Taylor Swift is in the midst of The Eras Tour and is the best-selling artist of the year on StubHub, with 83% of sellers listing tickets for the first time ever.
As Swifties are eager to secure tickets, we have compiled a comprehensive guide outlining the necessary steps to ensure a seamless experience on StubHub for both buyers and the surge in first-time sellers.
|Have an extra ticket - or a few - to sell? Here’s how:|
|Select “Sell Tickets” |
from the homepage.
|Enter the event |
into the search bar, choose and follow steps to list your ticket. Disclose all ticket details and double-check your work.
|Add a valid credit card |
(required for safety) and choose how to get paid if tickets sell.
|Select “Create Listing” |
and check your email for confirmation. Once your listing sells, it moves from ‘Active Listings’ to ‘Sales.’
|Watch for a sales confirmation |
with info about how and when to transfer your tickets – pay close attention to any expedited deadlines.
|Complete and confirm your transfer |
Go to the ticket sales section to confirm that you’ve completed the transfer or we’ll still consider it an open order.
|Receive payment |
if all goes well and your buyer gets in, 5-8 days after the event takes place.
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|Customer service all the way to your seat|
|Every order is 100% guaranteed|
according to StubHub
|Taylor Swift is the Top Selling Artist of the Year.||Eras Tour U.S. dates have already outsold the final sales of her 2018 Reputation Tour by more than eleven times.||global stops and counting.||more sales for U.S. dates compared to Beyonce’s 2023 Renaissance World Tour U.S. dates.|