Rolling Stones tickets for the band's upcoming O2 shows sold out within minutes of going on sale last week - but are now selling for thousands online.
Fans of the band who struggled to buy tickets for the bands 25 and 29 November gigs are now said to be furious at the high prices now charged on some online resale sites.
Resale website Get Me In! owned by Ticketmaster, which allows members of the public set their own prices, has tickets on sale for £15,400 - which is more than 30 times their face value.
The inflated prices have also caught the attention of concert promoter Harvey Goldsmith, who wrote of his concern on Twitter.
"Why is it on Rolling Stones you can only get tickets through Get Me In. Nothing less than £660-£15,400??" he Tweeted.
The Rolling Stones hit the red carpet for their Crossfire Hurricane premiere
Tickets for The Rolling Stones eagerly anticipated London shows sold out in seven minutes on Friday 19 October 2012, despite fan concerns that even the face value prices were too expensive.
The cheapest tickets for the shows began at £106 - rising to nearly £1000 for special guest tickets for a VIP Platinum Experience.
Re-sale tickets are currently on sale through Viagogo. Visit Gigwise Gig Tickets for more details (and price tags of somewhat less than £15,400).
Photos: Liam Gallagher, Bill Wyman and The Stones hit the red carpet