If you are buying any of the tour tickets from the morrisseymusic ticketing site, don't try touting them:
* Tickets purchased through this site are intended for personal use. We strictly prohibit the resale of any tickets obtained through this site for more than the purchase price. If you are found to be reselling, trading or brokering tickets that you purchased through this site for profit, we may at our sole discretion cancel all or part of your ticket order and all or part of other pending orders in your name and/or put all or part of your orders and all or part of your other pending orders in your name at will-call for pick-up. If we cancel your tickets, a refund of the total face value of the tickets minus a $7 per ticket processing fee will be issued to the card used to place the order. No other service, processing or shipping fees charged at the time of purchase will be refunded. If tickets are placed at will-call, only the person whose name is on the order can pick them up. No will-call name changes will be allowed. We reserve the right to investigate all orders suspected to be in violation of this policy. We are the final authority on the interpretation of the rules in this policy."
I think it's a good idea, though rather hard to actually enforce. W.A.S.T.E. has the same policy for Radiohead tix that are sold through the official site, and they actually did cancel some people's orders whom put their 'pit' tickets and such on E-bay. Some were over $1000.00 for a pair.