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Get Ready, Swifties: Capital One Exclusive Presale Moved to Wednesday

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Update: Taylor Swift officially broke the internet. Ticketmaster was apparently unable to handle the flood of customers aiming to snag presale tickets, leading the Capital One exclusive presale to be moved to 2 p.m. local venture time toomorrow, Wednesday, Nov. 16. 

Got Midnights on repeat and a Capital One card in your wallet? Miss out on a presale email for Taylor Swift's upcoming nationwide tour? Here's your next best chance.

Later today, Nov. 15, eligible Capital one credit and debit cardholders can also get exclusive, early access to presale tickets for Swift's “The Eras Tour.” The presale begins Tuesday, Nov. 15 at 2 p.m. at each venue's local time and runs through Thursday, Nov. 17 at 10 p.m. local venue time, or while supplies last.

Capital One cardholders will be required to use the first six digits of their Capital One card number as the promo code to gain access to the presale, and then must use their Capital One card to complete the purchase.

When the time comes, head to www.taylorswift.com/events. After first unveiling her tour earlier this month, Swift recently added several additional dates across the country, though there are no international stops just yet.

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What Capital One Cards Are Eligible for the Presale?

Capital One says that The Eras Tour presale is open to all eligible U.S. Capital One Visa and Mastercard credit and debit cardholders. That means if you have a card like the Capital One Venture X Rewards Credit Card, the Capital One Venture Rewards Credit Card, among many others, you are set.

venture and venture x card in wallet 

A Capital One spokesperson previously said that even those with co-branded credit cards like The Capital One Walmart Rewards Card are eligible. The only cards that don't make the cut are private label cards that are issued through Capital One such as The Neiman Credit Card and others that aren't explicitly co-branded by Capital One.


Bottom Line

Taylor Swift is hitting the road next year with “The Eras Tour” kicking off in March 2023. And nearly all Capital One cardholders – including those with either the Capital One Venture X Rewards Credit Card or the Capital One Venture Rewards Credit Card, among many others – can get early, exclusive access to tickets for her concerts around the country.

The presale for Capital One cardholders begins later today! Get those Capital One cards ready, Swifties!


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31 Responses

    • From what I have read, your access code is the first (6) digits of your Capital One card number. I hope that helps!

  • If we have two cards, attached to the same account, but with two different cardholders/card numbers, will we each be able to purchase tickets?

  • Ticketmaster just complains that the account is not eligible for verified fan pre-sale. No where to enter 6 digit code from card. I hope that changes by 2pm today.

    • The pre-sale that happened today is for Ticketmaster and you had to pre-register and hope you were selected for a code. The Capone presale was supposed to start in the afternoon but the Ticketmaster site crashed and they moved the Capone pre order to tomorrow 2 pm (venue time). Hope that helps.

        • No 🙂 The verified one that happened yesterday was a separate thing. For the capital one, you just need your card 🙂

          • When trying to get in for Cap One Presale I keep getting a message saying not a verified fan and I need to switch accounts.

          • It said we could enter the queue 1 hr early for capital one presale. When I hit to join the queue it doesn’t ask for a code. It says I’m not a verified fan therefore cannot enter the queue. 😅

          • Marcy, do you know if that means you can purchase tickets for any venue during the Capital One presale? I live in Los Angeles, but want to try for Vegas tickets. I was just experimenting if I could get on the site (for Capital One presale) and when I selected Las Vegas, I got a message that said “you are a verified van, but not for this venue”. Will they be turning that validation off for the Capital One presale?

  • Where are you supposed to enter the presale code to gain access? All of the instructions are for entering codes that have already gone on sale.

  • Does anyone know if I can use my Capital One card to buy tickets for multiple dates (two different cities)? I’d like to buy tix for my friend but not if it means I won’t be able to get my own tickets once my time zone is up!

  • Well it said all capital one cards and we have a valid capital one rei points card and finally after two days of presales with a presale code and no luck and then capital one presale and two hours we secure tickets only to be told it would not accept our card. What a waste of time and effort so disappointed in everyone involved in the debacle for Taylor Swift. Those of us who had tickets to the pre covid concert Boston concerts should have been given first right to purchase.

  • Yeah that person didn’t know wtf they were talking about. It wouldn’t let me use my capital one Walmart rewards card. Absolute BS! Couldn’t get my tickets with the presale yesterday and now this! Why can’t you just use any capital one card?! So depressing!!

  • This whole thing is a bunch of BS. I’m a cardholder and I haven’t been asked for 6 digits; just thrown into a queque with 2000+ people. Disappointing to say the least.

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