I contemplated buying the main tour-shirt, but restrained myself, because it didn't meet my expectations. Admittedly the shirts here are standard fare, but I feel that Leonard deserves better than this. Now that I've thrown the idea of shirts with the "muse" image and a small united heart logo into the ethers, then I'm hoping they may still materialise. The others are there for those who like them.
I also find it extraordinary that there wasn't a programme available for this tour, since there has always been one in the past. This is one thing that everyone will potentially buy, and there's serious money to be made here. Most people are prepared to pay £10-£15 for a programme, if it's good value. I certainly hope they get this together for O2 since I believe it holds about 60,000 people. Thus, there's a potential half-million pounds to be made at this venue alone.
Like Leonard, I've found myself in a difficult financial situation recently. However, I still thought "what the heck!", and took £40 to Manchester to buy a shirt and programme. I'm still waiting to spend it.
All good things, John E