I have two tickets to the Leon Bridges concert in Philadelphia for 8/13. They are mobile only tickets and they are not allowed for resale through Ticketmaster (the only platform I know of that this venue uses for ticket sales) and they cannot be transferred. I want to sell my tickets, but today I learned I am not able to sell them. Because of their dynamic barcodes for tickets, you can't take a screenshot of tickets--they won't work at the event entrance. So how are so many people selling tickets to this concert on StubHub? Are they all selling tickets illegally? Are they selling screenshots of QR codes that won't work at the door? Would Ticketmaster randomly allow some patrons to transfer/resell their tickets? Maybe there was some sort of purchase protection you could buy they they got?
Just wondering if there are a bunch of bogus sales or if it is possible to resell these tickets legally somehow.
Ticketmaster may not allow for resales on their site. If you are able to transfer the tickets from your ticketmaster account you should be able to sell them on Stubhub
Like @Bigbadtom said, Ticketmaster is probably not allowing transfers until the last minute. Of course, there is always a slight chance that the transfers are never allowed. If that happens, StubHub would have to cancel all the previous sales as no seller could complete the sale.