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Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by Sparkplug, Aug 18, 2019.
It will be interesting to see if that holds true this year.
Stubhub charged me something like $130 when 2 tickets I sold for a Vegas show back in February were cancelled by the buyer the same day as the show. Screw them
The fees are excessive. A $10 flat fee per transaction regardless of quantity or price would seem to be more reasonable. I mean how much does it actually cost them to facilitate this type of transaction. Don't know but it doesn't seem like it would be very much at all.
The buyer doesn’t have the ability to cancel a purchase. Either the show was canceled or your tickets didn’t match your listing.
Lol that wouldn’t even cover the credit card fee on a lot of their transactions.
And kept the fees? Ooch. That is low.
There are large amounts of decent upper deck seats still available for Texas which you can buy them at a group rate of $45/ticket and the scalpers aren’t even touching them. That should tell you all you need to know about November FB games. Those seats would fetch you $250/ticket for the Iowa game.
The biggest question - how the heck did your kids end up in the other guy's car???
Must be the same idiot TOE fans who paid over $1000 for their bowl games buying uppers at that price.
I surrender. After a couple days of “tire kickers” I’m paying the fees