Those seeking access to Hillary Clinton during her fall book tour should be prepared to fork over some serious cash because VIP tickets for the events come with a steep asking price.
The former Democratic presidential candidate will embark on a cross-country tour, that will also take her to Canada, to promote her forthcoming memoir "What Happened," and in some cases she is seeking over $2,000 for a "VIP platinum ticket."
Those tickets will cost $2,375.95 for her Sept. 28 talk in Toronto. For that price, two attendees will be able to sit in the front row, receive a signed copy of the book that chronicles her campaign against Donald Trump, and take a photo with her backstage.
Publishing industry insiders have taken notice of the high price tag.
"It is standard for high profile authors to do book tours that sell tickets to events, but Clinton's tour takes it to a new level of greed," one insider told Fox News.
Clinton's publisher is defending the steep price saying those kind of prices are customary among high-profile writers.
"Tickets typically include a book," Cary Goldstein, the executive director of publicity at Simon & Schuster, told Fox News. "Such was the case with tours for recent books by Megyn Kelly, Bob Gates, and any number of public personalities. Lecture venues have become a central component of book tours for public figures."
For those not seeking the VIP treatment those tickets can range anywhere from $50 to $375 for general admission seating.
Tickets for her Sept. 18 Washington event have already sold out but third party vendors are already asking for over $1,000 for premium seating.
Clinton and her publisher announced earlier this week her tour will take her through Illinois, New York,and Massachusetts, along with states she lost, including Wisconsin, Florida and Michigan.
"What Happened" is scheduled to be released Sept. 12.