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Published on January 29th, 2013 | by Pete


Don’t Lose Money on Unused Tickets: Sell Them Online!

At times, it doesn’t matter how much effort you put into organising a big gig, theatre or sports outing: the unexpected – be it illness, a last-minute work assignment or otherwise – can sometimes crop up and prevent you from following through on plans. In such unfortunate circumstances, there’s no need to lose out on the money you put into tickets. Thanks to online ticket resellers like StubHub UK, you can recoup money and help a fellow fan enjoy an amazing day or evening on the town.

Today, there are an array of options available for ticketholders hoping to make secure sales online. Using a secondary ticket agent as a trusted middleman, you don’t need to worry about the hassle of dealing with flaky buyers, and payment is guaranteed for all sold and delivered tickets.

Say, for example, that you’ve planned an to take your family to catch the latest X Factor stars on tour and one of you falls ill at the last minute. Instead of just letting your show passes go to waste – not to mention the cash you put into them – you can go online and list your X Factor tickets for sale and perhaps make a bit of profit!

StubHub UK is one such ticket marketplace – a trusted site that allows sellers to set their price and buyers to purchase tickets to events that they may have otherwise missed out on. As an international entertainment hub, the UK attracts some of the world’s biggest A-list performers whose shows often sell out quite quickly. Online ticket marketplaces like StubHub are often a go-to source for hot tickets that are unavailable via other channels, so there’s no shortage of buyers that may stumble across the tickets you’d like to offload.
Upon completion of sale and delivery, you’ll receive your payment and you can use the money you earn back it to buy new tickets. It’s a win-win situation!

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One Response to Don’t Lose Money on Unused Tickets: Sell Them Online!

  1. Hollie says:

    Hi, just thought you should all know that after being contacted by the Sunday Mail, StubHub – who are owned by online giant eBay – agreed to stop the re-sale of the charity tickets. Hope the information helps.

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