Canadian Taylor Swift fans 'heartbroken' over waitlist for Eras Tour Toronto shows

It seems only a lucky few actually got the presale code for six Eras Tour shows in Toronto.

Taylor Swift's Canadian fans were shocked to see the majority of those who applied for a presale code found themselves on a waitlist instead. (Getty, Twitter)
Canadian Taylor Swift fans were shocked to be placed on a waitlist for the Eras Tour presale. (Getty, Twitter)

Taylor Swift fans in Canada were shocked — some even outraged — after presale codes were sent out Tuesday night for the star's Toronto shows.

Taylor Swift recently announced long-awaited shows in Canada for her Eras Tour, with six back-to-back shows in Toronto in November 2024. Three concerts are taking place from Nov. 14 to 16, and then three more between Nov. 21 and 23, at Rogers Centre.

The news came in the midst of her tour in the U.S., after fans felt she was snubbing Canada in the second round of show announcements.

Swift even got a call-out from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Twitter (errr.... X).

Though there were mixed reactions over Swift only adding shows in Toronto, Canadian Swifties rushed to sign up for Ticketmaster's Verified Fans Onsale (presale) code access.

Codes were emailed out at 7 p.m. EST on Tuesday, but it seems only a lucky few actually got a code. The others? Waitlisted — and upset.

"Right now you are on the waitlist for your selected show. There won't be enough tickets for everyone who registered so a limited number of registered Verified Fans received a unique access code and others were placed on the waitlist," the waitlist email from Ticketmaster read.

"If any tickets remain, we may message you to join the Verified Fan Onsale."

Some fans took to X (aka Twitter) to share their frustration.

Some were upset that U.S. fans were buying tickets to the Toronto shows and getting codes, while Canadian fans weren't.

Others were begging those who did manage to get a code, to share it. Each code allows a person to purchase four tickets for their selected show.

Tickets for the first two Toronto dates, Nov. 14 and 15, go on presale Wednesday at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. ET respectively.

Those who weren't given the chance to purchase these still may have a chance at snagging some on resale, though that has infamously come with exorbitant prices.

There always is, however, a chance for more dates to be added to the Eras Tour, which is as of now set to span over two years, ending in Toronto.

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