The secondary market has been junk so far this year. A transformed MSG doesnt motivate them, a team playing much better than the start of the year doesnt motivate them. But John Tortorella increases ticket demand somehow?
Can anyone explain how StubHub's Last Minute Service (LMS) works and their experience? Thanks.
The main idea is that after the UPS delivery window expires you have to drop off your tickets at the LMS office before they can be activated on the site. You can mail/priority your tickets or hand them off in person. But you first need authorization and have to "Request LMS" and get an answer from them first, then you need to address the envelope in a very specific way according to their instructions. They do not offer LMS for all events.
If you have a listing and request LMS before it expires,, it automatically activates when they confirm your tickets in hand. I can't remember exactly how the listing works if you didn't have a prior listing. I think when you click to "Sell" it knows in the system that LMS has it so you just pick LMS as the delivery method and you're live