Comedian Nikki Glaser couldn't snag tickets to Taylor Swift's Eras Tour, so she asked her fans if anyone has an extra ticket and needs a plus-one

Comedian Nikki Glaser couldn't snag tickets to Taylor Swift's Eras Tour, so she asked her fans if anyone has an extra ticket and needs a plus-one
  • Nikki Glaser couldn't get Taylor Swift concert tickets either — so she's asking her fans if they have a spare.

  • Glaser expected an agent to get her tickets to the Eras Tour, but she told E! News that "no one came through."

  • She posted on Instagram that she didn't get tickets "then my fans started DMing me saying like, 'Hey, I got tickets. Do you want these $5000 for floor seats?'"

Even comedian Nikki Glaser couldn't snag tickets to Taylor Swift's highly-anticipated Eras Tour, so she took to Instagram to try to find an empty seat.

According to E! News, Glaser — a self-described Swiftie — thought an agent could "hook me up" with tickets to the show, but "no one came through."

So Glaser did what everyone else is doing: desperately searching for an affordable ticket on social media.

"I put up a sad Instagram post being like 'I didn't get tickets,'" Glaser told E! "Then my fans started DMing me saying like, 'Hey, I got tickets. Do you want these $5000 for floor seats? and I go 'Sure, but do i go alone?'"

No, Glaser's fans told her, she wouldn't be going alone. In fact, she told E! that her fans were excited about the possibility of sharing the experience with her.

"So now I'm imploring my fans. If you need someone to go with you to a Taylor Swift show, I will fly to that city, I will pay for a ticket, and I will go with strangers," she said. "Because as a Swiftie, I feel like I have more in common with a random Swiftie I've never met than I do with some of my best friends."

She continued: "So, anyone out there who needs a person to go with them to a Taylor Swift concert, I'm your girl."

Tickets to the Eras Tour were notoriously hard to get after Ticketmaster's meltdown during the Verified Fan presale which led to the ticket-selling giant canceling the general sale for tickets. Tickets on resale sites for the tour are now going for thousands of dollars, way over face value.

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