Taylor Swift Just Broke AMC Theaters All-Time Ticket Presale Record With $37 Million Sold

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Taylor Swift is telling movie theaters to shake off their financial worries after coming to the rescue.

In just one day, ticket presales for Swift’s upcoming Eras movie based around her live concert tour of the same name surpassed $37 million!

The number is so massive that it actually broke AMC’s all time presale ticket record by $10 million originally set by Spider Man: No Way Home in 2021.

Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour will run for four weekends beginning Friday, October 13th and will feature her full 2 hour and 30 minute concert plus behind the scenes footage and more. It’s the perfect play for those that didn’t want to drop thousands upon thousands of dollars to see the tour in concert, and for those that just want to experience the tour again in a different setting.

The rollout has been so successful that the upcoming Exorcist film had to be pushed back!

“Look what you made me do,” Exorcist: Believer director Jason Blum joked as he announced the movie would be pushed back to an October 6th release while including the hashtag #TaylorWins.

AMC, Regal and Cinemark will all be showing the film, with AMC running it at least four times a day. It will also be available at select Imax and Dolby theaters.


Meanwhile Swift continues her journey as the Eras Tour continues to dominant markets all across the world including a newly announced North American run at the end of next year. At current pace, she will more than likely make over $1 billion on this tour alone.

For parents out there that weren’t able to afford getting tickets for their kids, you are redeemed as the movie theater will do just fine. However, I suggest bringing ear plugs – there’s going to be a hundred Swifties belting out every lyric at the top of their lungs.

Written by Mike Gunzelman

Mike “Gunz” Gunzelman has been involved in the sports and media industry for over a decade. He’s also a risk taker - the first time he ever had sushi was from a Duane Reade in Penn Station in NYC.

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