Ticketmaster has warned Taylor Swift fans to be careful of fake tickets and access codes online.
Tickets for the second date at Croke Park go on presale today with the remainder up for grabs on Friday.
Fans who wish to share their excitement by posting pictures of their tickets online are told to be careful to cover order numbers, codes and confirmation numbers on any pictures of tickets.
#Swifties! We know you're excited (so are we) but please be careful when posting #TaylorSwiftTix screenshots:— Ticketmaster (@Ticketmaster) December 5, 2017
- Cover any order numbers
- #CoverTheCode on any pics of tickets
- Cover confirmation numbers
Ticketmaster also warns that unofficial sellers may engage in ’speculative listing’ by listing tickets online before they go on sale.
"Fans should not trust resellers claiming to have tickets before the onsale has even begun," it said.
The tickets in these listings are not real.
In addition, some people online are attempting to sell access codes for the presale.
Ticketmasters says only it can generate the codes, which are linked to your account on the site and cannot be shared.
BE SAFE OUT THERE #Swifties!— Ticketmaster (@Ticketmaster) December 6, 2017
Do not buy #TaylorSwiftTix access codes - they are not transferable.
Never buy tickets from unofficial sellers. We can only guarantee tickets bought on Ticketmaster.
Learn more about the dangers of Spec Tickets here: https://t.co/D1y0S4593j pic.twitter.com/O0v0itCgUI
However, it did point out that fans reselling tickets is not illegal.