So many Swifties got shut out of buying tickets for Taylor Swift's "Eras Tour" when Ticketmaster sold out for every single show before tickets even went on sale to the public, including people all over New England who wanted to see her at Gillette Stadium. She's scheduled for three shows from May 19 to May 21 at the home of the New England Patriots.

There's a lawsuit by fans that has been brought against Ticketmaster and its parent company Live Nation. According to CNN, the lawsuit alleges Ticketmaster was anti-competitive, charging higher prices on fans in the presale, sale and resale market. Live Nation is trying to settle out of court.

We wish we could have given away tons of tickets to Taylor's show, but even we had a hard time getting tickets. We did manage to score one pair and gave everyone a chance to get their name in the hat to win them with the Tay Tay Double Play. When you heard two Taylor songs back to back and were the ninth person to call us, you qualified to win.

When it came down to picking our winner, we wanted to surprise them with a phone call. The thing is, when we call you out of the blue and you're trying to win Taylor Swift tickets, you probably know exactly why we're calling. Thanks, caller ID.

That's what happened to Farrah Dyer from Kennebunk when we called her and put her on hold for 30 seconds. We could only imagine what was going through her mind, but it didn't take long for us to find out.

Listen to how Farrah broke out in tears when we broke the news to her.

Here's Farrah on the left and her sister Christina Rummell on the right. They'll both be at Gillette this May to see Taylor Swift live!

Farrah Dyer and Christina Rummell
Farrah Dyer and Christina Rummell

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