Taylor Swift Tokyo concert tickets: Cost, cheapest price for Eras Tour show before Super Bowl

Will Taylor Swift be at the Super Bowl?

That question is top of mind for Swifties and Chiefs fans alike as the Chiefs punched their ticket to Las Vegas after knocking off the Ravens in the AFC Championship Game. Swift has been at each of Kansas City’s three playoff games thus far supporting her boyfriend, Travis Kelce.

Of course, that’s made easier by the fact that her Eras Tour is currently on break.

The international tour continues on February 7 in Tokyo for a four-day run ending on February 10. Given the Super Bowl is February 11 and Swift’s tour then continues February 16 in Australia, many fans are wondering A) if Swift would fly to Las Vegas in order to make the Super Bowl or B) if she would cancel the final night of her Eras Tour stop in Tokyo.

With the world’s most famous act set to restart her tour, here are the latest updates on ticket prices for Swift’s stop in Japan.

BUY NOW: Cheapest tickets for Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour in Tokyo

Taylor Swift Tokyo concert tickets

Swift is playing four shows at the Tokyo Dome which seats a max capacity of 55,000.

Right now on Stubhub, the cheapest seats available are going for about $350 dollars. That’s WAY cheaper than per previous shows specifically at MetLife Stadium which were selling for $1700 in the upper bowl and nearly $4,000 for field level

Here are the cheapest tickets still on sale for each of the four shows in Tokyo:

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Taylor Swift Eras Tour Schedule

Once Swift finishes up in Tokyo, she’s off to Australia (barring a quick detour to Las Vegas for the Super Bowl).

Here’s a look at her remaining international tour schedule through the end of the summer:

  • Feb. 7-10: Tokyo, Japan
  • Feb. 16-18: Melbourne, Australia
  • Feb. 23-26: Sydney, Australia
  • March 2-9: Singapore
  • May 9-12: Paris, France
  • May 17-19: Stockholm, Sweden
  • May 24-25: Lisbon, Portugal
  • May 30: Madrid, Spain
  • June 2-3: Lyon, France
  • June 7-9: Edinburgh, United Kingdom
  • June 13-15: Liverpool, United Kingdom
  • June 18: Cardiff, United Kingdom
  • June 21-23: London, United Kingdom
  • June 28-30: Dublin, Ireland
  • July 4-6, Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • July 9-10: Zurich, Switzerland
  • July 13-14: Milan, Italy
  • July 17-19: Gelsenkirchen, Germany
  • July 23-24: Hamburg, Germany
  • July 27-28: Munich, Germany
  • Aug. 1-3: Warsaw, Poland
  • Aug. 8-10: Vienna, Austria
  • Aug 15-20: London, United Kingdom

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