Desperate choice for devastated Swifties

Taylor fans who queued for hours in hopes to purchase Eras Tour merchandise have been left empty-handed. Picture: NCA NewsWire / Flavio Brancaleone

Swifties hoping to snag some official Tay Tay merch might have left it a little too late, with fellow fans revealing the Sydney merchandise stands are practically empty.

But for really desperate fans, there are still some people selling merchandise on the street.

While it might not be same, it could be the only chance for some Swifties.

Some people are selling merchandise on the street. Picture: Hannah Moore/NCA NewsWire
Some people are selling merchandise on the street. Picture: NCA NewsWire / Hannah Moore

Taylor Swift will wrap up her Australian leg of the Eras Tour at Accor Stadium on Monday evening.

The show will also mark Swifties’ last chance to secure any of the highly sought after tour themed merchandise.

But one Taylor fan has taken to Facebook to bare the bad news to fellow fans, revealing the majority of the products are no longer available.

“Just so everyone knows that is going tonight. ALL merch has now sold out except large and extra large hoodies,” she said in a Facebook post.

Taylor Swift fans are purchasing the last of tour merchandise in anticipation of her final sold-out concert at Sydney's Accor Stadium. Picture: NCA NewsWire / Flavio Brancaleone

“I am in the merch tent line now and had an announcement. Bit bummed out, really wanted a T-shirts and am going to concert tonight.”

Devastated Swifties left empty-handed took to the comments to slam the management of the merchandise, suggesting there should have been limits on the number of items Swifties can purchase.

“We lined up before the concert last night and even then near 4pm the beige and black tees, totes, bracelets etc were completely sold out, and smallest size left in everything else was size large,” one commenter said.

“Incredibly disappointing for people who weren’t able to line up the two days prior to the concerts, and disappointing there weren’t limits to purchases early on.

Taylor Swift fans Sarah Scherer, Hannah Scherer, Grace Scherer, Rachel Scherer managed to purchase some merchandise before it all sold out. Picture: NCA NewsWire / Flavio Brancaleone
Despite standing in line all morning, some fans have been forced to leave empty-handed. Picture: NCA NewsWire / Flavio Brancaleone

“The fact some people, who didn’t even attend a concert bought five times the same tee, and people actually attending couldn’t get anything, is really upsetting. Worst managed merch I’ve ever experienced in 22 years of attending concerts.”

Other commenters shared their frustration at ticketless fans who managed to get their hands on merchandise before concertgoers could.

“Its stupid that they opened two days before. So people attending the concert miss out. I tried to find a small T-shirts last night when I went and all sold out! It’s a bit of a joke,” one lady said.

A number of items were previously up for grabs, including tour T-shirts and hoodies, Taylor bracelets, water bottles, tote bags, as well as vinyls and CD’s.

Taylor Swift fans were seen lining up for hours to get merchandise prior to the show. Picture: NCA NewsWire / Gaye Gerard
All merchandise, except for the hoodie in select sizes, have now sold out. Picture: NCA NewsWire / Gaye Gerard

The popular merchandise items ranged between $120 for a hoodie and $40 for a water bottle or tour poster.

Some fans provided hope to disappointed concert goers, suggesting there may be one last opportunity to score a piece of merchandise.

“They said that in Melbourne but they had heaps inside the show and small so try inside,” one commenter said.

Taylor Swift is scheduled to perform in Singapore from March 2, giving her just four days off in between shows.