Why won't Ticketmaster let me sell my tickets?
Not all events or tickets are available for Fan-to-Fan Resale. If you don't see a Sell Tickets button or it's grayed out, selling your tickets through Ticketmaster is not available. In order to resell your tickets for events in the US, you must have a US bank account. via
Where can I sell my Ticketmaster tickets?
Ticketmaster doesn't allow resell on their site for all events. However, you can sell those tickets on StubHub or any other marketplace. via
Does Ticketmaster charge to resell tickets?
Creating a listing to sell your tickets is always free. However, when your tickets are sold, a service fee is collected from the total selling price of your tickets. via
How much does it cost to sell on Ticketmaster?
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. Chumi is an innovative ticketing platform and an all-in-one event platform for events from small to large scales. via
How do I get a refund from Ticketmaster?
If refunds for your event are approved by the Event Organizer, you will see a “Request a Refund” link in your online account. After submitting your request, your refund will be processed to the original method of payment used at time of purchase, once funds are received from the Event Organizer. via
What does transfer tickets in Ticketmaster mean?
A ticket transfer allows you to transfer some or all of your tickets from your Ticketmaster account to another. You'll always see a “Transfer Tickets” button on your order. If Transfer is not available, the button will not be available. Transferring tickets does not mean to exchange tickets. via
What happens if you sell your tickets on Ticketmaster?
We'll email you once your tickets sell. You'll receive your payout typically within 7 days after the event. If you're getting paid via direct deposit, you may have to verify your bank account first. These deposits may take 3-5 business days to show after your tickets sell. via
Where can I sell event tickets?
1. Event ticket resale sites. Your most obvious choice are specialised ticket resale sites like StubHub, Seatwave, Viagogo, and others. These places are basically marketplaces for people looking to sell event tickets that they've previously purchased from a primary seller. via
Why is Ticketmaster so expensive?
“In most cases, a significant portion or a majority of those service fees get paid to the venue or the promoter of the event you're buying the ticket for,” Goldberg adds. As much as Ticketmaster or AXS or SeatGeek is the one charging the consumer that fee, they're doing it as a vendor on the behalf of the venue.” via
Why do tickets have service fees?
"Service fees are essentially what help companies like Ticketmaster to turn a profit. They're basically fees that get added onto the base price of whatever your ticket is and it helps them to stay in business," Blanco says. This is a fee that the venue gets 100 percent of. "Then there's order-processing fees. via
How do I avoid Ticketmaster fees?
It goes to keep Ticketmaster running. The facility charge is collected for the venue and taxes may apply. The only way to avoid the high service fee is to buy at the box office. You lose the convenience but may keep $15 to $20 per ticket. via
Are tickets cheaper at the box office?
By buying tickets in-person, at the box office, you can avoid paying any ticketing fees, that get a lot more expensive the more tickets you purchase. via
How much money does Ticketmaster make?
Ticketing generated about $1.8 billion in revenue for Ticketmaster in 2016 -- would $1.6 billion from initial sales of tickets to events in 2016, according to estimates by research firm BTIG. That figure does not include revenue from the reselling of tickets, which BTIG estimates at $250 million. via
How long does it take Ticketmaster to refund?
We will process your refund once funds have been approved by, and received from, the Event Organizer, which is usually completed within 30 days. via
Can you get a refund if concert is rescheduled?
If the event you have booked is cancelled, rescheduled or has changed location, you are entitled to a refund of at least the face value of the ticket. If an event is rescheduled to another date, your tickets should be valid. If you can't make the rescheduled date, then you're entitled to a full refund. via
How do I contact Ticketmaster by phone?
Can Ticketmaster tickets be transferred more than once?
Yes, you can! Once you accept the tickets they're all yours. If you are unable to use them, transfer them back to the person who sent them or transfer them to anyone else you want. via
Do screenshots work for Ticketmaster?
When you attend events you'll need to display your tickets on your mobile phone. Your barcode includes technology to protect it, so you won't be able to use screenshots or print outs. When you view it in our App, your ticket will be automatically saved so it's always ready. via
Is Ticketmaster Ticket Exchange Safe?
Ticket Exchange is the official fan-to fan resale marketplace of the NFL, NBA, NHL, and more. Buyers get seats sold by fans and verified by Ticketmaster, so getting in is 100% guaranteed. Sellers get secure, no-hassle payment and never deal with ticket delivery. If it's there you can click to list on Ticketmaster.com. via
Why does Ticketmaster pay you after the event?
We process your payment around 10-12 working days after the event or show has taken place. It allows us to resolve any issues that may crop up between the sale and event date that might affect your payment, like an event change or cancellation. via
Can I cancel my tickets on Ticketmaster?
Purchased tickets through Ticketmaster are non-refundable. In some cases, Ticketmaster's Fan Guarantee will provide an opportunity to cancel/refund a purchase within 24 hours after the purchase. via
Are verified resale tickets on Ticketmaster safe?
They are 100% safe, its done entirely through Ticketmaster so there's nothing to worry about. Platinum is Ticketmaster's way of jacking the price up on more desirable seats, basically them scalping their own tickets. via
How can I get free event tickets?
How much does it cost to sell tickets on StubHub?
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
Where can I buy a sold out concert ticket?
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
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
Do Ticketmaster prices go down closer to event?
You should know that sometimes ticket prices never decrease. Demand to see a concert is so high that ticket prices never go down. There is, in effect, no “last minute.” Even so, patience will better serve your pocketbook when it comes to finding cheap concert tickets. via
Can you get scammed on Ticketmaster?
While sometimes, when looking for tickets that were sold out, these sites can be helpful, Ticketmaster is directly scamming fans out of getting tickets entirely. Through resale, Ticketmaster makes money off charging people fees twice, through ONE sale of tickets. via