StubHub can pay you through PayPal, credit your payment to your MLB team account, or send you a check by U.S. Mail. It's your choice!
If you want to be paid through PayPal, you have to use the same email address for both your PayPal and StubHub accounts.
Yes - StubHub will automatically set up your account the first time you list tickets for sale. All you need to do is enter an email address and create a password.
Want to receive your StubHub payments through PayPal? Just make sure you use the same email address for both your PayPal and StubHub accounts.
To start selling your tickets:
You'll be taken to StubHub to set your price and choose how you want to be paid. You'll be able to review everything before you list your tickets for sale.
If you don't have a White Sox account, you can still list your tickets for sale at StubHub. Just click the 'Sell' link at the top of the StubHub home page to get started.
It is free to list tickets for sale at StubHub. When your tickets sell, StubHub may collect a fee on the ticket sale.
For MLB teams, there's a $1.50 per ticket delivery fee. The minimum list price for all MLB tickets is $6 per ticket. MLB fees are subtracted from the total cost of the ticket before StubHub fees are calculated.
It's up to you to decide on a sale price. When you list your tickets, you'll see a map of the stadium with comparisons of current and recently sold sale prices for other tickets similar to yours for that event. You can also browse the map to see how tickets are selling in other sections.
To give you the best chance of selling your tickets, StubHub recommends pricing your tickets competitively from your initial listing and frequently checking to compare your ticket price to recently sold listings and active listings similar to yours.
Just remember that when your tickets sell, StubHub may collect a fee on the ticket sale. Also, it's your responsibility to understand and comply with all state and local laws regarding ticket resale.
As soon as your tickets sell, StubHub will send you an email with information on how to enter your ticket barcodes if you haven't already. If you have already entered your barcodes the StubHub email will let you know when to expect your payment.
When your tickets sell, the barcodes on your tickets will be invalidated and tickets with new barcodes will be issued to the buyer. StubHub strongly suggests that you hold onto your original tickets until the game has been played.
If you listed your tickets from your White Sox account, StubHub will take care of delivery for you at no charge. You don't need to ship or upload anything.
If you listed your tickets on the StubHub website and did not enter your ticket barcodes when you listed them, you will receive an email when your tickets sell prompting you to go to StubHub to enter the sold ticket barcodes.
For sellers, your sell fee pays for the following StubHub guarantees:
Chat: You can chat with StubHub anytime - 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Phone: Or you can call StubHub 1.866.STUBHUB (1.866.788.2482) for the same great service.
You can also visit StubHub help topics to search for answers to your questions or browse popular topics.