It's the day Swifties desperate for a ticket to the sold-out Australian leg of the Eras Tour ticket had pencilled in their diary.
The official resale platform, Ticketek Marketplace, opens on November 24 for fans to sell and buy precious tickets to see pop superstar Taylor Swift.
For those who missed out during the sales stampede earlier this year, it's seen as the last chance to secure a seat.
How the Taylor Swift Eras Tour resale works
Ticketek Marketplace opens for people to list and resell their Eras Tour tickets from 10am AEDT on November 24.
No new tickets are being released, only the selling of those no longer wanted by fans.
Ticketek Marketplace is the only authorised reselling platform for Taylor Swift tickets.
And a price cap of no more than 10 per cent above the original cost will apply.
Ticket prices for the highly-anticipated tour range from $80 to $380 while the top VIP package is priced at $1250.
When the tour began in the US, ticket resellers were charging up to $41,000 for a seat at the sought-after shows.
Fans wanting to sell or buy VIP packages or hotel and ticket packages will need to do so by December 15 at 5pm AEDT, so VIP merchandise can be delivered in time for the shows.
The standard limit of four tickets per customer, per show, will still apply.
Record demand for Eras Tour
The resale follows the limited release of tickets on November 10 which included new seats with partially-obstructed side view.
Fans have been waiting for the resale since it was postponed from an original September date.
Swift is playing seven shows in Australia this February - three at the Melbourne Cricket Ground and four at Sydney's Accor Stadium.
The Anti-Hero singer's popularity has skyrocketed in recent years with four number one albums and four re-recordings of her albums released since her last Aussie tour in 2018.
The Eras Tour was filmed in the US and became the highest grossing concert film of all time after its October release.
In Australia the June presale broke records with more than four million people trying to get their hands on a ticket - leading to an extra two shows being added to the tour.
Swift will perform at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on February 16, 17 and 18, before heading to Sydney's Accor Stadium on February 23, 24, 25 and 26.
Opening each show is US singer and actress Sabrina Carpenter, who released her highest-charting album Emails I Can't Send in 2022.