Taylor Swift was thrilled to receive an extremely generous welcome from her audience at The Eras Concert tour in Mexico.

She began her extensive stadium tour in mid-March for her enormously popular The Eras Tour.

And it appears that Taylor Swift’s efforts have paid off, as she is said to have given the truckers incentives totaling a stunning $100,000 (£77,992).

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The 33-year-old pop artist is rumoured to have generously offered the truck drivers who transported her equipment across the nation during the US portion of her tour the substantial six-figure incentives.

According to TMZ, the Bad Blood hitmaker handed out bonus cheques to the workers ahead of her Santa Clara, California show.

The publication stated that there are around 50 production truck drivers taking part in the US leg of the tour, meaning that if she did indeed pay $100k in bonuses, she would have forked out an eye-watering $5million (£3.9million) in total.

Taylor’s enormous tour is on pace to become one of the greatest grossing tours of all time, with sales said to have already reached an astonishing $1 billion.

Taylor’s own 1989 World Tour, which had previously held the record for the highest-grossing female artist tour on that continent, was surpassed by her 2018 Reputation stadium tour, which brought in $202.3 million over the course of just 53 performances.

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Taylor’s sixth tour, Lover Fest, which was scheduled to begin in April 2020 but was postponed owing to the Covid-19 pandemic, is now on, the highly anticipated Eras tour.

While tickets are already being sold for her upcoming international tour, which will include performances in the UK and Europe, which will start next year.

Swifties were scrambling to secure tickets for performances throughout the UK as Ticketmaster crashed.

Some fans were having ‘anxiety attacks’ because they were so worried they would lose out on tickets.

Numerous people were left without tickets and disappointed because demand was far higher than availability. Many people vented their anger and frustration on social media.

After being identified as possible bots, some people claimed that they were unable to purchase tickets.

Fans must also pay for transport and lodging on top of the roughly £10,000 cost of resale tickets.