Donald Trump Heads to Texas For History Tour With Hundreds of Tickets Unsold

Hundreds of tickets remain unsold for the upcoming leg of Donald Trump and Bill O'Reilly's joint speaking tour.

The ex-president is appearing with the former Fox News host in four events dubbed "The History Tour." They kicked off at the FLA Live Arena in Sunrise, Florida, on Saturday, before heading to Orlando's Amway Center on Sunday.

The tour will continue at the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas, on December 18, with the closing event held at the American Airlines Center in Dallas the following day.

But according to the Ticketmaster website, hundreds of tickets remain available for the remaining two dates of the tour with just days to go. At least 300 resale tickets were available to purchase for the Houston event on the website, starting at $77.

The Ticketmaster site showed at least 200 standard admission tickets still left for the Dallas event as of early Monday.

Tickets for the tour went on sale in June, and Politico was first to report that they were selling slowly.

"The History Tour has already sold over $5 million of tickets, and the excitement and enthusiasm is unlike anything we've seen before," Trump spokesperson Liz Harrington told the outlet in July. "Come December, the sold-out shows will be a memorable night for all."

Both Trump and O'Reilly also promised huge crowds, but reports and social media suggest the shows so far have been far from sold out.

"Many seats remained empty in the cavernous" FLA Live Arena, which has a capacity for over 20,000 people, on Saturday, the Sun-Sentinel reported.

The arena's top level was closed off and those who had tickets for the area were "upgraded" to seats on the floor level, according to the newspaper. Pictures on social media showed empty seats dotted throughout the venue.

The second event in Orlando also did not appear to sell out. A video posted on Twitter showed plenty of unoccupied seats throughout the Amway Center, with the upper deck sparsely filled.

A statement from Trump released after Saturday's event featured a picture of him with O'Reilly in the dimly-lit FLA Live Arena. "Yesterday in Sunrise, Florida, with Bill O'Reilly," Trump said. "A beautiful afternoon, a great crowd!"

A similarly dark image was released following the event in Orlando. "Just leaving Orlando, what a great event," Trump said in that statement. "Thank you for a job well done to Bill O'Reilly—the wonderful crowd loved it all. Next weekend, Texas!"

Trump's spokeswoman and Ticketmaster have been contacted for comment.

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Donald Trump (L) and Bill O'Reilly attend the game between the New York Yankees and the Baltimore Orioles at Yankee Stadium on July 30, 2012 in New York City. Jim McIsaac/Getty Images