I've never bought on stub hub but have sold on it regularly for 2 years due to change of circumstances meaning that, for a while, we can't all go regularly but we don't want to give up the tickets. If we have to sell it's an adult and a youth. For ease of calculation I divide the 19 games into the ST cost's and look to just break even. I ask £45 for both and fall just short after commission paid. Here's what annoys me. I've advertised them and checked the price afterwards and they show at £45. Fine. What I discovered a couple of weeks ago was that the buyer also sees the same price but when he moves to checkout it adds on another £10 or so. I've been selling at £55 and never known it. I Googled stub hub and discovered that it changed to this system 2 years ago after research in the USA showed they sold more this way than by advertising a total up front cost. To me that stinks!
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