Donald Trump Georgia Rally Tickets Going for $1,500 With Perks Like Private Bathrooms

VIP tickets to an upcoming event in Georgia featuring former President Donald Trump are going for $1,500 each and will come with perks like private bathrooms and food and beverage.

Trump is set to appear at an event with former Governor Sonny Perdue ahead of his appearance in Perry, Georgia this weekend.

A copy of the invitation obtained by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution said that donors could purchase individual tickets for $1,500 or couples tickets priced at $2,500 to the "unique and exclusive" event.

Tickets will include private bathrooms. reserved parking, expedited entry, food and beverage in an air-conditioned tent and admittance to a pre-rally reception with Perdue.

"President Donald J. Trump has graciously allowed the party to sell VIP tickets in order to raise funds to secure and win the election in 2022," David Shafer, chairman of the Georgia Republican Party, said on the invite.

Trump is expected to be in Central Georgia on Saturday at the Georgia National Fairgrounds.

Tickets to the main rally are free. Spectators can register for up to two tickets on the website.

U.S. Senate candidate Herschel Walker, Georgia Secretary of State candidate Jody Hice and Lieutenant Governor candidate Burt Jones are expected to be guest speakers at this weekend's event.

Doors to the Save America Rally in Perry will open at 2 p.m., with Trump slated to speak at 7 p.m.

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Former U.S. President Donald Trump will hold a rally in Perry, Georgia on Saturday. Trump addresses supporters on August 21, 2021 in Cullman, Alabama Chip Somodevilla/Getty

Perdue is known to be one of Trump's closest allies in Georgia. He served as Trump's agriculture secretary from August 2017 until Trump left office.

Perdue, who is running to be the next chancellor of Georgia's higher education system, has been campaigning with a number of top Republican officials in recent weeks.

Last month, he joined Governor Brian Kemp at a rally, defending the governor who has come under criticism from Trump supporters for the former president's defeat in Georgia.

"That office, and the person who holds that office, deserves respect and deserves honor," Perdue said of the governor. He also told the crowd they should "demonstrate that respect and honor because it's a tough job."

While the Board of Regents has named an interim chancellor, Perdue's supporters say he still has a chance to land the post. His critics, however, argue that an influential former politician would be a poor choice to lead the massive system of Georgia's public colleges and universities.

Teresa MacCartney, who previously served as the deputy superintendent of Georgia's Department of Education, is currently the Acting University System of Georgia Chancellor.

Newsweek reached out to the Georgia Republican Party for comment but did not hear back before publication.