Mark your calendars because Taylor Swift just announced her first round of dates for her Reputation stadium tour. The 27-year-old bonafide pop-star dropped her sixth studio album last week on Nov. 10, and didn't even make her fans wait a full week before releasing her tour details. Now, we can expect to have more dates and venues added to the list, but this is definitely a good start. Keep scrolling to learn more about how to see Taylor Swift live in concert during her Reputatuon stadium tour!

When do Taylor Swift tickets go on sale?

For fans participating in the Ticketmaster Verified Fan program (we'll come back to that later), emails will begin being sent out on Dec. 5 and continue until Dec. 8. This email will give fans a specific date and time to pre-order a concert ticket (or tickets). Tickets will go on sale to the general public on Dec. 13 (aka Taylor's 28th birthday).

What are the Taylor Swift ticket prices?

The prices for the tickets have a wide range. It just depends on how much you are willing to spend, how close to Taylor you want to sit, and if you want a VIP package. But, if we're being honest, once those tickets go on sale we'll be giving Taylor all of our money.

The range as of now is from $50 to $350+ with limited VIP packages available for each date. Get your wallets ready!

How does Taylor Swift Verified Fan work?

So, back to the Ticketmaster Verified Program. Taylor and her team created an incentive-based way to deter scalpers from buying all the available tickets and then selling them at ridiculously high prices. Repeat after us: This is a good thing. Now, all fans have to do register for the program, choose their choice of cities, and get "boosts" to increase their standing in the line for pre-orders.

You get boosts from supporting Taylor in a variety of ways like pre-ordering her album, buying merchandise, following her on social media, and even just watching her music videos. Sounds easy enough, right? Exactly, now go get ready for those tickets!