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Taylor Swift fan says he managed to sell his 'Eras Tour' tickets for $14k to cover college tuition

This Swiftie miraculously resold his fourth-row tickets to Taylor Swift's highly-talked-about tour for a whopping $14k and netizens are in utter disbelief.

Taylor Swift fan says he managed to sell his 'Eras Tour' tickets for $14k to cover college tuition
Cover Image Source: Image Source: (L) TikTok | @isaacjarman2 | (R) Taylor Swift on December 12, 2019, in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images for Billboard)

Taylor Swift's fans know that trying to get themselves a ticket to The Eras Tour has become a competitive sport. It's incredibly difficult to book your desired seats at the venues to watch your favorite music artist perform on her most expansive tour yet. But Swifties would not want to miss out on this once-in-a-lifetime experience either. They are up for buying ticks from resellers at any cost. So, one Swiftie named Isaac Jarman knew exactly what to do with his concert ticket, which eventually helped him a great deal in real life.

Image Source: Thousands of fans traveled from across the country for Swift's three night stop in Nashville as her
Image Source: Fans traveled from across the country for Swift's three-night stop in Nashville as her "Eras" tour continues. Fans attending the concert dressed according to their favorite Taylor Swift eras before the three-hour show, featuring 44 of Swift's songs from her last 10 albums. (Photo by Seth Herald/Getty Images)

In the viral TikTok video posted by @isaacjarman2, he claimed that he sold the fourth-row tickets to the pop star's The Eras Tour show for a mindblowing sum of $14,000. "To whoever just bought my Taylor Swift tickets for fourteen thousand dollars, I love you. Thank you for literally paying for my college tuition," the text overlay on Jarman's brief video read as he blew kisses to the camera. "I hope you enjoy the show so much. I wish I could be there, but also 14k is pretty nice too," he further wrote.

Image Source: TikTok | @isaacjarman2
Image Source: TikTok | @isaacjarman2

Several netizens congratulated Jarman for hitting the jackpot by reselling his tickets. They were happy that he could make enough money to pay off his college tuitions which are usually expensive. A few others thought the sum he received from the unnamed ticket buyer was unreasonably high. @courtneyyy20 wrote: "To be fair, people reselling at such high prices couldn't exist if people weren't willing to spend such ridiculous amounts buying the resold tickets." @makena.black commented: "For 14k, me and Taylor better be hanging out all day and having a sleepover to watch movies all night."

According to StyleCaster, Swift's world tour tickets are selling fast at $49 to $499 plus fees. However, ticket resale value is a lot more. It ranges from $500 to $7,000, which fluctuates depending on the location, date and how soon the concert is.

Image Source: TikTok | @isaacjarman2
Image Source: TikTok | @isaacjarman2

The "Blank Space" singer's fans were also excited to hear from their favorite artist that she will be re-recording her hit album titled "1989," reports CBS News. During her final show at SoFi Stadium on Wednesday, Swift broke out the exhilarating news to her devoted fans.

"Since I was a teenager, I wanted to own my music. The way to do it was to re-record my albums. There's something I've been planning for a ridiculously long time and instead of telling you about it, I think I'll just sort of show you," Swift told her fans at the end of her performance at the venue and revealed a massive album banner on the screen behind her. The announcement was received by her fans with deafening screams and applause. 

Image Source:
Image Source: "Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour" at State Farm Stadium on March 17, 2023, in Swift City, ERAzona (Glendale, Arizona). The city of Glendale, Arizona was ceremonially renamed Swift City for March 17-18 in honor of The Eras Tour. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images for TAS Rights Management)


 

The Eras Tour kickstarted on March 17, 2023, and is set to conclude on November 23, 2024. With an astounding 146 shows, it has already been deemed as the top-grossing tour of the first half of 2023, reports Forbes. According to Pollstar, Swift's world tour has generated an estimated $300 million in gross revenue and has sold a staggering 1,186,314 tickets so far. Luckily for the Swifties, there are more shows to come that they can attend if they are fortunate enough to grab these tickets, which are selling faster than the speed of light.

Image Source: Taylor Swift performs onstage for the opening night of
Image Source: Taylor Swift performs onstage for the opening night of "Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour" at State Farm Stadium. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images for TAS Rights Management)

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