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Taylor Swift fans were left angry after being sold £660 VIP ‘restricted viewing’ tickets at her Liverpool pop concert at Anfield stadium.

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A pair of Taylor Swift fans were left furious after they were sold £660 worth of VIP tickets with a “restricted view” at her Liverpool Eras tour concert on Friday.

The attendee, Zella, was frustrated by her poor view of the concert and posted a video on TikTok, which quickly racked up more than half a million views.

She he complained of his obstructed view after spending £660 on VIP seats.

‘We paid £660 for VIP seats and this is our opinion. We ask them and they don’t move us,” she wrote: “We’re actually going to cry.”

He moved the camera around the stadium, showing viewers what he could see, which was mainly a large tent and technical equipment blocking the stage.

A pair of Taylor Swift fans were left furious after they were sold £660 worth of VIP tickets with a “restricted view” at her Liverpool Eras tour concert on Friday.

The attendee, Zella, was frustrated by her poor view of the concert and posted a video on TikTok, which quickly racked up more than half a million views.

The attendee, Zella, was frustrated by her poor view of the concert and posted a video on TikTok, which quickly racked up more than half a million views.

Her fellow Taylor Swift fans advised her to ask again, claiming they would have to move her if she didn’t have restricted viewing tickets.

According to Zella, she had already made the attempt, however, the entire show was sold out, meaning there was nowhere to move her.

But it all ended well for the super fan when she revealed that she and a friend were given even better seats, so they could clearly see the superstar in action.

‘Thank you all for the support and kindness! In the end we had an amazing time,’ she shared.

On Thursday, the pop star, 34, praised the commitment of thousands of fans who braved the rain to see her perform the first of three concerts at Anfield stadium for the 100th show of her Eras Tour.

The American superstar performed in front of 53,000 spectators at the Liverpool FC stadium, breaking the all-time stadium attendance record.

However, other fans were also unhappy with their seats for the show and took to social media to complain about their restricted view.

An attendee, who posts under the handle @shugartickzshared a striking photo of his point of view on X (formerly Twitter), writing, “Some see that,” along with two laughing emojis and a sick emoji.

However, the duo were not disappointed as they were moved to even better seats so they could see their idol in action (pictured: Zella and a friend).

However, the duo were not disappointed as they were moved to even better seats so they could see their idol in action (pictured: Zella and a friend).

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Furious Taylor Swift fans furious after being sold ‘restricted viewing’ tickets to her pop concert at Liverpool’s Anfield stadium on Thursday night.

On Thursday, the pop star praised the commitment of thousands of fans who braved the rain to see her perform the first of three concerts at Anfield stadium for the 100th show of her Eras Tour.

On Thursday, the pop star praised the commitment of thousands of fans who braved the rain to see her perform the first of three concerts at Anfield stadium for the 100th show of her Eras Tour.

One fan, who paid £60 for her ticket, was able to see the diamond catwalk on which Taylor spends part of the show, but the main stage was completely blocked from view.

One fan, who paid £60 for her ticket, was able to see the diamond catwalk on which Taylor spends part of the show, but the main stage was completely blocked from view.

The snapshot, taken from their seat, showed what they could see from the top corner of the area, behind the actual stage.

The fan, who paid £60 for his ticket, was able to see the diamond catwalk on which Taylor spends part of the show, but the main stage was completely blocked from view.

However, they acknowledged that the ticket was cheap compared to what they get on resale sites.

The fan wrote: “You know what it cost £60 but obviously getting gold dust.”

Social media users criticized the venue for selling out tickets, writing:

‘What’s the point of going?’

‘How much do they charge for that?’

‘It should be illegal that ‘view’ to imagine that.’

“You could say you were backstage.”

“This makes me feel a lot better now that I had to sell mine last night.”

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Social media users criticized the venue for selling tickets.

Social media users criticized the venue for selling tickets.

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Another fan shared their own experience and wrote: 'Don't you remember buying the restricted view? Very angry #LiverpoolTStheErasTour'

Another fan shared their own experience and wrote: ‘Don’t you remember buying the restricted view? Very angry #LiverpoolTStheErasTour’

‘Scandalous.’

“There’s no point in going, I would ask for a refund.”

“That’s criminal.”

“You might as well stay home.”

‘Disney plus for two years would have been cheaper and you can actually see the concert!!!’

‘How is it possible to be backstage?’

Another disappointed fan shared his own experience, writing: ‘Don’t you remember buying the restricted view? Very angry #LiverpoolTStheErasTour.”

They posted a photo of the view of the bottom, which was obstructed by tents and technical equipment.

MailOnline has contacted Ticketmaster and Anfield for comment, although it is unclear whether a third party sold the tickets in question.

It comes just after fans who shelled out £662 for a VIP ticket to see the singer live in Edinburgh were left with sour faces after claiming they had a restricted view.

Taylor Swift fans who paid £662 for a VIP ticket to see the singer live in Edinburgh have been left bitter after claiming they had a restricted view.

Swifties who brought the 'It's been a long time coming' package paid £662, plus fees, to get a merchandise package, as well as what is described as an 'unforgettable reserved seat ticket'.

Taylor Swift fans who paid £662 for a VIP ticket to see the singer live in Edinburgh have been left bitter after claiming they had a restricted view.

Sinead Fitz said Ticketmaster

Sinead Fitz said she was “ripped off” by Ticketmaster and had her view obstructed twice. On TikTok, she said there was “a lot of back and forth” with Murrayfield Stadium, who said they would be moved in her seat because she had an obstructed view.

Swifties who brought the ‘It’s Been A Long Time Coming Package’ paid £662, plus fees, to get a merchandise package, as well as what is described as an ‘unforgettable reserved seat ticket’.

But on TikTok, many said the seats were “behind a tent” or “on the side,” meaning they had a hard time seeing the Anti-Hero singer.

One attendee said he complained about his seats, but was moved to another restricted seat.

Another complained that his seat was “behind a pillar” and that he “could barely see Taylor.” A third added that they paid £680 for a “beautiful view of a tent”.

Holly Evans, 29, took to TikTok to say it was a “great show” but she couldn’t “see Taylor.”

She shared a video showing her seat behind the crowd and blocked by barriers and tents.

Sinead Fitz said she was “ripped off” by Ticketmaster and had her view obstructed twice.

On TikTok, he said there was “a lot of back and forth” with Murrayfield Stadium, who said they would be moved in their seat because it had an obstructed view.

Adding that she contacted TicketMaster in March fearing her view might be obstructed, she said after arriving she spoke to a staff member who then moved her to another obstructed seat.

Ticketmaster has been contacted for comment.

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