If you're a Taylor Swift fan waiting for Nov. 10 (that's when her new album Reputation drops), you might want to check out what Target is offering before you preorder.
Target will have have two totally different 72-page magazines along with the album. The magazines are filled with Taylor's "personal poetry and photos, artwork, hand-written lyrics, a behind-the-scenes glimpse at her 'Look What You Made Me Do' video and more."
And since the two magazines are different, die-hard fans who can't miss out on exclusive Taylor Swift content might want to nab a copy of each. They'll sell for $19.99.
“Target’s guests love Taylor Swift. In fact, she’s one of our best-selling artists of all time,” said Mark Tritton, executive vice president and chief merchandising officer, Target.
You can preorder one (or both) of the magazines here. Otherwise the regular 15-song Reputation CD at Target comes with a poster and costs $15.
"Look what you made me do"
After deleting all of her social media and posting a bunch of confusing videos of snakes, Taylor Swift released her latest single and first song off the new album.
It's called "Look what you made me do," and you can find it here.
The music video will premier Sunday at the Video Music Awards, she said in a tweet.