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How To Get Tickets to Taylor Swift’s Concerts in Australia

In case you missed the enormous, loud, wonderful news: Taylor Swift is coming to Australia! And the big question everyone is asking now is, how do I get tickets?

As we all know, getting tickets to her U.S. Eras Tour stops has been extremely difficult and a lot of people missed out. It’ll no doubt be difficult to score tickets here too, but there are some things you can do to be as prepared as possible.

Here’s everything you need to know:

 

When is Taylor Swift coming to Australia?

Taylor will bring her Eras Tour to Australia in February, 2024. Here are the official dates:

  • Melbourne MCG, Friday 16th February, 2024
  • Melbourne MCG, Saturday 17th February, 2024
  • Sydney Accor Arena, Friday 23rd February, 2024
  • Sydney Accor Arena, Saturday 24th February, 2024
  • Sydney Accor Arena, Sunday 25th February, 2024.

 

When do Taylor Swift concert tickets go on sale in Australia?

General release tickets will go on sale on Friday June 30 at 10am (AEST) for Sydney and 2pm (AEST) for Melbourne all via Ticketek.

 

Will there be a pre-sale to purchase tickets early?

Yes, there will! You can sign-up for two pre-sales:

  • American Express holders get first dibs. If you or someone you know has an AMEX card, you will be able to access tickets on Monday, 26 June at 10am in Sydney and 2pm in Melbourne. More info HERE.
  • Frontier Touring members can sign up for pre-sale access. You need to register with Frontier Touring, receive a pre-sale code then you’ll be able to access tickets on Wednesday, 28 June. More info HERE.

 

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How can I improve my chances of getting tickets to Taylor Swift’s concerts in Australia?

Unfortunately, there’s no magical formula – however, you can help yourself by ensuring you’re already signed up to the pre-sales and have an account with Ticketek. There’s nothing worse than trying to get online only to find you don’t have an account and need to go through the process of registering!

A reminder the Ticketek website is going to be in high demand that day. Crashes are inevitable and if you’re lucky enough to make it through to the website, your tickets will only be held for a few minutes before you lose them. Check out the seating arrangements, the various ticket options and create a plan now. Don’t leave it until the last minute.

 

Are there ticket limits?

Each person can purchase a maximum of 4 tickets. If you’d like to buy more, you’re going to need a back-up plan so have a think about who else can log on and attempt to purchase the tickets too.

 

How much are tickets to Taylor Swift’s concert in Australia?

  • A Reserve = $379.90
  • B Reserve = $309.90
  • C Reserve = $239.90
  • D Reserve = $199.90
  • E Reserve = $159.90
  • F Reserve = $119.90
  • G Reserve = $79.90

There are also a number of VIP Packages on offer which include ticket purchase plus merchandise. A tad on the pricier side but you can check out all the details HERE.

(Feature Image Credit: Brian Friedman/Shutterstock.com)

Nehal is an award-winning news presenter, author of "A Kids Book About Kindness Online" and founder of CelebrityKind. She has dedicated her career to creating connected and healthy spaces in the media. When she's not writing, you'll find Nehal hanging with family, dancing to Beyoncé, interpreting Taylor Swift lyrics or watching old eps of Oprah.