StubHub / viagogo Merger
Modified on: Fri, Jun 3, 2022 at 10:48 AM
On Monday, June 6th 2022 StubHub and viagogo will be completing their merge into a single platform.
On Friday, June 3rd StubHub will begin turning off integrated events that occur on June 6th through June 9th. This means that any events that occur between the 6th and the 9th AND must be filled with barcodes will not be for sale on StubHub.com.
Here are some key points you should be aware of on the StubHub side:
The StubHub and viagogo platforms will be combined into a single platform on June 6th.
All inventory you are currently listing to StubHub will be mirrored to viagogo.com
Your listings will be available on both StubHub.com and viagogo.com.
Your sell fees and payment terms on StubHub and viagogo will be exactly the same as what you see on StubHub currently.
All StubHub and viagogo sales will be supported by StubHub’s Customer Service team (this includes sales received for either platform prior to June 6th).
1Ticket has worked closely with StubHub on this - you shouldn't need to do anything.
Here are some key points you should be aware of on the 1Ticket side:
Everything you are currently broadcasting to StubHub will be automatically mirrored to viagogo.com.
Your pre-merger viagogo sales will appear in 1Ticket "viagogo"
Your post-merger StubHub and viagogo sales will appear in 1Ticket as "StubHub"
All post-merger StubHub and viagogo sales will be invoiced in your POS under the customer/vendor currently being used for your StubHub sales.
There will be no way to send listings to StubHub.com and not viagogo.com (or vice-versa).
There will be no way to distinguish between StubHub and viagogo sales received post-merger.
Your current ignore code for StubHub will remain the same. This code will block your inventory from both StubHub.com and viagogo.com.
Did you find it helpful?
Sorry we couldn't be helpful. Help us improve this article with your feedback.