Don’t believe the hype if you’re trying to find the best strategy for getting tickets to Beyoncé’s North American tour. Specifically, by purchasing the “Cuff It” remix from Bey’s official website. Don’t fall for the rampant rumors on Twitter from fans claiming they can get you a presale code.
“This is completely false,” said the singer’s longtime spokesperson Yvette Noël Schule. billboard.
“I BOTH CUFF IT WETTER REMIX at I bought a version and got a pre-sale code for the Renaissance World Tour, buy it to get yours too! murmured One fan claimed to have found a similar cheat code in a tweet stating: Go to the Hive!!”
At the time of press release, it was unclear where the rumors came from or who started them, but it makes sense that the singer’s superfans were scouring every angle for tickets to her Renaissance tour.
The first 40 dates of the tour were announced last week, followed by an additional seven dates in Toronto. Chicago; Washington, DC; Atlanta; Houston; Los Angeles; is not automatically reserved.
According to Ticketmaster, a “lottery-style” process will be used to determine which Verified Fans will receive access codes to purchase tickets, while other Fans will be placed on a waiting list. Citi Cardmembers get exclusive access to advance tickets when they register here by Thursday (9th February). The first group of confirmed fan advance tickets went on sale Monday.
With the new dates announced last week, Verified Fan registration for Group A ended last Friday at noon. Group B registration will be open until Thursday at 11:59 PM ET. Group B Registration includes shows in Boston, Dallas, Miami, San Francisco, Seattle, Minneapolis and Tampa. Registration for Group C closes at 11:59 PM ET on February 16 and will open in Charlotte, Detroit, Phoenix, St. Louis, New Orleans, Philadelphia, Louisville, Pittsburgh, Nashville, Kansas City and Missouri. shows of. Tickets for the Renaissance Tour are also available on Vivid Sheet.
Now for the bad news.
“Fan demand has already exceeded the number of tickets available, based on registration numbers in Group A cities, by more than 800%,” read a statement from Ticketmaster after the first pre-sale. “Demand is significantly outstripping supply, so we anticipate that many interested fans may not get tickets.”