Offering sports, concert, theater and exclusive event tickets. [Description from dmoz]
Who hasn't bought pricey tickets to a big game or show -- only to remember a previous engagement? StubHub has a way for you to unload the tickets without standing in the rain, holding a "TICKETS!" sign. The company offers a Web site where season ticket holders and others can buy and sell tickets to concerts, sports events, and theater shows. StubHub's proprietary FanNetwork technology powers its ticket delivery service, which offers a secure, guaranteed site for the transactions, handles shipping and customer service, and offers charity ticket packages for events. In 2007 Internet auctioneer eBay acquired StubHub for about $310 million in cash. [Description from Hoover's]
This site reaches over 1.1 million U.S. monthly people.The typical visitor visits nhl.com, watches Fox Sports Network, and reads the Hackensack Record.
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Audience Also Likes
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