The high prices of Taylor Swift merchandise have been revealed as the Australian tour of global megastar Taylor Swift’s Ellas tour begins in Melbourne.

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Amazing prices have been revealed for Taylor Swift’s Ellas tour merchandise as she prepares to kick off her first show at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.

The 34-year-old megastar arrived in style at the 100,000-capacity MCG on Friday afternoon, just hours before starting the Australian leg of his Elas tour.

This will be her first tour Down Under since 2018, and thousands of eager Swifties flocked to Melbourne’s MCG hours before the show, filled with excitement.

And fans were keen to get their hands on the merchandise, lining up at the outdoor stands to get their hands on Ellas-branded clothing and memorabilia.

Amazing prices for Taylor Swift's Ellas tour merchandise have been revealed at the opening of her first show in Melbourne.

Amazing prices for Taylor Swift’s Ellas tour merchandise have been revealed at the opening of her first show in Melbourne.

Photos of crowded stands reveal the prices Swifties were willing to pay to get their hands on the coveted items.

Posters cost $40, tour hoodies cost $120, and T-shirts cost $65.

Water bottles cost a hefty $40, canvas tapestries were available for $55, and fans lined up before the show to purchase merchandise.

Fans could be seen carrying bags full of merchandise on their arms as they made their way to the venue for the grand show, ready and excited to finish their purchases.

Thousands of the pop star’s fans flocked to the arena two hours before the show’s 6:30 p.m. start time, hoping to avoid long lines to get in.

Frontier Touring previously warned fans there was “no need to arrive at the venue before the gates open” at 4:30pm as “all tickets have an assigned seat”.

Photos of a packed merchandise stand at Melbourne's MCG reveal the prices Swifties were willing to pay to get their hands on the coveted merchandise.

Photos of a packed merchandise stand at Melbourne’s MCG reveal the prices Swifties were willing to pay to get their hands on the coveted merchandise.

The highly anticipated show begins at 6:20 p.m., with Sabrina Carpenter taking the stage, followed by Taylor’s highly anticipated headline show.

Taylor will play three performances at Melbourne’s MCG on February 16, 17 and 18 before heading to Sydney to play four performances at Accor Stadium on February 23, 24, 25 and 26. We are planning to hold a concert.

JHours before the show, Taylor was spotted being chauffeured to the MCG in style in a flashy motorcade.

A procession of blacked-out Land Rovers could be seen driving down Brunton Avenue and into the venue’s underground car park, with the Shake It Off star in one of the cars.

Taylormania began when she landed in Melbourne early Thursday morning at around 12:40am and was greeted by an army of eager Swifties.

The Cruel Summer singer traveled in style aboard a Bombardier Global 6000, a luxury private jet that seats up to 17 people.

Fans could be seen carrying bags full of merchandise on their arms as they made their way to the venue for the grand show, ready and excited to finish their purchases.

Fans could be seen carrying bags full of merchandise on their arms as they made their way to the venue for the grand show, ready and excited to finish their purchases.

Fans were eagerly awaiting Taylor to take to the stage on her first Australian tour since 2018, and flocked to the venue early to join in the Swiftie frenzy.

Fans were eagerly awaiting Taylor to take to the stage on her first Australian tour since 2018, and flocked to the venue early to join in the Swiftie frenzy.

Taylor’s flight from Honolulu, Hawaii to Melbourne (VJT 993) became the most tracked flight in the world, with approximately 1,500 passionate fans watching his journey across the Pacific.

Taylor – Who are you dating? Kansas Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce – I completely missed Valentine’s Day due to travel and had a romantic day on a plane.

She took off from Hawaii at 4:52pm local time on February 13th, and due to the 21-hour time difference, she was only able to land in the early morning hours of February 15th AEDT, meaning she missed her big day. .

However, she just spent a few days with her boyfriend Travis in Los Angeles, where she celebrated her birthday with him. won the NFL Super Bowl, before taking off from Down Under.

According to travel agency Flight Center, more than 600,000 tickets have been sold for her performances, and some fans have resorted to the last resort of chartering their own planes to attend her performances.

Just hours before the show, Taylor was spotted being chauffeured to the MCG in style in a flashy motorcade.

Just hours before the show, Taylor was spotted being chauffeured to the MCG in style in a flashy motorcade.

A procession of blacked-out Land Rovers could be seen driving down Brunton Avenue and into the venue's underground car park, with the Shake It Off star in one of the cars.

A procession of blacked-out Land Rovers could be seen driving down Brunton Avenue and into the venue’s underground car park, with the Shake It Off star in one of the cars.

Thousands of the pop star's fans flocked to the arena two hours before the show's 6:30 p.m. start time, hoping to avoid long lines to get in.

Thousands of the pop star’s fans flocked to the arena two hours before the show’s 6:30 p.m. start time, hoping to avoid long lines to get in.

“Commercial flights and accommodation are very expensive, and as a result we have even seen travelers opting for private charter flights to go to concerts,” said Flight Center Travel Group Global Leisure CEO ( CEO) James Kavanagh told news.com.au.

“While it may seem extreme, we are not surprised that people choose to fly privately through our charter airline AVMIN. Both Taylor’s Sydney and Melbourne shows are booked.”

Flight Center revealed that a commercial flight from Brisbane to Melbourne for the February 16 performance will cost around $569. The following week, the same route drops significantly to $118.

Tour organizers are also concerned about the estimated 15,000 fans who will arrive at the pop star’s sold-out shows despite not having tickets. are doing.

The New South Wales venue has warned fans without tickets to stay away from Accor Stadium to avoid crowd management issues, the Daily Telegraph reported on Sunday.

A spokesperson said fans who missed out on tickets should not try to “soak up the atmosphere” outside as they likely wouldn’t be able to hear the songs anyway.

Families enthusiastically gathered at the MCG in sparkly pink outfits for the concert.

Families enthusiastically gathered at the MCG in sparkly pink outfits for the concert.

Swiftie was seen with her arms crossed after fans were told they had to wear friendship bracelets or pack them in bags instead of D-rings

Swiftie was seen with her arms crossed after fans were told they had to wear friendship bracelets or pack them in bags instead of D-rings

A large crowd gathered outside the venue ahead of the long-awaited show.

A large crowd gathered outside the venue ahead of the long-awaited show.

Taylor mania began when she landed in Melbourne early Thursday morning at around 12:40am and was greeted by a legion of eager Swifties.

Taylor mania began when she landed in Melbourne early Thursday morning at around 12:40am and was greeted by a legion of eager Swifties.

The Cruel Summer singer traveled in style aboard a Bombardier Global 6000, a luxury private jet that seats up to 17 people.

The Cruel Summer singer traveled in style aboard a Bombardier Global 6000, a luxury private jet that seats up to 17 people.

Taylor was greeted by Swifties wrapped in blankets.

Taylor was greeted by Swifties wrapped in blankets.

Her flight from Honolulu, Hawaii to Melbourne (VJT993) became the most tracked flight in the world, with approximately 1,500 passionate fans watching her journey across the Pacific.

Her flight from Honolulu, Hawaii to Melbourne (VJT993) became the most tracked flight in the world, with approximately 1,500 passionate fans watching her journey across the Pacific.

Taylor, who is dating Kansas Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce, missed Valentine's Day due to travel, but they did celebrate Travis' Super Bowl win together in Los Angeles.

Taylor, who is dating Kansas Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce, missed Valentine’s Day due to travel, but they did celebrate Travis’ Super Bowl win together in Los Angeles.

Meanwhile, NSW Transport Co-ordinator Howard Collins said the city was “preparing for the inevitable”.

“What we’ve found with other popular music venues where people can’t get tickets is that people just come together to soak up the atmosphere and there’s nothing you can do to stop them other than managing the crowd. ” he said.

“While we do not encourage the attendance of fans without tickets, we are allowing additional non-ticketed travelers to attend as part of our contingency plans.”

But despite the NSW Government’s warnings, businesses are said to be rolling out the welcome mat to all Taylor fans, whether they have tickets or not.

Business Sydney executive director Paul Nicolau said: “Regardless of their ticket status, Sydney must put up signs welcoming the Swifties, because they all come to our city in one way or another. Because they are contributing.”

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