For those of you that got tickets to Hamilton in New York and want to resell on Stubhub, you MUST request access to sell first. Here is the popup you’ll see when you try to sell:
My email to Stubhub
I emailed Stubhub and told them a) I had bought the tickets from Ticketmaster myself and b) the 2 dates I wanted to sell the tickets for. In under 24 hours, they responded back with this:
Dear StubHub Seller,
Your StubHub account has been approved to list tickets for Hamilton.
Important notes about selling for this event:
– You may continue to still see a pop-up message indicating approval is required. Once you continue past the message, you will be able to select all available delivery methods now that your account has been approved.
– Please be mindful of purchase limits set by the primary ticketing source for this event. If you purchased over the limit, your tickets may be revoked. If you have any concerns about the validity of your tickets, please remove your unsold listings or contact us immediately about your sales.
– Please be aware of the ship date that will be provided if your tickets sell. You must deliver your tickets no later than that date or your order may be canceled and you will be charged for all costs, including but not limited to the cost of replacement tickets, related to fixing the order for the buyer.
We appreciate you choosing StubHub as the marketplace to list your Hamilton tickets.
StubHub Trust & Safety
I’m not sure what would happen if I try to sell different dates, and I’m not sure if you have to do this for the Chicago tickets. Either way, now you know the process. Better you apply sooner rather than later. For the record, I have not listed any of my tickets on Stubhub. I’m just telling you what you need to do. Thanks to a reader who let me know this.