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ICYMI, You Can Buy An ‘Eras Tour’ Movie Poster On Amazon

Although I was one of the unlucky Swifties who never got their Eras Tour tickets. However, I am decked out in merch (the perks of having an uncle who works as a security guard). But there’s one thing that every 20-something teenage girl wants: a Taylor Swift poster. 

Luckily for all of us, Amazon released a 12×16 inch poster ($15) of Taylor from the Eras Tour, and it’s glorious. Imagine having Taylor in her bedazzled one-piece leotard with her thigh-high silver and sparkly boots staring at you every single day. What more can you ask for? I literally can’t think of anything else. 

Don’t be shy, just admit that we all miss the days when our bedrooms were covered with posters from the latest Seventeen or J14 magazine. Now’s the perfect time to buy your Taylor poster, even if you weren’t able to go to a concert or are still waiting patiently for movie tickets

Taylor’s Eras Tour movie, which is basically the movie version of her concerts, releases on Oct. 13 exclusively in AMC theathers, but we don’t know if it’ll be streaming online. But what we do know is that Swifties are obviously going hard for the movie, with their sparkly attire and friendship bracelets ready for the premiere.

Just imagine, you come home from the Eras Tour movie, and you’re welcomed home by your new Taylor poster. What could be better? Literally nothing if I’m being honest.

If you need another reason to buy the Amazon poster, I got you. The poster on Taylor’s official merchandise site is $30, and this just isn’t feasible for broke college students (please don’t hate us, Taylor). You’re literally paying half of the official price with the Amazon poster, and it’s honestly a great photo of her. 

Like most Amazon products, you never know how long it’ll be in stock for. I recommend sprinting, not running, to your Amazon cart and throwing the poster in there while it’s still in stock. 

Julia is a national writer at Her Campus, where she mainly covers mental health, wellness, and all things relating to Gen Z. Prior to becoming a national writer, Julia was the wellness intern for Her Campus. Outside of Her Campus, Julia is a managing editor at The Temple News, Temple University's independent student-run paper. She's also the Co-Campus Correspondent of Her Campus Temple University, where she oversees content for all sections of the website. Julia is also a student intern at the Logan Center for Urban Investigative Reporting, where she works on the data desk and is assisting her editor in building a database. She has previously interned at The American Prospect. In her free time, Julia enjoys going to the beach as much as possible, watching reality TV (specifically Real Housewives and Vanderpump Rules), and editing stories.