Miami Most Expensive, Fargo Least Expensive Cities on Second North American Leg of 1989 World Tour

(UDATE 6/29/15) Next Monday, Taylor Swift returns stateside for the next North American leg of her 1989 World Tour. The pop superstar has 53 dates scheduled through the end of October and is drawing massive demand for tickets on the secondary market. According to TicketIQ, the average secondary price for Taylor Swift tickets over her three-month stretch is $373.01.

 

Swift will play her most expensive show on October 27 at American Airlines Arena in Miami. That show currently owns a secondary ticket average of $956.33, 156% more expensive than tour average, and the cheapest available ticket is $313. Three consecutive shows at the Staples Center in Los Angeles in August follow as top-priced gigs. An August 21 show there averages at $810.02 ($199 get-in), August 22 owns a secondary ticket average of $772.94 ($200 get-in) and August 24 averages a $760.30 ticket ($239 get-in).

 

Conversely, the cheapest show of the 1989 World Tour comes on September 9 at the Fargodome in North Dakota. Tickets to the show average at $173.86, 53.3% below tour average, and the get-in price starts at $79. Other cheapest-priced shows include September 29 at Scottrade Center in St. Louis ($235.92 avg./$110 get-in), October 3 at Rogers Centre in Toronto ($249.63 avg./$86 get-in) and October 20 at Rupp Arena in Lexington, Kentucky ($253.49 avg./$76 get-in).

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With Four Shows Remaining on First North American Leg, Taylor Swift Tickets Average $262 on Resale Market

(UPDATE 6/8/15) One of the most anticipated tours of the year wraps its first North American leg this week. Taylor Swift’s monumental 1989 Tour has four more shows remaining in the U.S. before it heads to Europe later this month. Over those final four shows, the average price for Taylor Swift tickets is $262.18 on the secondary market.

Swift’s top-priced gig will be held Tuesday night at PNC Arena in Holmdel, New Jersey. That show currently owns a secondary ticket average of $370.14 and the get-in price, or least expensive ticket, is listed for $154. The pop superstar wraps her first leg of tour with back-to-back shows at Philadelphia’s Lincoln Financial Field on Friday and Saturday. Those shows have a secondary ticket average of $233.97 and $276.40, respectively. Get-in price for the two Pennsylvania shows is $94 and $119.

The “Blank Space” singer returns to North America next month. She’ll play 53 shows through October 31 and ultimately wrap at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida.

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Taylor Swift Ticket Prices Steadily Rising on Secondary Market as ‘1989’ World Tour Continues

(UPDATE 6/1/15) Taylor Swift rocked Detroit’s Ford Field over the weekend and brought supermodel friends Gigi Hadid and Martha Hunt onstage during her performance of “Style”, the third single off her most recent studio effort 1989. Her current North American tour leg continues to see ticket prices increase on the secondary market, too, with the average price for Taylor Swift tickets on TicketIQ now listed at $316.83. Last week, tickets on the 1989 World Tour averaged at $307.24, marking a 3.1% price increase since then.

Swift’s top-priced gig comes on October 27 at American Airlines Center in Miami. According to TicketIQ, the average secondary price for that show is now $920.52 and the cheapest available ticket is priced at $215. Four other shows average above $600 on the secondary market, including stops at Staples Center on August 21 ($681.06), MetLife Stadium July 11 ($672.51), Time Warner Cable Arena June 8 ($613.99) and Staples Center August 24 ($537.70).

Her least expensive show will be held on September 9 at Fargodome in North Dakota. That show sees a secondary average price of $156.84 and get-in price starts at $73. Just one other show will average below $200 – October 3 at Rogers Centre in Vancouver, where ticket price averages at $191.70 and get-in price is $75.

The ‘1989’ World Tour continues in the U.S. and Canada through October 31, playing its final show at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida. 60 dates remain over the next four months.

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With Tour Underway, Taylor Swift Tickets Still Averaging Over $300 on Secondary Market

(UPDATE 5/26/15) Pop sensation Taylor Swift kicked off the first North American leg of her 1989 World Tour last week, and the singer is still seeing ticket prices average above $300 on the secondary market. With 62 more dates through the end of October, the average secondary price for Taylor Swift tickets is $307.24.

Swift will play her most expensive show on October 27 at American Airlines Arena in Miami. According to TicketIQ, that show owns a secondary average of $940.47, 206% above tour average, and the get-in price starts at $200. Two shows at Los Angeles’ Staples Center on August 21 and 22 are the second and third most expensive shows, with ticket price averaging at $628.22 and $618.90, respectively.

Her cheapest gig comes on September 4 at Fargodome in North Dakota, where tickets own an average secondary price of $157.24 and get-in price is $69. A stop at Rogers Centre in Vancouver will be the second least expensive show on October 3. That show sees tickets average at $191.31 and the cheapest tickets is priced at $76.

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Taylor Swift Begins North American Leg of 1989 World Tour This Week, Tickets Still Averaging Above $300 on Secondary Market

(UPDATE 5/18/15) After debuting the music video for her new single “Bad Blood” at the Billboard Music Awards over the weekend, Taylor Swift will begin the North American leg of her highly anticipated 1989 World Tour this Wednesday at CenturyLink Center in Louisiana. 69 dates are scheduled through the end of October, and the average price for Taylor Swift tickets across her five-month run is currently $315.20 on the secondary market.

The singer’s most expensive tour date will be on October 27 at American Airlines Arena in Miami. That show currently owns a secondary average of $899.37, 185.3% above tour average, and get-in price starts at $200. No other shows near the $900 average on the secondary market, though six more see median ticket price above $500.

Those shows will be held at the Staples Center on August 22 and 21 ($577.83 and $577.15, respectively), MetLife Stadium on July 11 ($558.58), KFC Yum! Center on June 2($555.36), EnergySolutions Arena September 4 ($524.14) and Time Warner Cable Arena June 8 ($521).

September 9 at Fargodome in North Dakota will be Swift’s cheapest tour stop. Tickets to that show average at $157.33, 50% below tour average, and the cheapest available ticket is listed for $69. Only one other show averages below $200 on the secondary market. That show will be held on May 22 at Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge, where tickets own a secondary average of $165.61 and get-in price is $60.

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With US 1989 Tour Starting Wednesday, Taylor Swift Tickets Average Above $300 On Secondary Market

(UPDATE 5/15/15) In what could be the biggest tour of the summer, pop crossover megastar Taylor Swift will kick off the 1989 Tour Wednesday May 20th at the CenturyLink Center in Louisiana and ticket brokers are making out mighty fine.

The tour carries an average asking price of $309, with August 22nd at Staples Center (one of just a few dates alongside the sisters in Haim) leading the pack at an average price of $568. Conversely, Friday May 22nd at Tiger Stadium in Baton Rogue is the cheapest date of the tour at an $139 average ticket price and is one of just three performances to carry a below $200 average. Tiger Stadium also features the actual cheapest ticket available, with a $75 Get-in price – one of just 4 shows below $100.

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Taylor Swift Tickets at Staples Center in Los Angeles Are Most Expensive of 1989 World Tour

(UPDATE 4/30/15) Taylor Swift will officially kick off her 1989 World Tour in Tokyo this weekend, and she’ll return stateside at the end of May. Credited as one the most expensive tours of 2015 alongside Madonna’s Rebel Heart Tour, the 1989 World Tour will see big ticket prices on the secondary market all summer long, none higher than at Los Angeles’ Staples Center on August 22.

According to TicketIQ, the average price for Taylor Swift Staples Center tickets to her late-August show is $538.54 on the secondary market. Over her five-month stretch across North America, Swift will see a tour average of $311.30. That marks a price jump of 72.9% for Taylor Swift Los Angeles tickets when she hits the Staples Center in the summer.

For fans looking to just get in the door on August 22, tickets won’t come cheap. The cheapest available ticket for the Staples Center show is $119 on the secondary market. The 1989 World Tour will continue through North America until October 31, playing 63 total dates in the U.S. and Canada and wrapping at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida.

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An Update On Taylor Swift 1989 Tour Ticket Prices

(1/27/15) Country and pop superstar Taylor Swift will headline her fourth upcoming concert tour, which embarks on May 5 in her support of her latest album, “1989.”  The tour will consist of five legs including 61 shows in North America alone for a total of 78 shows through December. On TicketIQ, Taylor Swift 1989 World Tour tickets have a current tour average of $273.65 on the secondary market. That average is up 4% over the tour average just two weeks ago.

The most expensive Taylor Swift concert for her North American leg is when the singer travels to Arlington, Texas to perform a concert show at AT&T Stadium on October 17.  Tickets for this show have a current average price of $400.58 on the secondary market, a 46.3% premium increase compared to the overall tour average for her North American leg.  The least expensive ticket to get into this event is $108.

The least expensive show on Taylor Swift’s North American tour run is a May 22 performance at Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge, Louisiana where tickets for this event have a current average price of $164.34 on the secondary market, 39.9% below Swift’s 2015 North American tour average. The least expensive ticket to get into this show is priced at $54.

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