The countdown is well and truly underway for Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour, which arrives in the UK in June. The tour will call in London, Edinburgh, Liverpool and Cardiff.

When tickets went on sale last year, demand was through the roof with pre-sale and general tickets selling out within 15 minutes. Despite going on to add more stadium dates to her list of shows, those thousands of tickets were snapped up extremely quickly as well.

However, this doesn't mean all hope is lost - in fact, there are a couple of ways Swifties can still get their hands on Eras Tour tickets. There are multiple sites where you can snap up resale tickets - and there's even a way to book tickets with a 'clear view' of the stage. Here's what you need to know.

Where to buy Taylor Swift resale tickets

A number of online retailers are offering fans to chance to snap up resale tickets, but it is important to remember that prices are set by the sellers - which means some fans could be paying much more than expected.

Some sites, including Viagogo and Vivid Seats, are not "official" retailers. However, these sits do have strict terms and conditions in place to protect buyers and sellers. These websites specialise in selling tickets that fans no longer want.

Here are the sites you'll need to know:

There are also resale tickets available directly from Ticketmaster. You can find tickets here.

With people often concerned about using resale tickets, a Viagogo spokesperson told the Express: "The European leg of Taylor Swift’s Eras tour has been long anticipated. We’ve not seen anything like this since The Beatles and with tickets having only just gone on sale, demand is at its peak right now.

"Viagogo is a regulated marketplace where fans have the freedom to buy and sell tickets to their favourite live events, safely and securely, backed by a guarantee. Sellers on our marketplace may list tickets at high values when demand is high, but prices can change and tend to reduce over time.

"We recommend Swifties wait for demand to settle and check regularly for a listing that meets their budget. Tickets for Taylor Swift’s UK dates have already sold for as low as 172 GBP on our platform. Also, tickets listed at eye-catchingly high prices rely, if ever, sell."

How to get Taylor Swift tickets for low prices with 'clear view' of stage

According to the Mirror, there's a simple way to get your hands on Taylor Swift tickets without breaking the bank - and with a good view too. If you're willing to travel a bit further, you can snag tickets to see Taylor perform in Nanterre, just outside Paris, from around £430(at the time of writing) through Viagogo.

The Karma singer is playing at Paris La Defense Arena in Nanterre from May 9-12, which means you'd get to see the show before fans attending the UK gigs. There are still tickets up for grabs in the general admission standing section, as well as seating with an unobstructed view of the stage.

Of course, there are travel costs and hotel stays to consider by opting to see the singer outside of the UK, so it's worth giving it some thought as the whether its the right idea for you.

Warning to fans over 'fraudulent' ticket sellers

Swifties have been urged to remain vigilant after a number of fans were conned by 'fraudulent' ticket sellers. Fans should carefully check the ticket details to ensure their authenticity - including checking for accurate event information, including the date, time, and venue.

The police also recommend paying close attention to the seating section or assigned seats. Although not official retailers, Vivid Seats and Viagogo have a range of terms and conditions as well as safety protocols in place to protect fans from being scammed.

When is Taylor Swift playing in the UK?

  • Friday, 7 June 2024 - Edinburgh, Murrayfield Stadium
  • Saturday, 8 June 2024 - Edinburgh, Murrayfield Stadium
  • Sunday, 9 June 2024 - Edinburgh, Murrayfield Stadium
  • Thursday, 13 June 2024 - Liverpool, Anfield Stadium
  • Friday, 14 June 2024 - Liverpool, Anfield Stadium
  • Saturday, 15 June 2024 - Liverpool, Anfield Stadium
  • Tuesday, 18 June 2024 - Cardiff, Principality Stadium
  • Friday, 21 June 2024 - London, Wembley Stadium
  • Saturday, 22 June 2024 - London, Wembley Stadium
  • Sunday, 23 June 2024 - London, Wembley Stadium
  • Thursday, 15 August 2024 - London, Wembley Stadium
  • Friday, 16 August 2024 - London, Wembley Stadium
  • Saturday, 17 August 2024 - London, Wembley Stadium