Adele performs on stage as American Express present BST Hyde Park in Hyde Park on July 02, 2022 in London, England.

If you’re planning on seeing Adele in Vegas, your pockets better be rolling in the deep, because some seats are being sold for upwards of $40,000 a ticket!

At a minimum, a seat for the first rescheduled night on Friday, November 18 costs $750, per reseller platform Stubhub. The highest-priced “Weekends With Adele” ticket reaches all the way up to $41,280. Tickets will be available for purchase on Ticketmaster starting on August 10, with those who had previously purchased tickets or been on the waitlist for the residency’s initial dates would have priority.

The singer announced on Monday (July 25) that her residency would run from November through March after being originally set for January before Adele postponed the dates the day before.

“Words can’t explain how ecstatic I am to finally be able to announce these rescheduled shows,” the singer wrote on Instagram. “I truly was heartbroken to have to cancel them. But after what feels like an eternity of figuring out logistics for the show that I really want to deliver, and knowing it can happen, I’m more excited than ever! Now I know for some of you it was a horrible decision on my part, and I will always be sorry for that, but I promise you it was the right one. To be with you in such an intimate space every week has been what I’ve most been looking forward to and I’m going to give you the absolute best of me. Thank you for your patience, I love you. Adele.”

Per Bloomberg, Matthew Rados, associate director of Gametime (last-minute ticket marketplace) product operations, said the spike in ticket prices can partially be attributed to the show’s postponement. “Adele is one of the most popular artists in the world and does not put on many live performances,” he said. “This is the fundamental reason why there’s so much demand for these shows.”

Adele's '30' Album: Ranking the Best Songs

Adele’s 30 released today and after six long years patiently waiting for new music, the 12-track album is available everywhere. As she previously said, the album is an open letter to her 9-year-old son about the divorce with his father, Simon Konecki.

“I just felt like I wanted to explain to him, through this record, when he’s in his twenties or thirties, who I am and why I voluntarily chose to dismantle his entire life in the pursuit of my own happiness,” Adele said. “It made him really unhappy sometimes. And that’s a real wound for me that I don’t know if I’ll ever be able to heal.”

The album shows us the freest Adele has ever been, who breaks down in tears on track 3, “My Little Love,” which also features voice notes of her son. 30 is a journey that Adele has so graciously allowed us to be a part of, and we will surely be playing the album heavily this winter.

See how we’ve ranked our favorites from 30 below.

  • Cry Your Heart Out - 6/10

    Following tear-jerker “My Little Love,” Adele went whimsical with Motown-style “Cry Your Heart Out,” a more uplifting song, that tells us to cry our hearts out and to go at our own pace when in doubt.

  • Strangers By Nature - 6/10

    The first song of the album, “Strangers By Nature” sets the tone for the album that all of us fans already knew to expect. Adele sings the song reminiscent of a Disney movie, which offers us a kind of safety.

    Notable lines: “I’ll be taking flowers to the cemetery of my heart.”

  • Hold On - 7/10

    The last few songs of the album, Adele slows things down, like with “Hold On,” the 10th track. Towards the
    end of the 6-minute-long song, you can hear an organ and a choir of Adele’s friends singing “Just hold on.”

  • Oh My God - 7/10

    Adele reclaims her life with “Oh My God,” saying she just wants to have fun and that she’s a grown woman that does what she wants to do.

  • I Drink Wine - 7/10

    Adele said Covid turned her into a seven-nights-a-week wine drinker — I mean, who hasn’t taken on a bad habit over the course of the pandemic? The song, as Adele has described, it about shedding one’s ego, with lines like: So I hope I learn to get over myself / Stop trying to be somebody else / So we can love each other for free

  • Can I Get It - 8/10

    Written about the casual dating scene in Los Angeles that she wants no part of, “Can I Get It” showcases Adele’s powerful voice accompanied by an acoustic guitar.

  • All Night Parking - 8/10

    The record effect throughout the song, adds to the sultriness of “All Night Parking,” a song fantasizing about someone (maybe Rich Paul?).

  • My Little Love - 8/10

    Adele incorporating voice recordings of baby Angelo is so precious, we could die. The song speaks directly to her son, acknowledging that he can tell when his mom is lying. Adele says that she’s been so far gone, that he is the only thing that could save her, and if that didn’t make you well up, then I’m afraid this album isn’t for you.

  • Easy On Me - 9/10

    The first song she released ahead of the album, the music video for “Easy On Me” captivated us, when Adele’s world changed from black-and-white to color. And who can deny how catch it is to sing along with: “Go eeeeeasy on me, baby?!”

  • Love Is A Game - 9/10

    The last track of 30, “Love Is A Game” is nearly 7 minutes long, and takes listeners for a journey. You can hear organs and string instruments, sounding like a soundtrack to a mid-century romance film.

  • Woman Like Me - 10/10

    This is what we’ve been WAITING FOR! This haunting, dark Adele in “Woman Like Me” is the perfect diss track to her ex, Simon Konecki. Adele delivers all her complaints in such a calm manner, it makes it all more powerful.

  • To Be Loved - 10/10

    Adele reflects back on her marriage and what she’s learned from it all. Such a powerful, emotional song that speaks for itself.