What is TicketExchange and how does it work?
TicketExchange is Ticketmaster's online service that enables safe and secure fan-to-fan transactions. Buyers simply select the ticket(s) they want based on price and seat location, without having to bid against other buyers, without having to coordinate delivery from anonymous sellers, and without the gamble that the tickets are legitimate. Sellers are guaranteed payment for tickets sold, without having to collect payment or deliver the tickets to the buyer.
Why should I use TicketExchange?
Only Ticketmaster can guarantee 100% legitimate tickets, because the tickets sold through TicketExchange were first sold using Ticketmaster's ticketing systems If you buy such a ticket that is resold through a source other than Ticketmaster, you have no way of knowing whether the ticket you purchased is counterfeit or has been invalidated. However with Ticketmaster, once you buy a ticket, we cancel the original barcode and assign you a new one, so you have the security of knowing for certain the ticket being delivered to you is valid. Don't be fooled by other website guarantees: there is a lot of fine print and exceptions in those guarantees.
Why can't I sell or buy tickets for certain events?
Currently, not all event tickets are able to be bought or sold via TicketExchange. Be sure to check back often as new events are continually being added.
How does the seller get paid?
Consumers who sell their tickets via TicketExchange receive payment from Ticketmaster. Since Ticketmaster facilitates the transaction, we collect payment from the buyer and remit payment to the seller, ensuring a hassle-free seller experience. It's that easy.
How are my tickets delivered?
What fees are associated with selling tickets?
If your ticket(s) sell, you will receive as your proceeds an amount that equals the posting price you designate minus a seller fee which we will deduct. That seller fee will be displayed to you during the ticket posting process.
What fees are associated with buying tickets?
The buyer will pay fees that may be reflected during the purchase process or that may be included and deducted from the amount you see displayed as the resale price of the ticket.
What is the Current Price per ticket?
The "Current Price" includes the Original Price plus any amounts that have been added by the Seller or any Sellers who may have held the ticket before him/her.
Other amounts or fees may also be included in the Current Price, or may be added on top of the Current Price. If additional amounts are added on top of the Current Price, they will be displayed on the web site before you complete your purchase.