- Is it legal to resell tickets on StubHub?
- Can I sell tickets on StubHub that I bought on StubHub?
- What happens if my tickets don’t sell on StubHub?
- Can you sell etix on StubHub?
- Can you resell TicketMaster tickets on StubHub?
- Can you sell tickets for more than face value on StubHub?
- How do you transfer tickets on StubHub?
- Can you make money selling tickets on StubHub?
- What happens if your tickets don’t sell on Ticketmaster?
- What happens if my tickets don’t sell on SeatGeek?
- Does StubHub sell tickets after the game starts?
“It is free to list tickets for sale, and to search for tickets to buy on StubHub.
On each completed transaction, the buyer pays a 10% fee, and sellers are charged a 15% fee.
For example, on the sale of a $100 ticket, the buyer would pay $110.
The seller would net $85.”
Is it legal to resell tickets on StubHub?
There is no federal law regarding ticket scalping in the United States, and StubHub encourages sellers to adhere to local state regulations in its terms of service. Some states have laws restricting resale only on the physical grounds of an event. And other laws have been discarded.
Can I sell tickets on StubHub that I bought on StubHub?
Can I resell any concert ticket purchased on stubhub.com or ticketmaster.com back on the same platform? Certainly you can with StubHub. StubHub shows your purchase transactions, and you can click on the “relist” burton to post them for sale again.
What happens if my tickets don’t sell on StubHub?
What happens if the tickets I posted for resale on StubHub don’t sell? If the tickets you’re reselling on StubHub don’t sell, they’re still yours. You can try to sell them elsewhere or give them to a friend. You’re only charged a sell fee if the tickets sell.
Can you sell etix on StubHub?
Etix is an Internet-based, print-at-home ticketing service. We are hired by our clients to sell THEIR tickets. If you are not satisfied with any aspect of your event experience BESIDES the purchasing process, you must speak to a representative of the event venue at the box office before the event has concluded.
Can you resell TicketMaster tickets on StubHub?
Your guide to selling tickets.
Whether you can no longer make the event or have extra tickets, StubHub is the easiest way to sell your tickets and give someone else an amazing time out. Quickly and easily list on the world’s largest ticket marketplace.
Can you sell tickets for more than face value on StubHub?
It’s free to list tickets for sale on StubHub, and the website has become even more useful over the years. This means you get your money faster, since you’re paid once the buyer has the tickets. Of course, if you have physical tickets that can’t be uploaded you can still use the printed labels to send them.
How do you transfer tickets on StubHub?
The person receiving the transfer needs a StubHub account to view the ticket and get into the game.
- Using the StubHub app.
- Go to My tickets > Tap the order.
- Using a desktop or the mobile web.
- Go to My tickets > Orders > click ‘Transfer tickets’
- Click ‘Transfer.’
Can you make money selling tickets on StubHub?
Start by buying a couple $40 tickets for an event you would enjoy. Wait until closer to the event date and list them for sale. Keep in mind that you’ll pay a 15% commission (on stubhub.com; ticketmaster.com gets all of their money from buyers), so you need to sell for substantially more than what you pay.
What happens if your tickets don’t sell on Ticketmaster?
If the ticket does not sell, you can still use it. If the ticket does not sell, and you choose not to use it, you do not automatically get your money back.
What happens if my tickets don’t sell on SeatGeek?
If a Buyer does not receive their Tickets in a timely manner, or the Buyer receives Tickets that do not match the Seller’s listing, SeatGeek may cancel the sale and refund the Buyer all amounts paid to the Seller.
Does StubHub sell tickets after the game starts?
Why doesn’t Stubhub sell MLB tickets after the game begins? some large sellers will be allowed to keep their tickets up longer. But most will fall off after the event starts because most sellers (usually Indy) will decide to use them if their tickets didn’t sell.