Okay, first of all, I’m not going to do the cutesy (and overly used) trick of using Taylor’s song titles in this post. (Hasn’t every governor or mayor along her tour stops done it by now?) I know I’m not alone in being a Denver Swiftie without a ticket for one of her shows this weekend. Like many, I tried the Verified Fan and Capital One pre-sales with no luck in securing the highly coveted tickets.
(I’m still frustrated that it was an 8-ticket limit. In my opinion, it should have been four, so more tickets could get in the hands of fans and not scalpers.)
By now, we have all seen the exorbitant prices on the secondary ticket market. (If you haven’t seen them yet, be sure you’re sitting down before looking.
Seats that were originally $49 are now going for around $1,500!) And, as you know, I’m a die-hard cheapskate, so there’s no way I’m spending thousands of dollars on tickets.
Denver Swifties without a ticket are getting desperate at this point, so every option is on the table in the quest to secure tickets at face value (or somewhat reasonable price).
That’s why I’m turning to my frugal friends who just might have access to two extra tickets.
If you have extra tickets (or any other ideas on getting them), please let me know at email@example.com. I’m open to negotiating a deal or price.
(We have turned off the comments, so no one can attempt to sell tickets via our site. Unfortunately, there are lots of scams out there!)
And, to all of my fellow Swifties without a ticket, good luck to you.
I hope to see you at the show this weekend. If I don’t get to see the show, it’s definitely going to be a cruel summer! (Okay, I couldn’t resist doing it at least once.)