Ticketmaster took the unusual step of releasing details of Bruce Springsteen sales

Fans lashed out at the corporation’s “dynamic pricing” policy.

When trading commenced for the Boss’s upcoming North American tour last week, “platinum” tickets were offered for over $4,500.

The policy means that the top-priced tickets will retail at a different cost in each market.

According to the figures, only 11.2% of sales involved the “dynamic” tickets, with only 1.3% of those sold for over $1,000, while 56% were sold for under $200 including 18% for under $99.

But Variety reported that “fans quickly figured out that the first ones to get through the queue each day were able to buy in the $60-400 range

Because he spent so many of his formative years painstakingly crafting his albums, we don’t often think of Bruce Springsteen as a prolific artist.