Taylor Swift ticket updates — Wembley Stadium seats sell out on AXS for new tour date – but some still on Ticketmaster | The Sun

TAYLOR Swift fans have one more opportunity to get their hands on tickets for the Eras tour.

Swifties discovered that Taylor will be playing an additional two shows at London's Wembley Stadium on Monday August 19 and Tuesday August 20.

Tickets for the performance for August 20 went on sale at 2pm today.

You can purchase tickets through StubHub and Ticketmaster's official website.

Tickets sold out in minutes on AXS, leaving fans desperate for another way to attend.

Read our live blog below for the latest Taylor Swift news and updates…

  • By Henry Moore

    Tickets SOLD OUT on AXS

    While some tickets are still available via Ticketmaster, AXS is sold out!

    You will need to be quick if you want a chance to get some via Ticketmaster, with some VIP packages still available.

  • By Henry Moore

    Seating plan for Taylor's London shows

    More tickets for Taylor Swift's London shows went on presale today, as fans desperately seek to get their hands on a chance to see the star live.

    With that in mind, here is the seating plan for her Wembley shows, courtesy of Ticketmaster.

  • By Henry Moore

    Tickets limited across Wembley

    Ticketmaster has confirmed seating and standing tickets are now limited for Taylor's August 20 show.

    An update read: "Seated and standing ticket availability is now limited throughout the venue. VIP ticket options have the best availability."

    Be quick if you don't want to miss out!

  • By Henry Moore

    Is there a limit on how many tickets you can buy?

    Fans are being limited to four tickets per person on Ticketmaster and AXS.

    This rule has been made to allow as many people as possible to get tickets for the tour.

    However, one access code does allow a person to buy up to four tickets across different venues and dates.

  • By Henry Moore

    Tickets selling for more than £600

    You will have to pay a pretty penny if you still want to get your hands on tickets.

    They are now selling for us much as £662.40!

  • By Henry Moore

    Fans desperate to get tickets

    Tickets for Taylor's final UK tour date are now live, and it's safe to say fans are desperate to get their hands on some.

    One ecstatic X user wrote: "LET’S GO TAYLOR TICKETS."

    While another added: "Manifesting Taylor tickets."

  • By Louis Allwood

    The final UK date of Taylor Swifts Eras tour is now on sale

    That's right… this is your last chance to grab tickets.

    Tickets for the below dates have gone live:

    • London | Wembley Stadium | Tuesday, 20 August 2024

    Ticket sale checklist

    • Make sure you are in the waiting room
    • Make sure you are logged in
    • Only use ONE device
    • Do not refresh once you are in the queue.

    Ticketmaster waiting rooms open

    Ticketmaster‘s online waiting rooms are now open!

    Click ‘Join Waiting Room‘ once and you should be placed in the waiting room automatically, where you will see a countdown to the sale.

    Ticketmaster advises against having multiple tabs and browsers open for the same date as this can slow down the ticket-buying process.

    Tickets go on sale at 2pm.

    • By Louis Allwood

      Taylor Swift discography

      Taylor Swift has released 10 studio albums and two re-recorded albums.

      Her albums include:

      • Taylor Swift
      • Fearless
      • Speak Now
      • Red
      • 1989
      • Reputation
      • Lover
      • Folklore
      • Evermore
      • Midnights
      • Fearless (Taylor’s version)
      • Red (Taylor’s version)
      • Speak Now (Taylor’s version)

      How can fans get tickets?

      Ticketmaster and AXS have already sent out unique, non-transferable access codes for the sales to chosen fans.

      It was confirmed by Ticketmaster that these codes do not guarantee fans tickets.

      When do tickets go on sale?

      Tickets for the August 20th performance will go live in 45 minutes.

      Taylor Swift recently announced an additional two dates for her London Eras Tour.

      Full list of tour dates

      • Friday 7 June – Edinburgh, BT Murrayfield Stadium
      • Saturday 8 June – Edinburgh, BT Murrayfield Stadium
      • Sunday 9 June – Edinburgh, BT Murrayfield Stadium [recently added]
      • Thursday 13 June – Liverpool, Anfield Stadium [recently added]
      • Friday 14 June – Liverpool, Anfield Stadium
      • Saturday 15 June – Liverpool, Anfield Stadium
      • Tuesday 18 June – Cardiff, Principality Stadium
      • Friday 21 June – London, Wembley Stadium
      • Saturday 22 June – London, Wembley Stadium
      • Sunday 23 June – London, Wembley Stadium [recently added]
      • Thursday 15 August – London, Wembley Stadium
      • Friday 16 August – London, Wembley Stadium
      • Saturday 17 August – London, Wembley Stadium
      • Monday 19 August – London, Wembley Stadium
      • Tuesday 20 August – London, Wembley Stadium

      Taylor Swift’s fame and fortunes

      According to Forbes, Taylor Swift’s net worth is estimated at a staggering $570million.

      The Grammy Award winner made her fortune from her bestselling albums and worldwide tours.

      In November 2022, demand for tickets to her highly-anticipated 2023 Eras Tour overwhelmed Ticketmaster, as fans rushed to secure their spot to see the star.

      Taylor has been working since she was 16, and she released her first album, Taylor Swift in 2006, followed by Fearless in 2008.

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