DPD warns of fake Taylor Swift tickets

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KUSA – If you feel like you got a super good deal on tickets for the Denver stop of the 1989 World Tour on Craigslist, it may just be too good to be true.

That's because the Denver Police Department says it's investigating a fraud case involving tickets to the highly-anticipated show that were sold on Craigslist, and other similar sites.

DPD says to contact the District One Investigation Bureau if you bought tickets to the Sept. 5 and 6 shows from Craigslist, and you have reason to be believe they might not be real.

The phone number is 720-913-0400. DPD says to ask for the detective supervisor.

Right now, tickets to the 1989 tour are selling for a minimum of $300 on Stubhub.

A search for Taylor Swift tickets on Craigslist shows similar prices.

DPD didn't say what to look for to discern real tickets from fake ones.

(© 2015 KUSA)


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