A fan who attended Taylor Swift’s washout Foxborough, Mass., concert Saturday is selling rain droplets for a whopping $250.
The popular Instagram account Only in Boston shared a screenshot of what appears to be a Facebook Marketplace listing called “Taylor Swift Eras Tour Merch Rain.”
The photo shows three small containers from local weed dispensary Happy Valley that are filled with clear liquid, which the seller claimed to have gotten from the downpour during the second Gillette Stadium show on Swift’s Eras Tour
It is unclear whether the raindrops are still up for sale, as the listing no longer appears to be on Facebook Marketplace.
However, Swifties instantly flocked to the comments section of Only in Boston’s post to marvel over the pop superstar’s impact.
“Floor seats rain or balcony rain?” one person jokingly asked.
“Fair price,” another user wrote of the $250 starting bid.
“Holy water,” a superfan chimed in.
Others called the listing a “scam” and wrote that if any “morons” purchased the jars, they were “ridiculous” and “stupid.”
Swifties want to know…
The “Blank Space” singer, 33, stunned fans when she carried on with her concert Saturday night during a torrential downpour at the stadium.
“Last night we all danced together in the rain for THE ENTIRE 3.5 HOUR SHOW in foxy Foxborough MA!!” she captioned several snaps of herself drenched in rain.
Swift has grown accustomed to singing in less-than-ideal weather conditions over the years.
Just weeks before her Massachusetts show, she had to wait several hours for a severe thunderstorm to pass through Nashville before performing from just after 10 p.m. until nearly 2 a.m.
“This is something we’re all doing together. It’s like such a bonding experience,” she told concertgoers at the time. “We’re all gonna leave here tonight looking like we just went through five car washes.”