Taylor Swift is adding another Philadelphia concert to her tour this summer.
The 28-year-old singer sold over $180 million in tickets in the first seven days of tickets being on sale, including the four days of verified fans pre-sales and the three days of public sales, according to Billboard.
Swift's reputation took a hit in 2016 after it was alleged she lied about giving Kanye West permission to call her a "b*tch" in a song, her album Reputation still garnered excellent sales - so it is unlikely this is the rationale for the poor ticket sales.
The Reputation tour arrives in Texas Sept. 29 when Swift plays NRG Stadium in Houston.
An example of a large section of MetLife Stadium where tickets are still available for Taylor Swift's July 20 concert.
Users must register beforehand to buy tickets through Verified Fan, which is a program Ticketmaster uses to deter bots and scalpers from scooping up tickets before actual fans had a chance to buy them.
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The Post reported that Swift's upcoming tour is turning out to be a "disaster", thanks to high-priced tickets and controversial ticketing methods.
"Overall, it's good and smart for Taylor to price her tickets higher", he says, "but it could cannibalize other games or shows, because for most consumers, they don't have an endless budget".
Even though ticket sales for the tour have been below par, Swift is still going to make a ton of money. After all, her most recent 1989 tour was completely sold out in minutes in 2015.