$170,000 For Zep Tickets

LONDON (CelebrityAccess MediaWire) — A pair of Zep tickets for the upcoming reunion show paid off for a BBC children's charity.

According to the BBC, a man named Kenneth Donnell from Glasgow paid $170,000 to acquire the tickets auctioned off to benefit a charity called BBC's Children in Need which helps disadvantaged young people in the island nation.

Included in the deal will be passes to watch the pre-show rehearsals. Other items auctioned for the benefit included an intimate gig, performed by Katie Melua and Aled Jones which went for $512,000 and a pair of tix for the Formula 1 British Grand Prix which raised $205,000. – CelebrityAccess Staff Writers

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