Here’s How To Get Your Hands On Taylor Swift Tickets In The War Child Auction

By Martha Davies

3 weeks ago

The charity auction runs until 16 May

Missed out on Taylor Swift tickets? The Spring Clean auction for War Child gives you the chance to nab a pair for the singer’s sold-out Wembley show in June – plus a whole lot more merchandise from film, TV and music. Here’s the rundown.

The Spring Clean Auction For War Child: Everything You Need To Know

Fancy getting your hands on some signed merchandise from your favourite musicians? Or props from the sets of famous films and TV shows? Well, here’s your chance: huge stars from across the creative industries have donated an array of one-off items to the Spring Clean charity auction, which is running online until 16 May. All proceeds will go to War Child, helping to educate and safeguard children living through conflict.

The current highest bid is for a pair of Taylor Swift tickets, which were donated by AEG presents. Other items have been donated by everyone from Ed Sheeran and Margot Robbie to Gillian Anderson, Kate Bush and the cast of Saltburn


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What’s Up For Grabs?

There are 59 lots currently available on the Spring Clean page. Want to know exactly what you can bid on? Highlights include:

  • A pair of tickets to Taylor Swift’s Wembley gig on Saturday 22 June
  • A handmade guitar signed by artists including Bob Geldof, Eddie Vedder, Glen Hansard and Noel Gallagher
  • A poster and script from Saltburn, signed by the cast, plus an exclusive tote bag containing a branded blanket, bath plug, t-shirts and a mini bathtub
  • An original shooting script from Love Actually, signed by Emma Freud and Richard Curtis
  • A signed guitar owned by Ed Sheeran
  • A Barbie poster signed by Margot Robbie
  • A script from The Crown, signed by the cast
  • A custom Levi’s jacket owned by the band Bastille
  • An Original Soundwaves print signed by Kate Bush

How Do You Bid?

If you want to participate, you can visit the Spring Clean page and start browsing (though you’ll need to register with The Auction Collective before placing a bid). The auction closes on 16 May.