This is a sponsored post on behalf of StubHub.
Most music fans will be able to recall with clenched teeth the frustration of frantically trying to buy tickets for a performance by their favourite artist, only to repeatedly receive an engaged dial tone or Server Unavailable web page in response to their efforts. But now you can stop banging your head against the computer screen because StubHub, the world’s largest ticket marketplace, may be able to help you source that Golden Ticket.
StubHub, an eBay company, is a ticket re-sale website that caters for sellers and buyers of ticketed events around the world in a protected and convenient manner. For sellers, it means you can price and sell on your unwanted tickets, whilst for buyers it means that you do not have to miss out on being a part of any of the incredible live events that take place in London throughout the year.
Take this for example: earlier this year, Rolling Stones announced they were going to play a one-off Hyde Park gig on 6 July as part of the British Summer Time Festival. Hot-fingered fans meant that tickets sold out within minutes and when a second date was announced on 13 July, guess what? Those sold out in minutes too. Yet hope need not be lost, as StubHub still has hundreds of tickets available.
If music isn’t your bag, then the marketplace also offers tickets for sporting, theatre, musical and other live events in London. So whether you fancy Beyoncé at the O2 Arena, Othello at the Olivier Theatre, Jack Dee at Hammersmith Apollo or Rugby Final tickets at Twickenham, StubHub could provide those much desired, elusive tickets.
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