More tickets for taylor swift eras tour The tickets have been dropped just days before the superstar starts his Australian concerts and these are some of the cheapest tickets ever.
After this, this news could not come at a better time Swift made headlines yesterday when she showed up at the super bowl Watch boyfriend Travis Kelce win.
Frontier Touring announced Tuesday morning that a limited number of tickets, including restricted view tickets at $65.90, will go on sale starting at noon today.
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Additional tickets for Swift’s sold-out Melbourne show will go on sale at 2pm AEDT on Tuesday, February 13.
Additional tickets for their Sydney dates will be available to purchase from 4pm AEDT on Tuesday, February 13, until allocations are exhausted.
All tickets can be purchased here taylorswift.ticketek.com.au,
Frontier Touring has not confirmed how many additional tickets will be available for each show, nor what type of tickets will be available.
But for the millions of Aussie Swifties who missed out on buying Eraz Tour tickets when they went on sale last year, securing a $65.90 restricted view seat will be like winning the lottery.
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When tickets for the Eraz Tour first went on sale in June 2023, over 4 million fans tried to buy them, breaking an Australian record in the process.
Less than half of them actually managed to secure seats at the concerts at Accor Stadium and the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), leaving millions of fans disappointed.
In response to unprecedented demand, Frontier Touring released a round of additional tickets for the first time in November 2023.
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Approximately 100,000 additional tickets for seats with a “partially obstructed view” went on sale for just $79.99, with tickets for the Sydney show selling out in just 82 minutes.
Now Frontier Touring is doing it again and hopefully tickets to the show will sell out just as fast.
Many fans who didn’t get tickets last year have turned to ticket resale websites and online marketplaces in hopes of securing last-minute seats before Swift’s show starts in Melbourne on Friday.
But experts have warned that Taylor Swift ticket scams are on the rise As the dates for her Eraz Tour approach it’s costing Australians thousands of dollars.
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A Scamwatch spokesperson recently told 9honey, “This is particularly prevalent in NSW and Victoria. We have received reports of tickets being sold on social media, where scammers have compromised accounts.”
They warned Swifties to be cautious and avoid purchasing tickets on fan marketplaces outside of the official Ticketek platform, where Ticketek oversees legitimate ticket resale.
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