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How much Taylor Swift fans can expect to pay for tickets on UK tour dates

How much Taylor Swift fans can expect to pay for tickets on UK tour dates

After the Ticketmaster scandal, fans are concerned about how much tickets will cost to Taylor Swift's upcoming Eras Tour.

With Taylor Swift announcing her international dates, fans are already preparing themselves for trouble as they try to get tickets.

Last year, the ‘Bad Blood’ singer’s US tour was at the centre of the Ticketmaster scandal, with Swifties struggling to get tickets and having to purchase more expensive ones from resale websites.

As the tour now moves to the UK and the rest of Europe, fans are concerned about how much they will have to pay to see Swift.

Swift's UK dates kick off in 2024 and you can register your interest for tickets on her website, however, this won’t guarantee you a spot at the ‘Anti-Hero’ singer’s concerts.

Registration opened yesterday and closes at 11.59pm BST tomorrow (22 June).

After registering, fans will be sent a link to purchase their tickets. The London dates go on sale on 18 July, Edinburgh on 19 July and Cardiff on 20 July.

Ticketmaster warned that many fans could be disappointed, writing in a statement: "We expect there will be more demand than there are tickets available.

"Tickets will be sold on a first come, first served basis while currently-available inventory lasts."

Last year, tickets had been expected to range from about $49 (£41) to $449 (£377) for all 52 US dates – however, prices almost trebled overnight.

In Inglewood, California, the price jumped from $289 to $954, meanwhile, the Atlanta show went from $466 to an eye-watering $1,499 per night.

Any remaining concerts are now priced at around $1,000, more than most Swifties could afford for a single show.

The singer's US tour sold out in minutes.
Tribune Content Agency LLC / Alamy Stock Photo

Whilst we cannot be sure the UK gigs will follow the same trend, vendors have seen major price increases with other artists – such as Madonna, Harry Styles and Beyoncé.

Though many Swifties will argue you can’t put a price on seeing her incredible three-hour set, they don’t have long to save for the once-in-a-lifetime concert.

Fans will watch the Grammy-award winner perform 44 songs in a single night, including two surprise acoustic numbers.

The 33-year-old is also known for inviting special guests on stage including Phoebe Bridgers and The National’s Aaron Dessner.

Sadly, with such hype around the upcoming concerts, we can only imagine the huge demand for tickets – which will likely be resold for a much higher price.

If that hasn't put you off, here's the full list of Swift's 2024 UK and Ireland tour dates.

Taylor Swift performing in Chicago.

BT Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh, Fri 7 June and Sat 8 June

Anfield Stadium, Liverpool, Fri 14 June and Sat 15 June

Principality Stadium, Cardiff, Tue 18 June

Wembley Stadium, London, Fri 21 June and Sat 22 June

Aviva Stadium, Dublin, Fri 28 June and Sat 29 June

Wembley Stadium, London, Fri 16 August and Sat 17 August

Featured Image Credit: Tribune Content Agency LLC / Alamy Stock Photo Barry King / Alamy Stock Photo

Topics: Money, Taylor Swift, Music, Celebrity, Entertainment