Break Out of Your Lavender Haze: Here’s How to Find Discount Taylor Swift Tickets Online
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Taylor Swift delighted fans when she released her new album Midnights and announced a new tour last month, but Swifties weren’t feeling happy right after, as overwhelming demand for Swift tickets caused Ticketmaster to cancel its public on-sale and prices to soar.
While Ticketmaster was the official selling partner for Taylor Swift ‘Eras’ tour tickets, thousands of fans were left out of luck before the verified pre-sale by Ticketmaster even ended. Fans had sign up for the presale and be “invited” for a chance to buy tickets. And while the intention was good — no competing with bots for the best seats — few people actually got the chance to place an order.
So, now what?
Where to Buy Taylor Swift Tickets Online
A general on-sale date for Taylor Swift tickets was set for November 18, but has since been cancelled by Ticketmaster. Your best bet to find Swift tickets online now is to go through a re-seller — but be prepared to pay a hefty mark-up in prices.
Here are the latest prices for Taylor Swift tickets on some of the most popular re-sale sites online (note: prices were accurate at time of this article’s publication). We’ve also listed the latest Taylor Swift promo codes to get you a discount on Taylor tickets.
Another suggestion: do a little price comparison between the sites to find the cheapest Taylor Swift tickets online, and check back closer to the concert date in case ticket holders are trying to unload their seats — that’s when you’ll likely get the cheapest tickets online.
Find Taylor Swift Tickets on Vivid Seats
Tickets on VividSeats.com currently start at $300 for 500-level seats. New customers can use our exclusive Rolling Stone promo code RS2023 at checkout to save $20 off your $200+ order through the mobile app. Vivid Seats also has a rewards program that lets you buy 10 tickets and get the 11th ticket free.
Find Taylor Swift Tickets on StubHub
Taylor Swift tickets on StubHub, meantime, also start at around $300 for upper-level seats. While there isn’t an active StubHub promo online right now, the site does have one of the best policies in case Swift has to cancel one of her shows. If an event is canceled, the site will give you a StubHub credit for 120% of the amount you paid.
Find Taylor Swift Tickets on TicketNetwork
You might not be able to find Taylor Swift tickets on Ticketmaster, but we spotted great seats available on TicketNetwork.com. The resale site has floor seats from $800 online, which is not cheap but still one of the lowest prices we’re seeing for concourse-level tickets for Taylor Swift (regular seats start at $400). TicketNetwork also works with Affirm, so you can buy your tickets now and pay over time.
Want a Taylor Swift discount code? Ticket Network’s promo code TNTIX saves you $10 off your order.
Find Taylor Swift Tickets on SeatGeek
We haven’t spotted many Taylor Swift tickets on SeatGeek as of this writing, but the site is usually a solid bet for resale tickets to popular concerts and events. Use the SeatGeek promo code TAKE5 to get $5 off your ticket purchase. It’s not a huge discount but still a chance to get save on Taylor tix.
SeatGeek will also often offer other promo codes, if you’re looking for discounted Taylor Swift tickets, so we recommend keeping an eye out on their site.
When Is Taylor Swift Touring?
Swift kicks off the U.S. leg of her Eras tour on March 18, 2023, in Glendale, Arizona and ends it a little over four months later on August 4, 2023, in Los Angeles, California. We’ve listed all the tour dates below, including the stadiums she’s playing at to help you get the right tickets for Taylor Swift’s Eras tour.
Taylor Swift also recently announced that she’s adding additional dates to her Eras tour, giving you even more opportunity to see her live next summer.
Here are all the dates Taylor Swift will be performing the Eras tour at.
March 18 – Glendale, AZ @ State Farm Stadium
March 25 – Las Vegas, NV @ Allegiant Stadium
April 1 – Arlington, TX @ AT&T Stadium
April 2 – Arlington, TX @ AT&T Stadium
April 14 – Tampa, FL @ Raymond James Stadium
April 15 – Tampa, FL @ Raymond James Stadium
April 22 – Houston, TX @ NRG Stadium
April 28 – Atlanta, GA @ Mercedes-Benz Stadium
April 29 – Atlanta, GA @ Mercedes-Benz Stadium
May 5 – Nashville, TN @ Nissan Stadium
May 6 – Nashville, TN @ Nissan Stadium
May 12 – Philadelphia, PA @ Lincoln Financial Field
May 13 – Philadelphia, PA @ Lincoln Financial Field
May 14 – Philadelphia, PA @ Lincoln Financial Field
May 19 – Foxborough, MA @ Gillette Stadium
May 21 – Foxborough, MA @ Gillette Stadium
May 26 – East Rutherford, NJ @ MetLife Stadium
May 27 – East Rutherford, NJ @ MetLife Stadium
May 28 – East Rutherford, NJ @ MetLife Stadium
June 2 – Chicago, IL @ Soldier Field
June 3 – Chicago, IL @ Soldier Field
June 10 – Deroit, MI @ Ford Field
June 17 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Acrisure Stadium
July 1 – Cincinnati, Oh @ Paycor Stadium
July 8 – Kansas City, MO @ GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium
July 15 – Denver, CO @ Empower Field at Mile High
July 22 – Seattle, WA @ Lumen Field
July 23 – Seattle, WA @ Lumen Field
July 28 – Santa Clara, CA @ Levi’s Stadium
July 29 – Santa Clara, CA @ Levi’s Stadium
August 3 – Los Angeles, CA @ SoFi Stadium
Aug. 4 – Los Angeles, CA @ SoFi Stadium
Aug. 5 – Los Angeles, CA @ SoFi Stadium
What Stage Setup Can You Expect at the ‘Eras’ Tour?
If you’re stumped on which tickets to get, checking out the stage layout is pretty helpful, and super easy to find while you’re purchasing tickets. While each stage layout may differ slightly depending on the stadium, it looks like all will have a main stage, a walkway leading to a diamond-shaped smaller stage, and finally, a ramp leading to a rectangular mini-stage (see below for an example). Obviously, tickets surrounding the main stage will be the priciest but you might find some decent prices next to the secondary stages.