“Some 30 percent to 40 percent of tickets to the world’s top concerts are resold on secondary websites such as StubHub and SeatGeek. Many of those sales are by scalpers who believe people are willing to pay far more than the initial price to see stars of Swift’s magnitude; they double and sometimes triple the ticket price. Thousands of Swift’s die-hard fans, Swifties, spent huge sums the singer never saw. That didn’t sit well with Swift, who is as much an entrepreneur as she is an artist.” BusinessWeek: Taylor Swift Wants Her Money Back. (This is not a battle to save you money. It’s a battle over who gets the money when you pay more.)