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Get ready, BTS Army! Presale tickets for SUGA’s heavily anticipated Agust D tour will go on for sale Wednesday (March 1).
Due to high demand, Ticketmaster will be using a lottery-style process to pick which Verified Fans will receive access codes for tickets and which will be waitlisted; getting an access code doesn’t guarantee that you’ll get tickets but registering is your best shot at securing tickets.
If leftover tickets are available, waitlisted fans will get first dibs.
“Emails have been sent letting you know if you’ll receive a unique access code or if you’ve been placed on the waitlist, as determined by a lottery-style selection,” the company tweeted on Tuesday (Feb. 28).
“Tomorrow (March 1) fans who received an access code can join the waiting room 30 minutes prior to the start of the presales — which begin at 3:00pm local venue time. Have your unique access code ready when it’s your turn to enter the presale,” reads another tweet.
“Demand is high, and Tour Organizers are making 100% of tickets available for purchase during the ARMY MEMBER Presale,” the statement continues. “If all tickets are purchased during the ARMY MEMBER Presale, there will not be any additional sales.”
Keep reading for details on snagging presale tickets to Suga’s August D tour.
SUGA’s Tour Presale Tickets: Everything You Need to Know
Fans who have registered for tickets will receive email notifications beginning Tuesday evening.
Can BTS fans still register for tickets? Unfortunately, registration for ARMY Member presale tickets on WeVerse and Ticketmaster Verified Fans closed on Feb. 23.
What time do the tickets go on sale? ARMY Member Presale tickets will go on sale Wednesday, at 3 p.m. local time until 10 p.m. local time.
General Verified Fan Presale tickets are scheduled to go on sale Thursday at 3 p.m. local time until 10 p.m. local time – if they’re still available. Any leftover tickets will be available via Public On sale on Friday at 3 p.m. local venue time, per the Ticketmaster blog.
BTS fans can register for both ARMY Member Presale and General Verified Fan tickets but will only receive a notification for one of the two.
SUGA announced dates for the tour, named after his Agust D mixtape, on Valentine’s Day. The tour, which is his first as a solo performer, kicks off April 26 at the Belmont Park, New York. The jaunt will stop in New Jersey, Illinois and California before heading overseas for two nights in Seoul, Korea in addition to Jakarta, Bangkok and Singapore.