Post by lildude8218 on Dec 28, 2012 2:30:35 GMT -5
I bought Aerosmith tickets from there a few years back. It was for a show in Tampa at an amphitheater and the lawn seats were being sold for nearly half of what it was on Ticketmaster/Live Nation's site so I was a bit skeptical. I reluctantly made my purchase and was sent an email that linked me to the Ticketmaster site where I could print out my tickets and everything worked fine.
It's the only time I've ever used them so I don't know what it would have been like if I was purchasing physical tickets.
Post by ToyfareMark on Dec 29, 2012 10:20:54 GMT -5
I've bought and sold on Stubhub, so it gets a thumbs up from me! ::thumbs up:: I would say the only concern is, if you buy NFL tickets on there before the season starts, you'll probably be waiting for them a bit. Don't take that the wrong way, you'll have them in time for your game. But many season ticket holders sell tickets on there even before they even have them. But if its a seller with a good rep, you should have no problems at all. Well if you hate secondary market prices you'll have a problem, but other than that there should be no problems.
I have used it, and I thought it was great. Absolutely no problems.
I have talked to someone who wsa unhappy. He said he bought tickets to several NCAA March Madness games, but when he showed up to pick them up (after traveling 1500 miles to the games), there was only a record of him buying tickets for one game. Since this is a second-hand story, though, I don't know if the details are accurate--I can't guarantee that he placed the order correctly to begin with.
Post by emoney3265 on Dec 29, 2012 16:10:45 GMT -5
Yes I've bought many tickets to Reds games on there for lesser than face value and had zero problem. Make sure you check if it's sent electronically or by mail, depending on how soon the event is as well. I prefer electronically so I can print them at my convenience.