How do I avoid paying fees on StubHub?
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. via
Are there hidden fees on StubHub?
For the experiment, StubHub randomly assigned half of all U.S. users, who count in the millions, to an experimental back-end—or hidden—fee structure where buyers saw only the ticket list price as they shopped, and extra fees were only displayed on the checkout page. via
Why are StubHub fees so expensive?
The fees on any purchase are there for a few different reasons, with our main focus being to provide a positive buying experience. We use the fees to ensure the site is up and running at all times. They also go toward our customer service staff to ensure that we're here if you have any questions or need any assistance. via
Do sellers pay fees on StubHub?
It's free to list tickets on StubHub! When they sell, we collect a sell fee. This may change over time depending on ticket supply and ticket marketing costs. As long as you deliver your tickets as promised and on time, this is the only StubHub fee you'll ever pay. via
Which is better SeatGeek or StubHub?
Quick Summary: StubHub is the clear winner for best prices and selection versus SeatGeek, TicketLiquidator, Ticketmaster, and the other options listed below. None of the sites listed below are “risky,” unlike Craigslist, and should all be trusted to deliver the tickets that you are purchasing. via
How long does it take for StubHub to pay you?
When you sell tickets on StubHub, we'll process your payment 5-8 business days after the event. via
How does StubHub make money?
StubHub charges buyers and sellers a fee for every ticket sold. While there are no fees for listings tickets on the site, StubHub charges buyers a 10 percent fee on what they pay for the ticket, which has a minimum of $5, while also taking a roughly 15 percent commission on the price from sellers. via
Can you see past sales on StubHub?
If you are a StubHub buyer and want to view your completed transactions, click "Order History" beneath "Buying Tickets" on the "My Account" page. via
How do you avoid ticket fees?
Try purchasing tickets through a discount site, such as Goldstar.com, which charges service fees but compensates by selling tickets at half-price. Or go old-school and book through the box office, where convenience fees, if any, are much lower. via
Are StubHub tickets more expensive?
StubHub's fees are reportedly a little higher than Vivid Seats' on average. Total costs can range from 20% to 50% of the original price. StubHub does have decent customer service but it is nowhere near as highly recommended as Vivid Seats. via
What are ticket fees?
Ticket fees (which can include a service fee, order processing fee and sometimes a delivery fee) are determined in collaboration with our clients. In exchange for the rights to sell their tickets, our clients typically share in a portion of the fees we collect. via
Can I sell tickets on multiple sites?
You can post the same tickets on multiple websites, for instance, without paying a fee to list on any of them. Once you sell the stubs on one site, you can then remove them from all the sites on which you posted them without a penalty. via
What does Vivid Seats charge to sell?
In order to list your tickets, you must meet the following requirements: Listing tickets on Vivid Seats is free! Once tickets sell, a 10% seller fee will be deducted from your total sale price. via
How much does SeatGeek charge sellers?
You can upload and list your tickets for free on SeatGeek. If you sell that ticket, we do collect a small fee of 10%. This is to keep our platform healthy and running. When you type in the price for which you want to sell your ticket, you'll be paid whatever that price was, minus 10%. via
Should I trust SeatGeek?
Is SeatGeek reliable? Yes, SeatGeek is reliable. All vendors who sell on SeatGeek have a 100% guarantee, and vendors are required to pay 120% if a ticket is fraudulent. For e-tickets or mobile transfers, tickets are sent to your account within 24 hours of the event, meaning you likely will not receive them right away. via
Is SeatGeek a good place to buy tickets?
Seatgeek is 100% reliable and legit site. you can get tickets at affordable price without getting scammed.. If you are a new customer, on top of their price match guarantee you can get a $10 discount for ALL tickets “from this page on SeatGeek.com”. via
Why does StubHub pay you after the event?
Stubhub changed the method of paying sellers last March from paying on delivery to paying sellers 5-8 business days after the event occurs. This way if an event ends up being cancelled they dont have to claw back money from sellers. via
Does StubHub do payment plans?
StubHub is partnering with financial technology company Affirm Inc. to let customers buy tickets on a payment plan. Starting this week, U.S. based customers looking for tickets from $99 to $17,500 will be able to pay those off, with interest, over a period of up to one year. via
How legit is StubHub?
The company is entirely legitimate and has the right to sell or resell all the tickets on its website. It's not hard to find customer complaints related to actually getting their tickets after purchasing them. However, StubHub is also one of the few ticket resellers who guarantee the legitimacy of their tickets. via
How are StubHub fees calculated?
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 a 15% fee is deducted from the seller's payment. For example, on the sale of a $100 ticket, the buyer would pay $110. The seller would net $85. via
Do StubHub prices go down closer to event?
Yes they do. 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. via
Is StubHub and TicketMaster the same?
StubHub and TicketMaster go in the same direction – sports tickets, music events, theater plays, festivals and conferences. You can find tickets in high demand, as well as tickets that may barely sell. The selection is relatively similar – both portals go with major names, as well as locally known artists. via
How can I buy tickets online safely?
Ticketmaster, StubHub, and EventBrite are among a handful of trustworthy sites that setup the transaction by allowing you to by resale tickets directly from them. The sites are secure and remove the hassle of a 3rd-party seller, but the fees that come with both buying and selling on these sites are pretty hefty. via
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Is there a way to see what tickets sold for on StubHub?
WHERE CAN I FIND PRICING ASSISTANT? Pricing assistant is available on stubhub.com and the StubHub app for most major events. You'll see it when you're in the process of listing tickets for sale and it will also be available for active listings in My Account. via
How do I check my sales on StubHub?
When you log into your StubHub account and view your Listings, underneath the "Your price" and "Payout" boxes is a hyperlink that says "Get more pricing info". via
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Do you pay fees at box office?
If you walk up to the box office and buy a single seat, you pay no fees. But if you call the box office and buy a seat over the phone, you'll pay a $2 per seat service charge. Revenues from that fee are used to cover costs such as ticket printing and shipping, said Jennifer Pauly, ticket service manager. via
Do you pay fees if you buy tickets at the box office?
Typically, there is no advance service fee charged at the door. Some producers open their box office for ticket sales during other shows. via
How can I buy concert tickets without fees?
Look out for processing fees, commission, or transaction fees. The best chance you have to avoid hidden fees of concert tickets is purchasing with cash at the box office. And one other (less fun) option is a service like Yahoo! Music which streams live events online for at-home viewing. via