While the scoring keeps getting bigger and bigger the divide between Taylor Swift Fans on Ticketmaster just keeps growing. You know very well that Ticketmaster crashed during Taylor Swift Pre-Sale tickets.
After countless Swift fans waited for hours on Ticketmaster to buy presale concert tickets. Brakes have been slammed on all ticket sales.
Will you have tickets yet?
As of this morning, if you’d like 100-level tickets to Taylor’s Saturday show in Las Vegas. It will cost you a casual $120,000 on StubHub. Fans are in a total Tailspin following the latest news that ticket won’t be offering any tickets at all to the general public.
The live event site is under pressure yet again, after scrapping plans to sell Taylor Swift tour tickets to the general public at all.
Ticketmaster, tweeting due to extraordinarily high demands on ticketing systems, and insufficient remaining ticket inventory to meet that demand. Tomorrow’s public sale for Taylor Swift the era’s tour has been canceled.
The CEO of Liberty Media, Live Nation’s largest shareholder, appeared on CNBC squawk on the street on Thursday.
A Spokesperson of Ticketmaster says, “The site was supposed to be opened up for 1.5 million verified Taylor Swift Fans. We had 14 million people hit the site including bots, another story which are not supposed to be there. We could have filled 900 stadiums.”
Amy Klobuchar sent a letter to the CEO of Live Nation
In other words, Taylor would have to play a stadium show every single night for the next two and a half years to meet that demand for Ticketmaster, has been swept Senator Amy Klobuchar sent a letter to the CEO of Live Nation expressing serious concerns about the state of competition in the ticketing industry and its harmful impact on consumers. Look, the ticketing industry is ripe for corruption.
What Ticketmaster always has to be looking out for is the bots and the hackers and all those people who are very, very eager to get these tickets you know, and buy up as many of them as they possibly can and then resell them on the secondary market.
10% of The Total Tickets Were Reserved
Taylor Swift Tour sales for the general public have been scrapped completely. Our music expert there thinks that, roughly 10% of the total tickets that were reserved for that. Original general sale will likely be disseminated to the verified fans who were shut out of Tuesday pre sale. They think the general audience will not get a chance to buy ticket at all that I saw you posted some tickets were going for $120,000.