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Tickets for Stones’ Vegas show – at up to $2,100 a pop – go on sale Friday

Tickets for the Rolling Stones’ May 11 concert at the MGM Grand come with what may be the widest range of prices ever, from $85 to $2,100.

Tickets for the “50 and Counting” date go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday.

A presale for Citi card holders began Tuesday at citiprivatepass.com.

The $85 tickets are available only through Rollingstones.com and Facebook and go on sale at the same time as the other tickets do through Ticketmaster.

Some $85 seats will be in an area known as the “Tongue Pit,” in front of the stage .

Fans can buy their way into the Tongue Pit for $1,500 or opt for the $2,100 ticket, which throws in drinks, souvenirs and a buffet.

The four tiers of regular seating are priced at $163.45, $266.70, $474.15 and $780.15 .

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