Superstar Taylor Swift is adding another show in Arlington for her upcoming tour. What Ticketmaster wants to avoid is having all the tickets sell out in seconds and then have fans turn to sites like StubHub for available tickets. One assumes this means the D.C. show will go on sale at 10 a.m. ET, the Santa Clara show at 19 a.m. PT, and so on and so forth.
A presale effort, powered by Ticketmaster Verified Fan, will open for registration on Friday and continue until January 18. After the huge demand for tickets for her last tour, which lead to millions of tickets being snapped up by touts and sold on at a higher cost, Taylor and her team are using the slow-ticketing method for the Reputation Stadium Tour. After all, her most recent 1989 tour was completely sold out in minutes in 2015.
Philadelphia isn't the only city getting an additional Swift concert.
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So, if these high-priced tickets aren't enough to scare you away from seeing Tay slay on her Reputation Tour, there are still plenty of seats available for purchase, and Taylor just announced even more dates!
Yet those sky-high ticket prices could still lead to Swift notching one of the highest grossing tours of all-time.
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Swift's reputation took a hit in 2016 after it was alleged she lied about giving Kanye West permission to call her a "b*tch" in a song, her album Reputation still garnered excellent sales - so it is unlikely this is the rationale for the poor ticket sales.
"There are hundreds if not thousands of tickets left for every show", they said.
The tour kicks off in Arizona on May 8.
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