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London's New Year's Eve fireworks tickets sell out
posted on Dec 17, 2014
Tickets to see London's New Year's Eve fireworks display have sold out.
Some 100,000 tickets costing £10 each were released for the first time in stages, from September.
Previously, the event was free but its popularity put too much of a strain on transport and safety along the Southbank and Embankment, organisers said.
The display, first staged at the London Eye in 2003 and watched by 100,000 then, rose to about 500,000 last year.
Its increasing popularity meant capacity was often being reached by early evening, leaving hundreds of thousands of people unable to get a good view, with even the early arrivals facing a wait of several hours and cramped conditions.