StubHub launches in Germany

Coral Williamson

Secondary ticketing platform StubHub has launched in Germany.

The expansion follows the eBay-owned company's launch in the UK in 2012. In the US, the company claims to now sell a ticket every second. 

German buyers will be charged a service fee of €5 per transaction, which includes shipping charges. StubHub will provide a distribution channel for event organisers to list primary tickets at face value (plus fees), as well as acting as a resale platform. The company's first partnership in Germany is ...

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