Are Taylor Swift Eras tour tickets still available for Liverpool's Anfield and how to get them in resale

Taylor Swift performs at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif, July 28, 2023.
Taylor Swift performs at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif, July 28, 2023. -Credit:Jessica Christian/San Francisco Chronicle via AP

Global megastar Taylor Swift is bringing her sell-out Eras tour show to Anfield Stadium this summer.

From June 13 - 15, the Cruel Summer hitmaker will be joined by Paramore for one of the biggest shows of the decade. Tickets sold out instantly back in July with the majority snapped up in pre-sale releases, leaving thousands of unlucky fans locked out.

As fans prepare for the launch of her eleventh studio album on Friday, April 19 - The Tortured Poets Department - interest is generating once again on whether or not last-minute tickets for the Eras tour are available.

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Where is Taylor Swift performing in the UK?

How much are tickets for the Eras tour?

Prices for Liverpool Anfield Stadium are:

  • General admission standing - £143.40 each

  • Seated ticket - £57.90-£182.75 each - depending on where it gives you, the closer to the stage, the higher the price

  • Side view seated ticket - £57.90- £182.75 each - these are a side view of the stage

  • Partially obstructed limited view - £57.90-£182.75 each

VIP Packages:

  • It's Been A Long Time Coming Package - around £662

  • Karma is My Boyfriend Package - around £387

  • I Remember It All Too Well Package - around £332

  • Ready For It Package - around £277

  • It's All A Love Story Package - around £250

  • We Never Go Out in Style - around £195

Are tickets still available?

Tickets sold out almost instantly in both the pre-sale and general sales. However, third-party ticket sites such as Viagogo do have tickets listed on their site but at more than triple the price of face value. Standing tickets cost £617 each whereas seated are as much as £647 which includes restarted views.

There is one other way Swifties can bag their tickets...

How do I get tickets in the resale?

Fans who have tickets they no longer need can resell them on the original merchant's website. There will also be a cap on the price of resale tickets. To get tickets, all you have to do is be registered with Ticketmaster or AXS and purchase via their sites when you see some are available.

How do I know if it's a scam?

Purchase scams involve someone being tricked into sending money via bank transfer to buy concert tickets or other items that do not exist. Tickets must only be purchased through official channels and resale options.

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