Those Swifties who joined up for Taylor Swift’s Verified Fan presale for her Eras Tour last month but were unsuccessful in securing tickets were given an early Christmas present on Monday morning (Dec. 12).
Fans who registered for the Ticketmaster Verified Fan pre-sale but could not purchase tickets when the shows went on sale last month owing to overwhelming demand have been informed that they will have another chance to do so during a future sale.
Taylor Provide An Opportunity To Acquire Tickets
Congratulations, you have been given a chance to request two tickets to Taylor Swift’s The Eras Tour before this offer expires. “You were identified as a fan who received a boost during the Verified Fan presale but did not purchase tickets,” the message added. “We apologize for the inconvenience, and Taylor’s team has asked us to provide you with this additional opportunity to acquire tickets.
According to the statement, the opportunity to purchase tickets will open before December 23. Invitations will be sent out staggered based on the tour date in each location. Go here for more information on tickets; fans will receive further details and directions on making their request at a future date.
Ticketmaster publicly apologized to Taylor Swift fans last month for the disorganized way that the 2023 Eras Tour was sold. On November 18, Ticketmaster tweeted, “We want to apologize to Taylor and all of her fans – especially those who had a poor experience trying to purchase tickets.” “We believe we must notify the public about what transpired.
The system crashed immediately after the debut as 14 million fans and billions of bots flooded the site, causing service problems, all due to the crush of fans seeking to enter Swift’s presale for her 52-date Eras Tour.
According to Ticketmaster, almost 3.5 million Swift fans signed up for her Verified Fan program before the presale began, and in just two days, they purchased 90% of the available tickets.
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Legislators in Washington and elsewhere in the country are investigating whether Ticketmaster and its parent company, Live Nation, have abused their dominant position in the live music ticketing market in light of the bungled sale. Almost done with this article, you can see the Taylor Swift Butterfly Jeans.
Billboard had requested more details on the Verified Fan ticket release from both Ticketmaster and Swift’s representatives, but neither had responded as of publication.