.

Reserved seating for the show is $128, $98, $49.50 and $39.50; general admission is $128.

And then there’s those “specialty” packages at $498, $363, $198 and $153.

Wow. $498. People still pay to see her, huh?

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