See the Clintons for a Steal!

Sparse crowds are turning out at some venues for the Democratic power couple's highly touted speaking tour

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Clintons, meet Groupon.

Groupon, meet the Clintons.

Heavily discounted tickets to the highly touted Bill and Hillary Clinton speaking tour are now showing up on the Groupon website and other sites after less-than-enthusiastic crowds have been turning out for their performances across the country.

Lower priced tickets for at least nine “An Evening with The Clintons” events have appeared on the Groupon website, which offers discounted deals on events, activities, goods and services, as Fox News reported.

On Monday, discounted tickets were offered even for events scheduled for New York, Detroit, Philadelphia and Boston.

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The deals included tickets to an April 11 talk at Manhattan’s Beacon Theatre. Normally priced at $287, tickets were now going for $145 on Monday.

Tickets to an April 12 Detroit talk, originally listed for $220.70, were for sale for $95. And tickets in Philadelphia for an April 12 talk were reduced from $208.20 to $85, Fox also noted.

Maureen Dowd, a liberal New York Times columnist, wrote an op-ed after attending a Clintons event in Toronto, saying she felt “sorry” for the Clintons, who had to gaze out upon “large swaths of empty seats.”

On December 3, Hillary Clinton had tweeted that “Bill and I will be traveling to Washington to pay our respects to President George H.W. Bush and his family at the funeral this week. We were greatly looking forward to being in Houston for our event this week, and are excited to come back next year as soon as we find a date.”

Even tickets for the Houston-area event originally slated for December 4 were going for as low as $7 on  second-party sites, like StubHub.

Ticket prices for the event seemed to reflect waning interest in the hugely touted Clinton tour.

Even tickets for the Houston-area event originally slated for December 4 were going for as low as $7 on  second-party sites, like StubHub.

Recently, three people came forward with hundreds of pages of evidence of potential wrongdoing by the Clinton Foundation, including misappropriation of funds and allegations of quid-pro-quo promises made to donors during Hillary Clinton’s tenure as secretary of state, Rep. Mark Meadows (R-N.C.) told Fox News this past Thursday.

Meadows, the leader of the conservative House Freedom Caucus, is also the chairman of the House Oversight Subcommittee on Government Operations.

The panel is set to hold an investigative hearing this week on the status of the foundation case.

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