Earlier this month, Carly Rae Jepsen announced that she will be extending her Gimme Love Tour into 2016. The second run of the tour will kick off on February 12 at The Ritz in Raleigh, North Carolina and it will run until March 26, where it wraps up at The Paramount in Huntington, New York. The Canadian pop star has been on the road in support of her third studio album, Emotion, which she released in June, and although the album has yet to see the same pandemonium that her "Call Me Maybe" era produced, fans are flocking to get tickets on sale.

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As it stands, tickets to see Carly Rae Jepsen are averaging a solid $105 on the secondary market, with high demand for her Canadian stops and her stop at The Warfield in San Francisco. The singer's most expensive performance is on track to be her May 13 stop at the Scotiabank Saddledome, where tickets are currently averaging $177, with the cheapest ticket available for $60. Seeing the pop star in her home country is made possible through Hipmunk.com, where cheap flights to Calgary can be booked through most major airline providers. Hipmunk also provides Calgary hotels starting from $33 to complete the planning of travel logistics if necessary.

Her least expensive performance is on track to be her March 8 stop at the Granada Theater in Lawrence, Kansas, where tickets on the resale market are averaging just $50, with the cheapest ticket available for $44, according to data provided by TiqIQ.

On her prior tour run, The Summer Kiss Tour in 2013, Carly Rae Jepsen tickets averaged just $84 across all of her dates with Hot Chelle Rae and The Wanted. Her most expensive stop was her performance at the Starlight Theatre in Kansas City, where resale tickets averaged $215, according to the TiqIQ database.

Aside from her promising upcoming year on the road, 2016 may push Carly Rae Jepsen into even bigger territory, as the singer is already working on a follow up to Emotion, according to a report from Idolator.