Selling tickets with Stub Hub is almost as easy as buying them.
You can use the computer application or mobile app to sell your tickets, and Stub Hub collects 10 percent of the sale price.
We think Stub Hub is the best service overall because tickets cost less there than on most sites we reviewed, and its site is reputable and secure.
Stub Hub’s fees are higher than most, but that is because the shipping cost is bundled with the service fee.
One of Ticketmaster’s unique and refreshing features is its three-day return policy.
There are restrictions, but in most cases, you can receive a full refund for tickets within three days of purchase, as long as the concert is more than a week away.
Some of the services we reviewed listed as many as four separate fees when we tried to purchase concert tickets.
The search engine on Stub Hub’s homepage is intuitive and does a good job of suggesting concerts and events near your hometown.
The Ticketmaster mobile app allows you to transfer tickets to your friends so you don’t have to wait at the gate for someone running late.
Some of the tickets you purchase through Ticketmaster’s website can be resold using the service, but the options are limited compared to other sites we reviewed, some of which allow you to sell tickets.