Despite early reports that tickets for Charlie Sheen‘s upcoming “My Violent Torpedo of Truth” tour had sold out within hours, ticket sales are in fact slow. The initial reports were due to scalpers buying out the shows, hoping to make a profit. Unfortunately, they’re now finding it difficult to get rid of the tickets, even at face value. More than 2,800 tickets are still available for Sheen’s shows at Radio City Music Hall in New York City next month, and seats that originally sold for $126 are now being offered for $98. CNBC correspondent Jane Wells reported that good seats are still available for most of his shows, writing: “I went on Ticketmaster last night and found I could easily get tickets to opening night at the Fox Theater in Detroit. I found two side-by-side seats on the main floor. When I clicked on the special ‘Meet and Greet Package,’ four seats in the front row were available.” We verified her statement, noting that the seats she mentioned were still available, then searched and found numerous floor seats for both the Toronto and Vancouver shows, including two seats together in the first row for the Vancouver “Meet and Greet Package.” The Hollywood Reporter estimated Sheen could make US $300,000 per show. Unfortunately, since the shows haven’t actually sold out, he’ll likely make substantially less than estimated.