quick question mark...
I've read most of the 1st page of this thread, and I'm pretty sure I get it, but, sec. 228 row 6 - these aren't any sort of obstructed view/pillars in the way or anything like that right?
My friend ordered a couple tickets from stubhub for the Giants game in December, will they ship them now or closer to the date?
Anyone know id stubhub can ask the seller to up the date.
Dang Mark, thats why you are the ES MVP! good job man, thanks for the info.
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When tickets are purchased, the seller is emailed by stubhub and asked to confirm the sale. The seller must choose one of three options.
1) Do you have the tickets right now?
If the answer is yes, the sale is confirmed and the seller must send the tickets immediately.
2) Will you have the tickets at some point in the future?
If the answer is yes, the seller must choose a date. The seller can choose up to a few days before the game, which sucks for the buyer, because if the buyer needs them earlier, he has no recourse, except to beg. The sale is confirmed. Buyer is told he will have the tickets shipped at a later date.
3) Do you no longer have the tickets? If the answer is yes, then the sale is not confirmed, and stubhub will try to fill the order with other tickets which they claim are equal or better. They have 48 hours from the purchase date and time to do this. Buyer has the right to refuse these other tickets and get his money back.
Once the sale is confirmed, the seller is obligated to send the tickets. He cannot back out. If he does, his credit card will be charged the ticket amount.
There are a number of brokers who stock Redskins tickets. Stubhub is not one of these. Stubhub is a middle man site, and most of the tickets you see on stubhub are relayed onto stubhub from other broker sites with a stubhub mark up. Point is, it is almost always cheaper to bypass the middleman and buy your tickets from the broker who actually stocks them.
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thanks for the info Mark
Thanks for the help MTH.
Can I ask a question about Saturday's game? I bought 5 tickets through Stub Hub, and they don't look like any other tickets I've seen. They don't have a picture of a player or anything. Can anyone reassure me they are genuine? I'm not at home, but I do know they are smaller with no picture. I was okay with them, but my friend who is coming with me is all worried! Thanks!!
Tickets for accounts which have been recently issued are printed at the ticket office and don't look anything like the tickets printed at the commercial printer. In the past, the TO tickets have been cream colored, with a ghost-like image on the front, and very faint almost invisible markings on the back.
If you have any doubts, bring your stubhub receipt with you. If you have fake tickets and you can't get in the gate, you can go to the stubhub window near Gate D and they will try to solve your problem.
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