NEW YORK (

TheStreet

) -- Bon Jovi is a hot search topic today after Pollstar said that the rock band had the highest-selling 2010 concert tour, beating out AC/DC and U2.

The group that is known for such songs as

Livin' on a Prayer

brought in $201.1 million from 80 concerts worldwide this year. AC/DC took in $177 million in 40 appearances while U2 garnered $160.9 million in 32 shows, Pollstar said.

Concert sales for the top 50 tours were down 12% worldwide this year due to an overall economic weakness.

Live Nation Entertainment

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was forced to discount tickets and cancel shows. In November, CEO Michael Rapino told analysts that next year the company will continue to cut prices and costs.

Airfare hikes is a popular search topic today as airlines look to increase their profits by raising fares rather than fees.

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Many airlines, including

AMR's

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American Airlines,

United Continental

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,

Delta

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and

US Airways

(LCC)

, recently increased its round-trip flights by $20, according to price movement data from FareCompare.com.

As the cost of fuel rises and demand for travel decreases, carriers are likely hiking prices to boost average revenue per passenger.

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