You Won’t Believe How Much Tickets For Swift’s Gillette Show Cost
Taylor Swift basically BROKE the internet when the pre-sale tickets for her Eras Tour went on sale. There is a good chance we're going to be hearing about the after effects of that incident for years to come.
Despite that fact, there are still some tickets available... IF you have the cash!
If you are unfamiliar with the situation, when the pre-sale tickets went on sale, a large number of them were snagged by people and organizations that intended to re-sale the tickets at a profit.
Because we have had so many people reach out to us to see if we know where they could get Swifty tickets, we decided to do some research. We found that on Stubhub, one of the most popular re-sale sites, tickets to Taylor Swift's Gillette Stadium shows were going for between $1,045 and over $9,400!
One of the cool things about the site is that it will, in many cases, show you what your view of the concert will be like.
About $1,100 will get you a ticket in Section 323, which is basically BEHIND the stage! Of course, you could argue that the whole point of going is the experience and not necessarily the view (said someone who has never had pit ticket)
Regardless, here is what your view would be like.
If you want to spend closer to $1,400 a ticket, you could get into section 116. Now, you'd still be behind the stage, but you'd be a lot closer to the ground.
Or, for about $1,500, you could be in Section 239. Instead of being behind the stage, you'd be at the opposite end of the field from the stage. So, you'd be able to see the stage really well, if you bring your binoculars.
What if you really wanted to go ALL OUT and drop over $9,000 on a ticket ($18,000 on a pair)? What kind of view would you have. While you still would not be in the pit, that kind of money would get you a front row seat for the show.
This view is approximate. You'd be in the same section, but you would actually be in the front row of this block of seats.
Are you going to the show? How did you manage to score tickets?