- Why are my StubHub tickets not available yet?
- What does instant delivery mean on StubHub?
- How do StubHub tickets work?
- How do I transfer StubHub tickets to a friend?
- How do I contact the seller on StubHub?
- How do I track my order on StubHub?
- How does reselling tickets on StubHub work?
- What happens if StubHub seller doesn’t send tickets?
- Can’t find my StubHub tickets?
- How do I accept my tickets on StubHub?
- What is instant delivery on StubHub?
- Are all StubHub tickets legit?
- How do I get my StubHub access code?
- How much does StubHub charge to sell tickets?
Why are my StubHub tickets not available yet?
Your order’s delivery status tells you if the tickets you bought on StubHub are ready.
If they’re not ready yet, you can expect them by the ‘Ready on’ date in your order details.
Your tickets aren’t available yet: We’ve told the seller the tickets sold.
They’ll transfer your tickets to the email by the ‘Ready on’ date..
What does instant delivery mean on StubHub?
Instant Download means the seller gave StubHub instant access to the tickets when the ticket listing was created. Tickets listed for Instant Download are immediately available as soon as you place your order and you’ll be able to view and print them from My Account within minutes.
How do StubHub tickets work?
When you buy a type of mobile ticket on StubHub, you’ll view the ticket on your phone. Then you’ll scan the barcode or QR code at the gate. StubHub offers several kinds of mobile tickets. Not all are available for each event.
How do I transfer StubHub tickets to a friend?
Using the StubHub appGo to ‘My tickets’ and tap the order.Tap the three dots and ‘Transfer tickets’Choose the tickets you’re transferring and continue.Enter the recipient’s email address and ‘Send’
How do I contact the seller on StubHub?
Contact usUnited States and Canada.1.866.788.2482.
How do I track my order on StubHub?
On the StubHub appGo to ‘My tickets’Scroll to the bottom.Tap ‘View order history’
How does reselling tickets on StubHub work?
How can I sell mobile tickets on StubHub? Listing on StubHub is as easy as 1-2-3Just sign in to the app or on your mobile browser, tell us what tickets you’re selling, and set your price. When you have a buyer, we’ll give you the added benefit of providing instructions on how to deliver the tickets to them.
What happens if StubHub seller doesn’t send tickets?
If the full delivery date passes and the tickets are not sent by your seller, we proactively check our site for comparable replacements to provide you (at no additional cost) and contact you to get them swapped out.
Can’t find my StubHub tickets?
I lost my tickets Print If you bought electronic tickets on StubHub, you can download and print them again. Go to My tickets > Orders. Have hard copy tickets? Contact us and we’ll try to help.
How do I accept my tickets on StubHub?
We’ll email you when your tickets are ready. You need to accept a ticket transfer to see them on your phone. The email has an Accept tickets button: Click or tap ‘Accept tickets. ‘ Follow the steps to create an account where the tickets are stored.
What is instant delivery on StubHub?
When listing on StubHub, you can pre-deliver Electronic (PDF) and some Mobile tickets if you have them in hand. Doing this turns the listing into an Instant download (PDF) or Mobile – Instant ticket. This means if they sell, they’re automatically sent to the buyer.
Are all StubHub tickets legit?
In a word, yes. The company is entirely legitimate and has the rights to sell or resell all the tickets on its website. … However, StubHub is also one of the few ticket resellers who guarantee the legitimacy of their tickets.
How do I get my StubHub access code?
After you buy tickets as a guest, we’ll email you order confirmation with a 6-digit access code….Use the guest order lookup.Enter your email address, the access code, and your phone number.On a desktop, click Continue. In a mobile web browser, tap View order.
How much does StubHub charge to sell tickets?
For Stubhub, it is free to list tickets for sale. 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.