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    The Rolling Stones Want You To Pay $1,853.50 For Their "Tongue Pit Package"

    Just an FYI in case you wanted to know about expensive concert tickets and/or totally gross word combinations.

    Suzanne Plunkett / Reuters

    The Rolling Stones are going to play two concerts at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey on December 13th and 15th to celebrate their 50th anniversary as a band. Demand for these tickets is basically off the charts – these two gigs are their only shows in North America this year and they haven't played on this continent since 2006 – so naturally, the base ticket prices are very, very high.

    Here are your options for premium seating:

    Ooof! The cheapest seats in the house are $114.80 including service fees, and the next step up from that – well, not so much a step so much as a leap across a very wide economic chasm – is $813.00. And that's before the tickets start getting scalped on the secondary market!

    But hey, they're The Rolling Stones! This could be your last chance to see them. Don't you want to cash out your 401k and get in their...Tongue Pit?