Hi all,

Does anyone know whether the club will be continuing their partnership with StubHub this season? It came in handy for 4/5 games when I had to work last season.


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James Ford
1 Posted 15/07/2017 at 22:16:27
I thought it was at least another year, but not so sure having searched the web. Spurs have just essentially amended their Stubhub agreement and now you can only sell face value. Makes sense tbh, I'd be surprised if Everton didn't move to that model.
Laura Round
2 Posted 15/07/2017 at 22:51:04
Dean,

I'm waiting to list some of my stoke tickets so I keep checking on Stubhub.. the other day they had a little test listing. Was for one seat for £1 at Goodison. It said 'test, do not buy'. I'm hopefully this means they'll continue as we are a few hours away we can't always make it.

I also read a Fans Forum was trying to get a cap on what they can be sold for. Will be interesting to see especially as demand for spares will be huge. Tickets are unlikely to reach general sale I think.

Laura Round
3 Posted 16/07/2017 at 11:47:11
I emailed Stubhub and they confirmed Everton tickets will be listed soon as per previous seasons. Same process.
Dean Tierney
4 Posted 16/07/2017 at 12:12:26
Perfect - thanks Laura.
Alan Rodgers
7 Posted 17/07/2017 at 20:26:16
I got the same response from StubHub but the Stoke tickets aren't up yet.
Laura Round
8 Posted 18/07/2017 at 09:38:42
Just seen Everton have put the "By and sell through StubHub" symbol next to the sold-out Stoke game... StubHub said games will be listed soon, in line with season tickets arriving, I think.
Don Harris
9 Posted 18/07/2017 at 13:37:21
Thanks for info.

I am after an Over-65 ticket v Stoke if an unwanted one is miraculously available.

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