Where to Purchase Taylor Swift Resale Tickets 2024

by Paul Joseph  |  Updated February 8, 2024

American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift attracts sold out crowds wherever she appears – but a thriving resale market gives everyone a chance to see her live.

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The Pennsylvania-born icon is attracting packed crowds as she takes her ‘Eros’ tour around the globe throughout 2024. Upcoming dates are scheduled in a huge number of cities across the world and as far and wide as Sydney, Singapore, Paris, Stockholm and Lisbon. If you’d like to attend a Taylor Swift concert over the coming months, but tickets are sold out for your preferred dates, then we’ve picked out two great online resources offering resale tickets.


Viagogo is a renowned peer-to-peer ticket resale and exchange platform. The website is easy to use and if you book more than one seated ticket for an event, the seats are guaranteed to be alongside each other, so you won’t be separated from the people you’re attending with. Tickets can be issued electronically to be stored on your phone or printed, so you don’t need to worry about them getting lost in transit. When it comes to availability, during our search for tickets for upcoming Taylor Swift concert dates, we found a wide selection on offer, with prices starting at around $900 for a single ticket. We also noticed that the best value tickets were for dates coming up, presumably because sellers had reduced their asking price with time running out to find a buyer. For concert-goers arriving in their own car, there’s also a ‘parking’ tab next to the ‘tickets’ tab that lets you purchase off-site parking near the venue. Buyers should also be aware that there are some add-on costs, including having to pay 20%-30% of the total ticket price in fees.

Book at Viagogo

StubHub International

Another reputable and well-established peer-to-peer online ticket exchange service, StubHub International allows you to buy resale tickets for entertainment events across the globe. As with Viagogo, sellers can price tickets as they choose, but usefully the website lets you view the face value cost of each ticket so you can compare it against the asking price. Buyers can request for tickets to be delivered physically, as print-at-home, or directly to your mobile as e-tickets. When we searched for Taylor Swift tour concerts, we found availability starting at $1,095. Additional fees for service, delivery and VAT tended to be around $100 per ticket, but to avoid you getting caught out, there’s a slider that lets you see the full cost before you book. StubHub also offers a FanProtect Guarantee policy that helps you secure a refund if anything goes wrong with your tickets.

Book at Stubhub


7-10 February Tokyo Dome, Tokyo

16-18 February Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne

23-26 February Accor Stadium, Sydney

2-4 & 7-9 March  National Stadium, Singapore

9-12 May La Défense Arena, Paris

17-19 May Friends Arena, Stockholm

24-25 May Estádio da Luz, Lisbon

30 May Estadio Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid

2-3 June Groupama Stadium, Lyon

7-9 June Scottish Gas Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh

13-15 June Anfield Stadium, Liverpool

18 June Principality Stadium, Cardiff

21-23 June Wembley Stadium, London

28-30 June Aviva Stadium, Dublin

4-6 July Johan Cruyff Arena, Amsterdam

9-10 July Stadion Letzigrund, Zurich

13-14 July San Siro Stadium, Milan

17-19 July Veltins-Arena, Gelsenkirchen

23-24 July Volksparkstadion, Hamburg

27-28 July Olympiastadion, Munich

1-3 August PGE Narodowy, Warsaw

8-10 August Ernst Happel Stadium, Vienna

15-20 August Wembley Stadium, London

18-20 October Hardrock Stadium, Miami

25-27 October Ceasars Superdome, New Orleans

1-3 November Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis

14-23 November Rogers Centre, Toronto

6-8 December BC Place, Vancouver