More tickets are to go on sale for Taylor Swift's Australian leg of The Eras Tour - but there's a big catch for Swifties.
Frontier Touring confirmed on Thursday morning the limited additional tickets would be on sale from A$79.90 - but issued a warning to fans.
The tickets in question offer a "partially obstructed side view" of the pop icon.
The shows in Melbourne and Sydney were already sell-outs with desperate fans scrabbling back in June to secure tickets to the only shows she was playing Down Under.
Swift will start her Australian tour on February 16, 2024 and will play seven concerts at Sydney's Accor Stadium and the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
It's claimed four million people were in the virtual queue to try and get tickets, and Nine News reported over half-a-billion bots were kicked out by Ticketek on the day they went on sale.
New Zealand fans also attempted to secure their tickets, with many getting friends and family to log on too to better their chances.
Tickets for the Sydney show are the first to go on sale on Friday at 12 midday, before tickets for Melbourne go on sale from Friday at 6pm.
Tickets are limited to four per person.
In July, Qantas promised 16 additional services from Aotearoa to Melbourne and Sydney at the time of the concerts to help Kiwi Swifties get to the tour.
The Australian airline said it had added 11,000 more seats across 60 additional flights on both sides of the Tasman to cope with the demand, which has already caused a strain on ticketing services.
Air New Zealand also said it had added over 2000 trans-Tasman seats in February to cope with what it called the "Swift surge".