Just when Swifties thought all hope was lost, a surprise final release of tickets has been announced just days out from The Eras Tour opening night.
Frontier and Ticketek have thrown one last lifeline to fans and announced a limited number of tickets, including $65.90 restricted view seats, will go on sale today Tuesday 13 February.
Tickets for all three Melbourne concerts will be up for grabs on the Ticketek website at 2pm AEDT, while tickets for all four Sydney concerts will go on sale two hours later at 4pm AEDT.
Ticketek has warned fans the sale will continue until allocations are exhausted in a “first in best dressed” battle for one last chance to see the US megastar.
The final drop comes as nothing short of a miracle for thousands of fans who missed out on tickets ahead of The Eras Tour premiere date this Friday 16 February in Melbourne.
Swift will perform her highly-anticipated show in front of the largest audience of her career to date when she hits the iconic MCG stage this week.
The star’s three Melbourne shows will also see Swift break the MCG’s record for the most tickets sold by one artist at the venue.
After Melbourne she will head to Sydney to perform four back-to-back shows at Accor Stadium from the 23-26 February.
Special guest Sabrina Carpenter is set to perform as the opening act across all seven Aussie shows.
The latest chance to see Swift comes months after a batch of spots opened up across all venues, offering discounted seats in exchange for a partially-obstructed side view of the performance.
Earlier this year, Swift had also added two more shows to the Aussie leg of her popular tour following overwhelming demand for tickets during pre-sales in June.
More than a million fans had flooded the Ticketek website in the hopes of securing one of just 450,000 tickets to the initial three Sydney and two Melbourne stadium shows.
It is estimated Swift’s Eras Tour will rake in an eye-watering $1.5 billion globally, making it the highest grossing tour of all time.
It marks the first time Swift has been to Australia since her Reputation tour in 2018.
In the years since, she’s released four new albums and re-released several of her earlier records.
Eras will cover a full sweep of her music catalogue, with more than 40 songs over three-and-a-half hours.
Based on the US shows she’s performed so far, the performance will be split into 10, non-chronological “eras” for each of her albums.
It begins with six songs from Lover, moving into three songs from Fearless, five songs from evermore, four songs from Reputation, one song from Speak Now, four songs from Red – including the 10-minute version of All Too Well – seven songs from folklore, five songs from 1989 and wrapping up with seven songs from Midnights.