Beyoncé and JAY-Z are running all the way to the bank.
The power couple’s “On the Run II” tour earned a whopping $253.5 million with 2,177,000 tickets sold, according to figures from Billboard.
The 48-date trek kicked off June 6 at Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Wales before traveling to stadiums across Europe and North America throughout the summer. The Carters played 18 shows throughout Europe, including a two-night engagement at London Stadium that grossed $11 million with more than 125,000 tickets sold.
They eventually returned stateside for 30 more shows, which wrapped Oct. 4 in Seattle. The biggest earner of the tour was Aug. 25-26 at Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium, grossing $14.1 million.
“On the Run II” is the sequel to 2014’s original “On the Run” tour, which grossed $109.6 million with 980,000 tickets sold across 21 dates. “OTR II” marks a 132 percent increase over the original’s gross, with an average of $5.28 million per show.
Ten days after their tour kickoff, the Carters released their collaborative album Everything Is Love, which debuted at No. 2 with 123,000 album equivalent units in its first week.