- How do you get no fees on StubHub?
- Why are fees so high on StubHub?
- What is the Ticketmaster service fee?
- How do I avoid fees on Seatgeek?
- Is Ticketmaster cheaper than StubHub?
- Which is better SeatGeek or StubHub?
- Does Ticketmaster own StubHub?
- Do StubHub prices go down closer to the event?
- How safe is buying tickets from StubHub?
- Why does Ticketmaster charge a service fee?
- How do I avoid Ticketmaster fees?
- Why are Ticketmaster fees so expensive?
“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.” Stubhub Fees | The Truth About Buyer & Seller Fees | TickPick
https://blog.tickpick.com › stubhub-buyer-seller-fees
How do you get no fees on StubHub?
You don’t have to pay Stubhub’s fees. Members of Ticket Club get the same tickets to the same events – without the massive fees charged by StubHub. It’s normally $49.99 for the first year, but we’re giving away one-year memberships for free as a special promotion. Once you join, you’ll never want to use StubHub again.
Why are fees so high on StubHub?
Sellers are setting their prices so that, once fees are added, the buyer will be willing to pay the overall price. If Stubhub didn’t charge fees, the sellers would in turn list the tickets for higher prices. Seatgeek is the best site to buy tickets imo.
What is the Ticketmaster service fee?
It’s not until one clicks through the site that the fees are broken down, with a $2.50 facility charge, which goes to the venue operator, and a $7.80 “convenience charge,” some of which goes to Ticketmaster, the promoter, credit card companies and artists.
How do I avoid fees on Seatgeek?
How do I avoid surprise fees? The easiest way to avoid having sticker shock at the final purchase price is to shop at a website like SeatGeek that allows you to include fees in the listing price.
Is Ticketmaster cheaper than StubHub?
Stubhub has the most inventory of any reseller, but it doesn’t always have the best deals because of its fees. Ticketmaster tends to have a great selection but it also has lots of hidden fees and generally non-transparent pricing. The Ticket Exchange is a peer to peer marketplace for select sports teams.
Which is better SeatGeek or StubHub?
For fees, we have found that SeatGeek is better overall, but we like StubHub’s transparency. For example, SeatGeek builds the fees into the price of the ticket, while StubHub will show the add-ons. And if you want to know exactly what it is you’re paying for StubHub is the better choice.
Does Ticketmaster own StubHub?
Is Stubhub owned by Ticketmaster/LiveNation? – Quora. No. Stubhub is not related to Ticketmaster/live nation.
Do StubHub prices go down closer to the event?
Yes they do. You just have to give it time and keep checking back. Typically, as the event date gets closer, ticket holders selling on the StubHub marketplace will lower their prices so as to get rid of the inventory of tickets they have, for better to make money at a cheaper rate than to completely lose your profit.
How safe is buying tickets from StubHub?
StubHub is a safe marketplace to buy and sell tickets (much safer than many resale sites on the web). There are so many events with delivery delays on tickets nowadays that getting tickets 24 hours before the event is not unusual at all.
Why does Ticketmaster charge a service fee?
In almost all cases, Ticketmaster adds a service fee (also known as a convenience charge) to the face value price, or in the case of a resale ticket to the listing price, of each ticket. Unlike the service charge, which is added to each ticket, the processing fee is charged once for each order.
How do I avoid Ticketmaster fees?
Avoid Ticketmaster: Don’t get scammed when buying concert tickets
- Never buy during the initial sale. Buying initially only sets you up to pay a price that you could evidently pay less for.
- Follow your local venues.
- Set up price alerts.
- Wait until the day of the concert to buy a ticket.
Why are Ticketmaster fees so expensive?
Ticket prices are usually determined by the venue and performer so if the performer is popular and demand is high, then ticket price is expensive. Ticketmaster and all resale sites charge so called Service Fee which is going to be their revenue.