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How to get tickets for Taylor Swift's 'The Eras Tour' in Japan and Singapore

By Camille Santiago Published Jun 21, 2023 4:21 pm Updated Jul 07, 2023 1:35 pm

Drop everything now! The registrations, pre-sales, and on-sale advisories for Taylor Swift's "The Eras Tour" Asian leg are here.

Swifties in Asia, you better not miss this chance because Taylor will perform in only two Asian countries next year.

According to concert promoter AEG Presents, Taylor will first head to Tokyo, Japan from February 7 to 10, 2024, before stopping in Singapore on March 2 to 4, and 7 to 9.

Japan Tour
Japan Tokyo Dome seat plan

The tickets for the Japan tour start at JPY 8,800 (P3,445) to JPY 30,000 (P11,745). Each buyer is only allowed to get up to four tickets per performance. AEG also noted that "preschoolers are not allowed to enter" the concert hall.

For the ultimate Swifties, VIP packages are also available for purchase.

The cheapest VIP Package, or the "I Remember It All Too Well Package," costs JPY 52,800 (P20,673). It includes one S Seat ticket worth JPY 22,800, a set of four Taylor Swift posters, and exclusive VIP merchandise such as The Eras Tour commemorative tote bag, pin badges, stickers, postcard sets, concert picture tickets for collectors, and laminated VIP Tour pass and strap.

The "Karma Is My Boyfriend Package" has the same perks but instead of an S Seat, it includes one SS Seat ticket worth JPY 30,000.

However, if you want those VIP perks, along with seats near the stage, get the "It's Been A Long Time Coming Package" which sells for JPY 122,800 (P48,078).

Pre-sale tickets will be available exclusively for American Express cardholders starting Friday, June 23, 2023, at 2 p.m. until Monday, June 26, at 11:59 p.m.

A lottery system will immediately begin the morning after, Tuesday, June 27 at 10 a.m. via Lawson Tickets. More details will be announced soon for the regular sale.

Singapore Tour

Ticket prices, including VIP packages for the Singapore leg, have been announced. Standard tickets start at $108 (P4,409) to $348 (P14,207).

The VIP Packages, meanwhile, are priced at: VIP 1: It’s Been A Long Time Coming Package ($1,228), VIP 2: Karma Is My Boyfriend Package ($728), VIP 3: I Remember It All Too Well Package ($628), VIP 4: Ready For It Package ($528), VIP 5: It’s A Love Story Package ($428), VIP 6: We Never Go Out of Style Package ($328).

They all come with one ticket (depending on the VIP type), a special set of four (4) Taylor Swift Prints, and exclusive Taylor Swift VIP Merchandise such as a Commemorative Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour VIP tote bag, collectible Taylor Swift pin, sticker, and postcard set + souvenir concert ticket, and special VIP Tour laminate and matching lanyard.

The Eras Tour Fan Registration for general sale will go live from June 23 at noon to June 28, 12 p.m. UOB cardholders may purchase their pre-sale tickets from July 5, 12 p.m. until July 7, 9 a.m.

Those who have successfully registered will receive an email on July 5 with more information on how to access on-sale tickets on general sales, including a unique access code.

General tickets will go on sale from July 7 at noon via Ticketmaster or at SingPost outlets.

If you're watching with your friends and family, take note that buyers are limited to purchasing four tickets at a time. Tickets that are illegally resold or auctioned may be rendered invalid, with refusal of entry.

Meanwhile, Klook also announced that they are the Official Experience Partner for The Eras Tour in Singapore.

Starting July 7, users may purchase tickets via the Klook app. Every pair of tickets will come with a night's stay at a hotel of their choice from their partner hotels.

For 4-star hotels, the rate for two tickets and a night's stay starts at $542, while the price for the package for 5-star hotels starts at $716.

Note that to be able to purchase tickets on Klook, one must have a valid Ticketmaster account. Tickets are also limited to a maximum of four per user.

For those flying to Singapore just for T-Swift, why not make the most of your trip and go around the island country? While you're at it, check out our tips on how you can maximize your trip there: 6 must-do activities to maximize your next trip to Singapor

Or, if you're going to watch her in Tokyo and are trying to travel on a budget, there's this new affordable airline called Zipair that will be servicing Manila and Narita starting July 2023: Japan's low-cost airline will be servicing between Manila and Narita starting July, to offer one-way base fares as low as P4,000