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    Ok usually it shows up instantly. Give it a few minutes and I'll keep checking myself

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    Under status and actions it used you say your tickets arent mapped map it and it was clickable.

    Now it just says Electronic Barcode.

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    Quote Originally Posted by poodski View Post
    Under status and actions it used you say your tickets arent mapped map it and it was clickable.

    Now it just says Electronic Barcode.
    When you typed in your section, did a little menu pop up saying budweiser bleachers?

    Look at these 2 screen shots. Did you do this?
    http://i48.tinypic.com/244qpsx.png

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    Yes I got both of those.

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    Everything should be fine then.
    Are you sure it's for April 8th?

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    Yes!

    I don't see any of my tickets. Like on 4/10 listed em for 23.99, don't see those either.

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    It's probably a stubhub issue.

    I'll list a pair of bleachers as a joke for 10,000.

    See if it appears opening day...give me a minute.

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    Yup it's a stubhub issue. My $10,000 bleachers show up in my account listings, but doesn't show up on the site.

    Check again later tonight....as i will too. Should be there sometime soon.

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    Alright sweet. Thats reassuring.

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    I just realized something. Stubhub is making the format slightly different to buyers.
    They have the buyer fee already attached to the price.

    The buyer fee is 10% plus delivery fee is $2 per ticket.

    So if you have your tickets priced at $99.99, the price it will appear on stubhub will be $111.99.
    And they are on there


    My $10,000 bleachers are on there too, but they are showing up to the buyer as $11,002

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    Ohhhh well **** I gotta lower the price quite a bit then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by poodski View Post
    Ohhhh well **** I gotta lower the price quite a bit then.
    Depends. When I make my listings, I try to be around the 3rd or 4th cheapest one.

    I'll check periodically and if i see the price is dropping every day, then I'll drop my price to be the cheapest one (compared to seats similar to mine).

    For comparison sake, I sold my opening day bleachers for $95 each last year (not counting the fees)

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    Nvm
    Last edited by poodski; 01-29-2013 at 08:45 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by poodski View Post
    What are the fees? I can't quite figure it out in order to create a formula on my spreadsheet.
    When you sell your tickets, it will show you what you are getting charged. Stubhub raised the prices this year.
    It's $1.50 per ticket and 15% of the remaining price.

    example:

    You sell 2 tickets at $50 each.
    $50 x 2 = $100 in sales.
    $100 - $3 = $97

    $97 x 15% = $14.55 (fee)

    So your sale was $100, but you have $17.55 in fees.

    Chances are, you're always going to sell both of your tickets together. So thats $3 right there. Then 15% of the remaining amount will be stubhub's commission.

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    Here is an example of what my spreadsheet looks like:
    http://i46.tinypic.com/2cdeseu.png

    Pretty easy to maintain. Whenever I sell on eBay, I'll have a PayPal fee and shipping fee. Whenever I sell on Stubhub, I won't have a paypal fee. And when I meet the person face-to-face, I won't have any fees.

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