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A seat for one of Taylor Swift's L.A. concerts costs thousands of dollars, but some fans get in for considerably less by buying their way in by paying the security personnel on duty.
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On Wednesday night, Taylor will perform the sixth of her six gigs, a run of performances that had compared favorably to when Los Angeles hosted the Super Bowl.
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Resale websites like StubHub demand at least $700 before fees, even for the least expensive seats.
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We have firsthand information about a few fans who entered without tickets; many of them paid cash bribes to security personnel.
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The spectators pass through the security checks and arrive at the ticket seller. We know two fans paid only $60 each to enter the event on Monday night, while another paid $100 to enter a show last week.
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Following a string of performances that coincided with the Super Bowl, Taylor is scheduled to have her sixth and final performance in Los Angeles tonight.
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It's a frustrating procedure since, according to the fans, they had to continually move around to locate available seats or wait in aisles and open areas until they were forced to leave or the seat's original owners returned.
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