There should be an option to re-print tickets for free. You just say they were damaged and then the next screen downloads them for you in .pdf form. They will come as one file so you just upload that to stubhub and the pages will equal number of tickets. You can split them if you say have 4 and need to just sell 2. If that's the case and you can't figue out drop me a line. Also, you have to download the parking pass seperately if you want to add that. Keep in downloading them once will make your real tickets invalid. Honestly I'd probably do that every time so you could keep your real tickets in mint condition.
Sorry for stupid question, I have never done it before. I sold my pre-season jets/giants game via stubhub and did it with electronic options choice. Now how do I do it.
Do I just go to Jets account manager, forward tickets to myself and save it as PDF and upload, I have to pay a fee that way. I dont have the hardcopy tickets so I dont have a barcode.
Any better way to do it, or tricks I should know?
The Jets site charges you a fee to forward tix? If so, that is BS...
I have Knicks tix and all I do is exactly what you said: Forward the tix to my email, save them, and upload to stubhub. I have been doing it a couple of yrs now and the only fee, from Stubhub, between electronic vs. physical tix is for the buyer not the seller. I find that the electronic ones sell quicker bc they are cheaper and more convenient.
Stubhub does take 15% of what you get though, but it is the most popular ticket site for the secondary market.