Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour Tickets Resale Over $20,000

Ticket prices for Taylor Swift’s upcoming Eras Tour resale are exploding due to Ticketmaster’s cancellation.

Here’s everything you need to know.

Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour resale ticket prices hit over $20,000.

Fans lucky enough to snag pre-sale tickets for Taylor Swift’s latest Eras Tour can now cash in on their tickets for thousands of dollars.

In addition, StubHub has released the seating chart for Swift’s tour. So the price of the event seems insane.

The love story singer will be visiting the biggest cities while on tour for Eras tour. After that, it is known that she will perform several times in each city.

Here are the astronomical rates for Saturday shows in each city per ticket.

Fans who want to watch Swift at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles will need a minimum of $400. Meanwhile, the highest seat is $4,549.

In addition, Kofi tickets for New Jersey’s MetLife Stadium are estimated to be on sale for $765. So the floor price goes up to $11,475.

Also, the cheapest seats at Gillette Stadium in the Boston suburbs are selling for $675. A front row seat, on the other hand, costs a whopping $22,500.

Beyond that, tickets to Chicago’s Soldier’s Field epitaph will be on sale for $800, and the floor will sell for nearly $5,000.

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Ticketmaster cancels general sales of Taylor Swift’s Erath Tour

Earlier this week, Ticketmaster canceled pre-sale tickets for Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour, leaving millions of fans heartbroken.

Meanwhile, the ticketing giant announced via social media Thursday the cancellation of a pre-sale originally scheduled to take place the next day.

They said, ‘Due to very high demand for the ticketing system and insufficient remaining ticket stock to meet that demand, Taylor Swift’s public sale is scheduled for tomorrow. Erath Tour has been cancelled.’

Fans slam Ticketmaster for canceling Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour.

Many fans were outraged by Ticketmaster’s announcement. They took to social media platforms to complain and criticize monopolistic behavior.

Democratic New York leader Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was among those who opposed the ticketing giant.

“It’s a daily reminder that Ticketmaster is exclusive,” she says. The merger with LiveNation should never have been approved, they must be governed.’



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