Tickets for Taylor Swift’s The Times Visit go marked down on Tuesday,

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and Swifties all over the planet have been preparing for their adaptation of the craving games.

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The eagerly awaited visit incorporates three shows at Gillette Arena, May 19-21 — Swift’s just stop in New Britain.

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Fans expecting to score passes to the shows know the drill, and it's not even close to simple.

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The opposition started Monday, with a huge number of Swifties restlessly taking a look at their telephones for an email or message from Ticketmaster's Checked Fan framework.

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Fans had until Nov. 9 to enlist for the Tuesday presale ticket discharge. 

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On Monday evening, fans started getting messages and messages from Ticketmaster telling them whether they've been checked and chosen to partake

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Without the check, Swift’s fans will not approach early tickets.

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But here’s the twist: Ticketmaster said if demand exceeds supply (um ... duh), it will select verified fans at random to participate in the presale.

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"Be mindful so as not to erase. You'll get a text with your special access code and the connection you'll use to look for tickets," Ticketmaster said, 

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“If you don’t see something that’s comfortable for you, step back, hold on,” says Dean Budnick, coauthor of the 2011 book “Ticket Masters: The Rise of the Concert Industry and How the Public Got Scalped

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Ticketmaster extended presale tickets for Taylor Swift's upcoming Eras Tour and rescheduled another presale until Wednesday after Swifties drove historic demand and caused significant technical problems Tuesday.

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