Scores of Perth mums and dads were left disappointed after tickets for the two November concerts sold out in a matter of minutes on Wednesday morning, apparently snapped up by money-hungry scalpers.
One furious father reported seeing tickets that were supposed to start at $36.60 being sold at TWELVE TIMES their original cost.
The Perth father raged at the prices being advertised on ticketing resale website.
"Wiggles tickets go on sale 10am today, premium seats for $45 each sold out by 10.05am so couldn't get any for my two and five year olds," he said.
"They go on sale on ticketek resale website at 10.15am for $450 each!!! C'mon guys scalping tickets to a children's concert…WTF you w****rs! [sic]."
The exorbitant tickets were being advertised on Ticketmaster Resale - an regulated site that allows ticket holders to sell their seats at a price they set.
Other parents soon swarmed The Wiggles' official Facebook page to complain about the costs.
"I love how people are buying BULK tickets just to resell them to other parents for a higher price," one user said.
"It was very disappointing to miss out on tickets yesterday in the pre-sale, only to find them this morning being re-sold on Ticket Master Resale for ridiculous prices. So called 'fans' using the pre-sale to profit by purchasing the best seats whilst the genuine little Wiggles fans are left without tickets or in our case, not great seats," another user said.