See Taylor Swift, Charli XCX And Camila Cabelo In St. Louis For Just $25

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Taylor Swift Weill Play Downtown St. Louis In September And You Can Get A Ticket For Just $25 On Stubhub

Taylor Swift will play The Dome at America’s Center in downtown St. Louis on September 18 as part of her upcoming Reputation world tour. You can score tickets to the concert for as little as $25 on the secondary ticket market.

Taylor Swift will play a concert at The Dome at America's Center in St. Louis on September 18, 2018. The stop will be part of her Reputation World Tour.
Taylor Swift will play a concert at The Dome at America’s Center in St. Louis on September 18, 2018. The stop will be part of her Reputation World Tour.

Tickets for Swift’s St. Louis stop initially went on sale back in December and the singer used Ticketmaster’s Verified Fan program to ensure the best tickets ended up in the hands of the biggest fans. Many fans said the program, which allows fans to move up in the digital line by buying things Swift merchandise, interacting on social media and viewing her videos, wasn’t the fan-focused program it was billed as.

“It’s a naked dash for cash,” said music industry commentator and gadfly Bob Lefsetz in his Lefsetz Letter, “an effort to sell albums so she can publicize how successful she is.”

As of this writing, tickets are still available for the St. Louis show through Ticketmaster starting at $66 for seats much closer to the Dome’s ceiling than the stage. The most expensive tickets still available directly from Ticketmaster are part of a special Snake Bit package that includes a general admission ticket in the “ULTRA-Exclusive Snake Bit” area in front of the stage. The cost to get “Snake Bit?” $896 plus a $3 facility charge and a $4.35 order processing fee.

Also as of today, you can snag a ticket to Taylor’s show in St. Louis for as little as $25 on Stubhub.

Several outlets have reported that ticket sales for Taylor Swift’s Reputation tour have been bad across the country. Even with fewer sell-outs, however, Billboard is reporting that the tour could earn more than $500 million.

Taylor Swift confirmed over the weekend that Charli XCX and Camila Cabelo will open shows on her upcoming tour.

Swift made the announcement directly to fans on Twitter.


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