The standard tickets sold on Ticketmaster are owned by our clients (venues, sports teams or other event promoters) who determine the number of tickets to be sold and set the face value price.
In the case of resale tickets, listing prices are determined by the seller, which can include fans or season ticket holders.
What is a standard ticket on Ticketmaster?
what is difference on ticketmaster between “standard ticket” and “verified resale ticket”? Verified resale means it’s being sold by a private party, usually a scalper, not Ticketmaster. They are just acting like a marketplace, like Stubhub.
Can you get scammed on Ticketmaster?
The only way to know your tickets are the real deal is to buy Ticketmaster Verified Tickets directly from Ticketmaster or Live Nation, or get them at the venue box office. Ticketmaster Verified Tickets are 100% authentic and guaranteed to get you in, including Fan-to-Fan Resale Tickets.
What does seller credit mean on Ticketmaster?
Selling Your Tickets on Ticketmaster. When you sell tickets with Ticketmaster, ticket management and protection comes standard. We’ll help manage the entire transaction and reissue the tickets in the buyer’s name – meaning you get paid and they get into the event with peace of mind.
What does order in progress mean on Ticketmaster?
Payment status RESA indicates that the settlement of your order we are not yet come, when paying by check, ANCV check or wire transfer. Payment status SOLDEE (PAID) means that your order is validated and paid for in our system, your tickets are guaranteed.