Some fans are trying to make some cash by Bravo.
Coveted 3-day BravoCon tickets are reselling for a hefty $1,734, $1,927 or $9,500 each on resale site Vivid Seats. There are no tickets on StubHub as of publication.
The sold-out tickets retailed from $299.50 to $1,499.50 each depending on the package from the event’s website.
A screenshot of tickets being resold for $15,000 on eBay circulated on social media, but the link is now broken — meaning someone could have shelled out the dough for them.
The face value tickets sold out in less than a minute on Tuesday.
Loyal Bravo watchers have taken to social media to express their frustration over not being able to get tickets at the original value, even comparing the convention to the disgraced Fyre Festival.
One person tweeted, “Bravo is annoying me. 🙄 Why are you making it so difficult to go to BravoCon? Is this gonna be like a Fyre Festival situation? 😆🙄” while another joked that Ja Rule and Billy McFarland were behind the event.
Another disheartened wannabe attendee chimed in, “Just remember who built your network, @BravoTV. You wouldn’t be where you are today without your loyal fans that support this network 365, 24/7. What a slap in the face to us all. #BravoCon.”
The extravaganza was first announced in May and will feature events including a Bravo Bazaar full of Bravo-related products, a “Real Housewives museum” and panels with the Bravolebrities.