Led Zeppelin fans are so desperate for memorabilia from the band's historic London gig last week, they are paying up to $250 (GBP125) for people's ticket stubs. Touts were seen paying $40 (GBP20) for ticket stubs and wristbands after the concert at the capital's O2 Arena last Monday night (10Dec07), where Robert Plant, Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones reunited for their first concert in decades. But the used tickets, which were originally priced at $250 each, are now being sold on for a much bigger profit. One seller on auction website eBay writes: "This is the ticket from the show 20 million wanted to see."