- Can someone else use my StubHub tickets?
- How long does it take for StubHub tickets to transfer?
- How do mobile tickets work on StubHub?
- How do you transfer NFL tickets?
- Why is my StubHub ticket issued to someone else?
- Can you transfer e tickets to another person?
- What happens if StubHub tickets don’t arrive?
- Can I screenshot my StubHub tickets?
- Are StubHub tickets guaranteed?
- What is a mobile transfer ticket on StubHub?
- Can they scan tickets from your phone StubHub?
- How do StubHub tickets work?
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 someone else use my StubHub tickets?
It’s common for someone else’s name to be on a ticket. The name you see printed on your tickets is typically the name of the original purchaser. Remember – anytime you purchase a ticket on StubHub you’re backed under our FanProtect Guarantee.
How long does it take for StubHub tickets to transfer?
How long does stubhub take to send you the email for mobile transfer tickets after purchasing the tickets? It should happen fairly quickly (within minutes).
How do mobile tickets work on StubHub?
How do mobile tickets work? When you buy a type of mobile ticket on StubHub, you’ll view the ticket on your phone to scan the barcode or QR code at the gate. There’s different kinds of mobile tickets available on StubHub. Not all of them are available for each event.
How do you transfer NFL tickets?
How do I transfer tickets?
- Sign in to your account and tap your event to find your tickets.
- Tap the Transfer Tickets button (event eligibility may vary).
- Select the ticket you want to transfer.
- Enter the name and email of the person you’re sending it to, then click Send.
Why is my StubHub ticket issued to someone else?
It’s common for someone else’s name to be on a ticket. The name you see printed on them is typically the name of the original purchaser. When you buy tickets on StubHub we’ve you covered with FanProtect, which means every order is 100% guaranteed.
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.
What happens if StubHub tickets don’t arrive?
Sellers are penalized if they are unable to provide the correct, valid tickets in time for the event. Rest assured, with an event 24-48 hours away, our replacement team will make sure to reach out ASAP.
Can I screenshot my StubHub tickets?
Stubhub has added a mobile screenshot ticket upload option. Now you can sell tickets that TM never let you transfer or sell. They are kind of rare, but they’re out there.
Are StubHub tickets guaranteed?
Buyers are guaranteed to receive tickets in time for the event, and they’re guaranteed to be valid. Should any of these not occur, we’ll replace tickets with comparable or better tickets to the same event, or offer a full refund or FanCode for a future purchase. It’s free for sellers to list tickets on StubHub.
What is a mobile transfer ticket on StubHub?
When you buy tickets tickets on StubHub, you’ll notice there are several ways tickets can be delivered. Sellers list tickets the same way they get them from the primary ticketing issuer. Mobile transfer tickets will be transferred to you and viewed on a mobile device.
Can they scan tickets from your phone StubHub?
The StubHub application has been updated to include mobile ticketing which will allow you to download and display the ticket to an event directly on the phone which can be scanned to permit access just like a paper ticket. The StubHub app is currently available for Android, iOS and Windows Phone devices.
How do StubHub tickets work?
Yes; it’s basically a middle man for selling tickets. People put up tickets for sale; you buy them. They send the tickets to stubhub, stubhub sends it to you and takes a small %.