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josestude
New User

Sold Tab Inquiries

I have been buying and selling tickets on Stubhub for years.  I am a season ticket holder for two major sports at a major big ten university.  I was selling one of my basketball games recently and notcied that I could not longer see the Sold tab, which allowed me to see what tickets are actually selling for - and how long it has been since someone has bought tickets in my particular section.  Information I had found very useful in selling my tickets.  Anyone know if Stubhub changed their site or something?

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Re: Sold tab Removed

@Javesvearies see below;

 

Hey @Javesvearies, please see below for the information you are looking for, also I attached a link for you.

 

As a seller, you'll see the Sold tab under "Get More Pricing Info" if you meet 3 requirements:
 

The account is older than 30 days 
You have 7 or more sales in the last 365 days 
You have an active credit card on your StubHub account


If only some of these requirements are met, you won't see the Sold tab.

 

http://stubhub.custhelp.com/app/answers/answer_view/a_id/713/categoryRecordID/RN_CATEGORY_432/catego...

 

If this is a solution to your question please mark it as accepted, thanks!

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Moderator

Re: Sold tab Removed

Hey @josestude! In order to have this feature, you must have a minimum of 7 sales. If you meet these requirements, then you should have access to the sold tab. I will reach out to you via private message momentarily to get some more information on this.

Javesvearies
Team Mascot

Re: Sold tab Removed

Is this still accurate or has the requirements changed ?

Re: Sold tab Removed

@Javesvearies see below;

 

Hey @Javesvearies, please see below for the information you are looking for, also I attached a link for you.

 

As a seller, you'll see the Sold tab under "Get More Pricing Info" if you meet 3 requirements:
 

The account is older than 30 days 
You have 7 or more sales in the last 365 days 
You have an active credit card on your StubHub account


If only some of these requirements are met, you won't see the Sold tab.

 

http://stubhub.custhelp.com/app/answers/answer_view/a_id/713/categoryRecordID/RN_CATEGORY_432/catego...

 

If this is a solution to your question please mark it as accepted, thanks!

MWW
Zamboni Driver

Sold Tab

The Sold Tab appears to be missing for events.  It was working earlier.  Any insight on this?  

 

 

Thanks!

gurubroker
Stagehand

Re: Sold Tab

We need this,,,dear god bring it back

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Re: Sold Tab

@gurubroker@MWWhey guys, something major happened before, all of my listings we're gone and now all sold are off, something happened and I'm not totally sure what's going on

 

Any insight from the Admins here?

mija17
Waterboy

Re: Sold tab Removed

These requirements are rediculous!

I've been selling tickets on here for over 10 years and don't want to be a professional seller, but you are making it a requirement to resell tickets in order to use features! People hate this because of the higher prices.

I have season tickets and only want to sell a few i don't use, not be a profesional scalper.

 

You should have consideration or grand-father for those who have sold on your site for the last 10 years.

 

Please give my feedback to the people who make these dumb decisions.

BoneDoc10
New User

Re: Sold tab Removed

I agree!!!  Worse, I meet all the requirements listed and it's gone from my listings.  Sure would be nice if there was the ability to contact SubHub to complain about it but that is apparently impossible as there is no contact info on the website!

 

It's clear that StubHub has decided they are a site for professional sellers not for season ticket holders who actually want to attend some games.  Hopefully the teams who promote StubHub as their re-seller will reconsider their alliance.

BrooklynDan
New User

I can't see the 'Sold' tickets tab when pricing tickets?

I'm trying to price my tickets appropriately. I'm not a regular seller on StubHub. I used to be able to see sold listings to help me determine what price to list for.
Is it true that only high-volume sellers can use this tool? Why should some sellers have advantages over others?