Taylor Swift UK Eras Tour: on-sale details, presale code info and more

Taylor Swift presale tickets for The Eras Tour go on sale soon.

Taylor Swift fans are patiently waiting for their presale code email to bag UK Eras Tour tickets – and this is everything we know so far.

The artist recently announced the UK and European leg of The Eras Tour, which saw millions of fans sign up to get tickets.

They’re being released across July for shows in Paris, Stockholm, Amsterdam, Hamburg, Warsaw and more.

This also includes five Wembley Stadium shows and dates in Liverpool, Cardiff and Edinburgh.

If you signed up for presale tickets by re-ordering her album Midnights, then you can find out everything we know so far below.

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When do fans find out about email registration?

If you signed up for Midnights pre-order presale tickets you’ll receive an email on Wednesday 5 July with further information.

Be patient as it’s expected that a lot of fans will be waiting for an email on 5 July. If you don’t receive one by the end of the day you’ll need to contact the official UK store.

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It’s been confirmed that fans will receive a unique access code for presale tickets.

When do Taylor Swift presale tickets go on sale?

Those who pre-ordered Midnights will then receive access to presale tickets for Taylor Swift’s UK tour dates.

Below you can find out which date and local time tickets will go on presale for each UK and Ireland show.

Monday 10 July at 11am

  • London, Wembley Stadium, Friday, 21 June 2024
  • Edinburgh, BT Murrayfield Stadium, Friday, 7 June 2024

Monday 10 July at 1pm

  • London, Wembley Stadium, Thursday, 15 August 2024
  • Edinburgh, BT Murrayfield Stadium, Saturday, 8 June 2024

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Monday 10 July at 3pm

  • Edinburgh, BT Murrayfield Stadium, Sunday, 9 June 2024

Tuesday 11 July at 11am

  • London, Wembley Stadium, Saturday, 22 June 2024
  • Liverpool, Anfield Stadium, Thursday, 13 June 2024

Tuesday 11 July at 1pm

  • London, Wembley Stadium, Friday, 16 August 2024
  • Liverpool, Anfield Stadium, Friday, 14 June 2024

Tuesday 11 July at 3pm

  • Liverpool, Anfield Stadium, Saturday, 15 June 2024


Wednesday 12 July at 11am

  • London, Wembley Stadium, Sunday, 23 June 2024

Wednesday 12 July at 1pm

  • London, Wembley Stadium, Saturday, 17 August 2024

Wednesday 12 July at 3pm

  • Cardiff, Principality Stadium, Tuesday, 18 June 2024


Friday 14 July at 11am

  • Dublin, Aviva Stadium, Friday, 28 June 2024

Friday 14 July at 1pm

  • Dublin, Aviva Stadium, Saturday, 29 June 2024

Friday 14 July at 3pm

  • Dublin, Aviva Stadium, Sunday, 30 June 2024

What about Ticketmaster’s email sign up?

Meanwhile fans who signed up via Ticketmaster will also receive an email from the promoter, AEG Presents, on Wednesday 5 July confirming next steps for the general sale.

They sent an email to fans who signed up for access, saying: “All registrants will receive a further email from either Ticketmaster or AXS confirming their selected/waitlist status by 23:59 Friday 14 July.”

If you are selected, you will be randomly assigned a unique non-transferable access code to either Ticketmaster or AXS.

Registrants who are selected to receive a code for Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour ticket sale will have the opportunity to access the sale for the specific city they registered for.

They say: “Registering does not guarantee you will receive a code nor that you will have the ability to purchase tickets.”

Some fans may be placed on the waitlist. “If you move off the waiting list, you will receive an email containing your access code details and where to access the relevant on-sale,” Ticketmaster said.

How much are Taylor Swift UK tour tickets?

Ticket prices will be officially confirmed when they go on sale. According to Twitter tickets are rumoured to be priced at £49 / £75 / £95 / £125 / £160 for seated and £95 / £150 for standing.

Following a special presale for the show in Lyon, France, tickets were announced to be priced at:

This should give UK fans an idea of what to expect for the shows in London, Liverpool, Cardiff and Edinburgh.

When do tickets go on general sale?

Following the presale, fans will be able to get their hands on remaining tickets in the general sale. These will take place across a number of dates in July.

The first general sale will begin on 11 July for shows in France. While the UK general sales will take place between 17-18 July. Below you can find out specific dates and local times tickets will go on sale for each city and venue on the Eras Tour.

  • 9 May – La Defense Arena, Paris – 11 July at 10am – tickets
  • 10 May – La Defense Arena, Paris – 11 July at 10am – tickets
  • 11 May – La Defense Arena, Paris – 11 July at 10am – tickets
  • 12 May – La Defense Arena, Paris – 11 July at 10am – tickets
  • 17 May – Friends Arena, Stockholm – 11 July at 2pm tickets
  • 18 May – Friends Arena, Stockholm – 11 July at 2pm tickets
  • 19 May – Friends Arena, Stockholm – 11 July at 2pm tickets
  • 24 May – Estádio da Luz, Lisbon – 12 July at 10am – tickets
  • 25 May – Estádio da Luz, Lisbon – 12 July at 10am – tickets
  • 30 May – Estadio Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid – 13 July at 2pm – tickets
  • 2 June – Groupama Stadium, Lyon – 11 July at 10am – tickets
  • 7 June – Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh – 17 July at 11am – tickets
  • 8 June – Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh – 17 July at 1pm – tickets
  • 9 June – Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh – 17 July at 3pm – tickets
  • 13 June – Anfield Stadium, Liverpool – 18 July at 11am – tickets
  • 14 June – Anfield Stadium, Liverpool – 18 July at 1pm – tickets
  • 15 June – Anfield Stadium, Liverpool – 18 July at 3pm – tickets
  • 18 June – Principality Stadium, Cardiff – 19 July at 3pm – tickets
  • 21 June – Wembley Stadium, London – 17 July at 11am – tickets
  • 22 June – Wembley Stadium, London – 18 July at 11am – tickets
  • 23 June – Wembley Stadium, London – 19 July at 11am – tickets
  • 28 June – Aviva Stadium, Dublin – 13 July at 10am – tickets
  • 29 June – Aviva Stadium, Dublin – 13 July at 10am – tickets
  • 30 June – Aviva Stadium, Dublin – 13 July at 10am – tickets
  • 4 July – Johan Cruijff ArenA, Amsterdam – 12 July at 2pm – tickets
  • 5 July – Johan Cruijff ArenA, Amsterdam – 12 July at 2pm – tickets
  • 6 July – Johan Cruijff ArenA, Amsterdam – 12 July at 2pm – tickets
  • 9 July – Stadion Letzigrund Zürich, Zürich – 13 July at 10am – tickets
  • 10 July – Stadion Letzigrund Zürich, Zürich – 13 July at 10am – tickets
  • 13 July – San Siro Stadium, Milan – 13 July at 12pm – tickets
  • 14 July – San Siro Stadium, Milan – 13 July at 12pm – tickets
  • 17 July – VELTINS-Arena, Gelsenkirchen – 12 July at 10am – tickets
  • 18 July – VELTINS-Arena, Gelsenkirchen – 12 July at 10am – tickets
  • 19 July – VELTINS-Arena, Gelsenkirchen – 12 July at 10am – tickets
  • 23 July – Volksparkstadion, Hamburg – 12 July at 10am – tickets
  • 24 July – Volksparkstadion, Hamburg – 12 July at 10am – tickets
  • 27 July – Olympiastadion, Munich – 12 July at 10am – tickets
  • 28 July – Olympiastadion, Munich – 12 July at 10am – tickets
  • 1 August – PGE Narodowy, Warsaw – 12 July at 10am – tickets
  • 2 August – PGE Narodowy, Warsaw – 12 July at 10am – tickets
  • 3 August – PGE Narodowy, Warsaw – 12 July at 10am – tickets
  • 8 August – Ernst-Happel-Stadion, Vienna – 12 July at 12pm – tickets
  • 9 August – Ernst-Happel-Stadion, Vienna – 12 July at 12pm – tickets
  • 10 August – Ernst-Happel-Stadion, Vienna – 12 July at 12pm – tickets
  • 15 August – Wembley Stadium, London – 17 July at 1pm – tickets
  • 16 August – Wembley Stadium, London – 18 July at 1pm – tickets
  • 17 August – Wembley Stadium, London – 19 July at 1pm – tickets

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