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Taylor Swift 'Reputation' Tickets Are Now on Sale and We Weren't Ready for It

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If you ask any Taylor Swift fan, they'll tell you that Dec. 13 is considered a national holiday. It's not only the date the 28-year-old was born, but in 2017, it's also the day Reputation Stadium Tour tickets go on sale to the general public. The "Gorgeous" singer dropped her sixth studio album on Nov. 10, 2017, and soon after announced the dates for her tour. After weeks of making her dedicated following earn "boosts" through the Ticketmaster Verified Fan program, seats are finally available to the general public.

But how do fans actually get these highly coveted tickets? And what time do they go on sale? Depending on where you live, a lot of tickets are already up for grabs! Fans have been tweeting about the tour all over the country. East Coast venues in cities like Philadelphia and Washington D.C. became available four hours ago, while West Coast cities like Seattle and Pasadena, CA, dropped their batches within the last hour (you can find all the ticket info here).

The pop star's fans are clearly excited to see her in concert. The hashtag #GetREPTicketsNOW is trending on Twitter so that Swifties can interact with each other. "Best way to celebrate @taylorswift13 bday... Buying tickets to more Rep shows," one user tweeted. Another added, "May or may not have impulse bought a floor ticket for Arlington. They said I did something bad, then why’s it feel so good?"

Prices range from $50 to $350+, with limited VIP packages available for each date. And because Taylor is hitting up stadiums, the venues are able to cram even more people in. That means thousands upon thousands of Swifties singing the lyrics to "Look What You Made Me Do." ...Ready for It?

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