It was the story of her life.
A TikToker has sparked backlash after she revealed that they spent $10,000 to see a performance by Harry Styles.
According to Tara Lynn — who posted the video last Tuesday and has now gained nearly 4 million views — she originally made the purchase of two tickets for $890 each through StubHub in order to gain access to the pit, however, upon leaving for the concert it was revealed the tickets were never sent to her email.
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“I’m pissed. I’m beyond livid,” said Lynn.
“We’re walking out the door [to head to the concert], me and my friends, and Max is waiting for us at the venue and I’m like, ‘These tickets never made it to my email,’” explained Lynn. “I’m looking and it says the tickets were confirmed but the tickets aren’t there.”
Lynn explains that she attempted to reach out to StubHub customer service, but it sounded as though the representative “was at a bar” and would not speak with her.
According to the TikToker, the ticketing agency could not get her tickets because they could not reach the person selling them. StubHub did, however, attempt to sell Lynn’s seats at the balcony level.
“I’m pissed. I’ve used StubHub from the time I was first going to concerts when I was 10 until six months ago then I started doing SeatGeek,” she explained.
“I’ve used StubHub for that long and nothing like this ever happened. This was insane.”
Lynn said that she and her friends declined the balcony seats and were able to find two pit tickets through Vivid Seats and Seat Geek — for $4,200 each.
The Post reached out to Lynn and StubHub for comment.
While the situation was unfortunate, several commenters were were not singing their condolences.
“NEVER go through StubHub. I learned my lesson months ago,” said one user.
“This is so unrelatable lol,” chided another.
“Never have I EVER had $10,000 all at one time in my life,” claimed another.
“I can’t imagine having enough money to tell a story like this. I hate it here,” a fourth person said.
In a follow-up post, Lynn revealed that StubHub refused to give her a refund for the missing tickets.