AceShowbiz - The pre-sale tickets for Taylor Swift's highly-anticipated "Reputation" tour has gone on sale. While some fans were complaining that their access code was not working, the others were complaining about the price of the tickets, saying that it's too expensive. The prices of the ticket range from $49.50 to $249.50. Meanwhile, pit tickets and some VIP tickets are priced between $800 to $1,500.
After knowing about the ticket prices, a superfan of the songstress took to Twitter to say that he/she had to auction off all of the organs that he/she didn't need. "I now have 24 hours to sell my car, auction off all of the organs I don't NEED on the dark web, rob a bank, take out a loan and donate plasma," so the fan wrote.
Now that I’ve seen ticket prices for the #reputationStadiumTour, I’m glad I got Wednesday instead of Tuesday. I now have 24 hrs to sell my car, auction off all of the organs I don’t NEED on the dark web, rob a bank, take out a loan, & donate plasma. 😁 #TaylorSwiftTix— G A B E 🐍 (@gabeonidle) 5 Desember 2017
Another fan said that he/she spent all of his/her savings for this year to attend the concert. "I just spent all my savings for this year. This will be my fourth time seeing Taylor LIVE and been so far back that I couldn't see her, but @taylorswift13 but I'll be seeing you in the snake pit August 11 in Atlanta! I'm dead!" the fan tweeted.
OMG! I just spent all my savings 4 this year, this will be my 4th time seeing Taylor LIVE & been so far back that I couldn’t see her, but @taylorswift13 but I’ll be seeing u in the Snake 🐍 Pit Aug 11th in Atlanta! I’m dead! #reputation #reputaylurking #reputationStadiumTour— crazy4taymereanddibbles13 (@crazy4Tay) 5 Desember 2017
One other echoed the remark, "UPDATE: bought them and spent literally ALL of my savings but it's Taylor so it's worth it." Meanwhile, another fan tweeted that she/he would be "happy to buy a reserved toilet seat in the stadium for $20."
Despite the expensive tickets, demand for the concert tickets is still strong as some fans are selling their Verified Fan codes on eBay for around $1,200. However, Ticketmaster's head of music David Marcus told Billboard that fans should not purchase the tickets from third parties as it would not work.
"I encourage everybody to not get too worked up and definitely don't buy any codes," he said, adding that each code only corresponds to an individual Ticketmaster account. "It's a waste of money."
Taylor will begin her tour on March 8 at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale.