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[UPDATE: Presale code for the Santa Clara show is below.]

You love Taylor Swift. You love Taylor Swift. You love Taylor Swift, yes you do, you friggin’ love her—and even if you think you don’t, well, if we say it enough times, and if the radio keeps playing her songs, and if you keep hearing her music everywhere, it just might come true.

You love Taylor Swift.

Okay, okay. We kid. Say you don’t love Taylor Swift. Still, odds are good that you know someone who does, and behold! You can be that person’s savior with some valuable info on how to acquire the best tickets for her 1989 tour, which stops at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara on Aug. 15, 2015.

Tickets for the show are priced at $69.50-$214, and go on presale Friday, Dec. 5 at 10am to American Express cardholders. The good news? You don’t have to rush out and get an American Express card, because tickets go on sale at the same exact time to members of the Taylor Swift email list.


[UPDATE, 12-4: We’ve got the presale code for the Santa Clara show, direct from Taylor Swift’s email list. Simply go here, enter the presale code TS120, and you’ll be able to buy tickets on Dec. 5.]


Tickets don’t go on sale to general public until a week later, on Dec. 12, so this is your best chance to score decent seats.

Are you sure you don’t love Taylor Swift? Below, watch Saturday Night Live‘s spoof commercial for Swiftamine:

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