- How do I transfer my Vivid Seats mobile ticket?
- What are mobile tickets on Vivid Seats?
- Can I transfer my Ticketmaster tickets to someone else?
- Can I sell mobile tickets on Vivid Seats?
- How do I download my tickets from Vivid Seats?
- Is Vivid Seats good to buy from?
- How does Vivid Seats deliver tickets?
- Are Vivid Seats Guaranteed?
- Can you transfer e tickets to another person?
- Can you use a concert ticket with someone else’s name on it?
- Can I give my train ticket to someone else?
- Can I sell my Ticketmaster tickets on Vivid Seats?
- How much does Vivid Seats charge to sell tickets?
- What does it cost to sell tickets on Vivid Seats?
- Do I have to print my tickets from Vivid Seats?
- How long does it take to get my tickets from Vivid Seats?
- Is Vivid Seats part of Ticketmaster?
Yes,in most cases, if you purchased the tickets for someone else, or can no longer attend your event, you are able to transfer the tickets to another person’s email address.
When you click on the specific tickets that you would like to send, a “Transfer” button will appear.
How do I transfer my Vivid Seats mobile ticket?
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What are mobile tickets on Vivid Seats?
Mobile E-tickets are tickets in which barcodes are emailed to the recipient to download.
Can I transfer my Ticketmaster tickets to someone else?
If you’re sending/transferring tickets:
Sign into My Account and click on your event to find your tickets. Click the “Transfer Tickets” button (event eligibility may vary) Select the tickets you’d like to transfer. Enter your recipient’s first and last name, email address and an optional note.*
Can I sell mobile tickets on Vivid Seats?
When you find the event you want to sell tickets for, swipe left to reveal the options to buy or sell tickets for that event. Once you have selected “Sell”, tap “Add Tickets” to begin the listing process. Tap “Type of Tickets” to indicate whether you have general admission tickets or specific seats.
How do I download my tickets from Vivid Seats?
This link will direct you to the order in your Vivid Seats account. Click the red “Download Tickets” button & the PDF files will begin downloading to your computer. If you experience issues, try saving the attached PDF ticket file to your desktop. Open the file and select “Print” from the Adobe Reader “File” menu.
Is Vivid Seats good to buy from?
When looking to buy sports, concert, or theater tickets, it’s hard to find an honest company with a solid guarantee, a good reputation, excellent customer support, and cheap ticket prices. To be clear, Vivid Seats is a legitimate business that does hundreds of millions of dollars in ticket sales each year.
How does Vivid Seats deliver tickets?
Welcome to Vivid Seats! All orders you place through Vivid Seats are considered ticket requests until the managing seller confirms the order. This confirmation usually occurs within moments. Once the seller confirms your order, you will receive an email containing your order’s estimated shipping or delivery date.
Are Vivid Seats Guaranteed?
Vivid Seats has among the strongest relationships with licensed, certified, and professional ticket resellers in the industry. All sellers are rigorously evaluated according to their business practices and track record, and we guarantee your tickets to be valid and authentic, or your money back.
Can you transfer e tickets to another person?
Yes,in most cases, if you purchased the tickets for someone else, or can no longer attend your event, you are able to transfer the tickets to another person’s email address. The next page will prompt you to enter the name and email address of the person you would like to send your tickets to.
Can you use a concert ticket with someone else’s name on it?
Can someone else get in with tickets that have my name on them? Yup, including the tickets you print at home that show your name. Just hand them the tickets and they’ll get in no problem. You can also look for a Transfer button on your order in My Account to see if Ticket Transfer is available.
Can I give my train ticket to someone else?
1) Under the guidelines, a person can transfer the confirmed ticket to another family member be it the father, mother, sibling, children or spouse. For transfer of ticket, an application must be submitted at least 24 hours in advance of the scheduled departure of the train.
Can I sell my Ticketmaster tickets on Vivid Seats?
1.Click the “Sell Tickets” link which can be found by clicking the three dots in the upper right corner of the Vivid Seats homepage, or at the bottom under “Services”. 2.On the next page, click the red bar labeled “SELL YOUR TICKETS”.
How much does Vivid Seats charge to sell tickets?
Vivid Seats’ service fees are reported to run from 20% to 40% of the original ticket price. (This is where the site makes its money, after all.) Additional fees, like shipping, can be as much as $25 or as little as $7.
What does it cost to sell tickets on Vivid Seats?
It is absolutely free to list your tickets on Vivid Seats! Once your tickets sell, you will pay an industry low 10% commission which will be deducted from your total sale price. This fee is in place so we can ensure a hassle-free transaction between you and the buyer of your tickets.
Do I have to print my tickets from Vivid Seats?
If you are unable or do not wish to print your tickets, we suggest contacting the venue directly to ensure they are able to scan PDF bar codes from mobile devices. Due to the variations in venue technology, Vivid Seats encourages all PDF tickets to be printed prior to the event.
How long does it take to get my tickets from Vivid Seats?
Typically, you can expect to receive payment 7-10 business days after our system has recognized that the tickets have been delivered to the buyer. Please note, for events that are more than 100 days from the date of sale, sellers will receive payment approximately 90 days from the date of the event.
Is Vivid Seats part of Ticketmaster?
Vivid Seats takes a 10 percent commission on the tickets you sell on the site. This is pretty common and better than websites like SeatGeek, which takes 20 percent.