Weekend Boston Train Tickets To Taylor Swift Concerts Sell Out Within Hours

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BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio)(UPDATED 6:15 p.m.)

There are no blank spaces left on the special event Boston trains bound for Taylor Swift's concerts in Foxborough.

Within hours of going up, digital train tickets on the mTicket app were the first to go, with physical tickets selling out in Boston Stations not long after. In a statement to WBZ NewsRadio, a spokesperson for Keolis says the high interest in the specific service is causing the MBTA and Keolis to "assess if it is possible to release additional tickets."

These round trip tickets were available for $20 between either Boston or Providence to reach Foxborough Station. The tickets were only put up for purchase in the two weeks prior to the first concert on Friday, May 19.

Visitors will not be able to take the special Commuter Rail train to Boston if they do not have a round trip ticket bought in the weeks leading up.

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Prior to announcing officials would assess more ticket sales, a spokesperson for the Commuter Rail said there were no plans for a change.

"Unfortunately, all we can say is that at the moment we are not adding anymore trains. If this changes we will make an announcement, but we do not have a timeline of if this will happen or not. We are very sorry for the inconvenience," the spokesperson said.

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