High-rolling fans of Mick Jagger and Co are finding good tickets to the biggest show in town hard to come by, with 70 per cent of the best seats already snapped up - at $1,988 apiece. There are still plenty of cheaper seats available, with only a quarter of all tickets for the two performances having sold by late yesterday afternoon. But many fans who left things too late complained they could not find good seats with a clear view of the stage. Wong Chung-man, a 38-year- old businesswoman, failed to secure good seats for the first show even though she was prepared to pay for the most expensive tickets. 'I wanted to see the November 7 show with my friends. But almost all seats in the first 30 rows [facing the stage] were sold out. I tried November 9 and got three seats in the 12th row,' she said. Salesman Sam Chan, 46, said he was astonished that the best seats had been sold so quickly. 'I could see that seats closest to the stage were crossed out,' Mr Chan said. 'Although I have been a fan of the Rolling Stones for 20 years, I'd rather buy cheaper tickets so that I can see another show. 'I have bought one Rolling Stones ticket for $288 and one Neil Young ticket for $258. 'The seats aren't that good, as they are diagonal to the stage.' There are 13,000 tickets for each Rolling Stones performance, sold at prices of $1,988, $1,288, $588 and $288. Property manager Yeung Jit-man, 43, said he was glad that the Stones were finally coming to Hong Kong. 'I have been a fan of the Rolling Stones for 30 years but I only bought three $288 tickets. That is all I could afford,' he said.