Swifties around the world have been waiting and wondering since Taylor Swift’s announcement last week on “The Tonight Show”, where Swift was not so subtle. Swift officially made the announcement on November 1, 2022.

The U.S. leg “The Eras Tour” kicks off in Glendale, Arizona on March 18, 2023. It will feature 27 shows in 20 cities and a rotating cast with special guests.

Tickets will go on sale quickly. Swift will be making her first public appearance in five years. With her new album “Midnights”, she is the first artist to take all 10 top spots on Billboard’s Hot 100.

Fans have a few options for presale. One of these requires you to be a Capital One customer (the presenting sponsor):

  • Ticketmaster’s TaylorSwiftTix verified fan presale. These tickets will go live at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, November 15. Verified Fans must register by Wednesday, November 9, at 11:59 Eastern Time to be eligible for this presale.

  • Capital One Exclusive Cardholder Presale. Tickets will be distributed to the second allocation of eligible Capital One credit and debit card holders starting at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, November 15. Below is more information on how to become a cardholder in the presale.

  • The public will have the opportunity to purchase remaining tickets at 10 a.m. on Friday, November 18.

How do you qualify for the Capital One Exclusive cardholder Presale

Capital One cardholders need to visit the ticketing site (link above) at 2:45 p.m. local time on Nov. 15, and enter the first six numbers of their Capital One number. To complete the transaction, you will need your Capital One debit or credit card. There are only six tickets available per transaction.

Capital One cardholders can get the presale for their credit and debit cards. Private-label cards are store cards that can only be used at specific merchants and don’t bear the Visa and Mastercard labels.

Capital One customers who have several Capital One cards may want to consider purchasing tickets with the Capital One Savor Rewards Credit Card. You get 4% cashback on entertainment purchases (including concert tickets) and 4% back on meals before the show.