Ticketmaster – Taylor Swift ticket troubles? Attorney General Josh Shapiro urges fans to file complaint

Tennessee’s Attorney General is also investigating the chaos surrounding ticket sales.

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Friday, November 18, 2022 12:15 am

PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) — Problems with Taylor Swift fans trying to buy concert tickets for her 2023 Era tour have caught the attention of Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro.

The governor-elect tweeted Thursday, urging people to file complaints with his office if they encounter problems with Ticketmaster.

The tweet came just hours before Ticketmaster announced it was canceling scheduled public sales for Swift’s upcoming stadium tour because there weren’t enough tickets.

The decision came two days after a presale event crashed the site and left many fans without tickets. The ticketing company said in a statement Thursday that two million tickets for next year’s Eras tour were sold during Tuesday’s presale, the most tickets ever sold on the platform in a single day.

Ticketmaster cited “extraordinarily high demands on ticketing systems and insufficient remaining ticket inventory to meet this demand” as the reason for canceling sales on Friday.

Questions remain about how remaining tickets — and how many — would be sold. But Ticketmaster said about 1.5 million fans who went through an early verification process – called Verified Fan – were invited to buy tickets and the remaining 2 million were put on a waitlist.

Tennessee’s Attorney General is also investigating the chaos surrounding ticket sales.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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