05-13-2018 09:01 AM
Hello @Rch923, thanks for reaching out! When a seller lists tickets for sale on the website, we require that they add a date that they will have the tickets delivered by. That date is displayed through the entire purchasing process so that every buyer knows when they can expect those specific tickets will be delivered. There is always a great chance you may receive them earlier, as the seller does not get paid until you receive your tickets. And as always, every purchase made on StubHub is covered by our FanProtect Guarantee. If you do not receive the correct tickets by the time the seller promised, or in the rare occurrence there is an issue with the tickets at the venue, reach out to us right away! We will do our very best to replace the order with comparable tickets, or you’re entitled to a refund.
There are a few different ways that you will be able to transfer the tickets to your nephew. I am going to send you a private message so I can get some more information from you, and take a look at the order so I can see the best way for you to transfer them once you receive them.
05-13-2018 11:40 AM
If it is a college football ticket, it is definitely electronic, right? Since the only way to list a college football ticket is by bar code, so it should be something that they can email or text, right?
05-13-2018 09:01 PM