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Bad Bunny in Lima: fans sell the official concert bracelets to the highest bidder

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The two concerts that the Puerto Rican reggaeton singer Bad Bunny offered in Peru continue to attract attention because, on this occasion, a unique sale has started through social networks.

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After the success of the two shows with total sales of tickets for Bad Bunny, the fans who managed to go and pack the National Stadium are beginning to sell the bracelets that were given to all those who went to the concert of the interpreter of “Titi asked me ”.

It is a bracelet that has images from Bad Bunny’s latest album, “A summer without you” and the characteristic sad heart as beach motifs.

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Now in the Facebook marketplace it is observed that the prices of these bracelets vary between 30 to 150 soles, depending on the battery, since the most comfortable have a worn battery, while those that still light are sold at a higher price.

The supply and demand is varied as many say that they managed to sell these bracelets that were a memory of the singer Bad Bunny for all those who managed to go to his concerts on the “A summer without you” tour.

As is known, Bad Bunny managed to fill the National Stadium for two days in a row in which he performed his most recent hits for more than 2 hours, as well as the songs that launched him to world fame.

This bracelet is characterized because it lit up to the rhythm of the songs that the reggaeton star was performing on the stage of the National Stadium in Lima.



Source: Elcomercio

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