Discussion in 'Winnipeg Jets' started by YWGinYYZ, Aug 3, 2018.
Listed a pair of tickets to Vancouver tomorrow on Fans First. 109 Row 12. $140/each
Sat in the lodge seats for the first time last night at Fleetwood Mac , those seats are fantastic . Great view , we were close to the stage and those seats are comfy although i wasn't sitting much , too many songs to dance to .
Fans First is great. I used their site for the first time last week. My tickets sold within a few hours, and I was paid less than 24 hours after I transferred the tickets. Selling fees are less than what Stubhub charges, no need to do meetups like you did when selling through Kijiji, etc. I highly recommend their site.
Selling two tickets $75 each to Jets vs Avalanche Sec 308 Row 3. No fees.
Just sold a pair through there tonight. Pretty painless process (as long as they pay me)
Also had a good experience with Fans First... this seems like the thing seatexchange should be.
Will use them again as the #1 choice and post the link on here
They sold late Friday and I transferred right away. Had the etransfer on Saturday night. Would highly recommend. Their customer service is very responsive as well.
The thing stopping me from buying on fansfirst is that you can't tell the seat numbers (at least as far as I can tell)
I need the extra shoulder room with aisle seats.
Fans First has been terrific. As a seller, the process to post or edit ticket listings is simple and the fees are reasonable. They have also been very quick to respond to my questions.
My biggest concern is if True North will begin disallowing us to transfer tickets to Fans First, or maybe try to shut them down completely.
I believe the seller transfers the tickets directly to the buyer...
That doesn't confirm that you don't transfer them to FansFirst, it only says that the seller will have access to your email.
I can confirm that I have transferred all 5 games that I've sold on FansFirst to FansFirst, not the buyer.
It's not like StubHub.
Interesting. As a seller were you given the buyer's email address? If so, for what? If not, their FAQ is wrong.
I was not given their email address.
While reading their FAQ, I noticed it seemed like it wasn't professionally edited.
I think they’re sort of adjusting on the fly.
When reading the FAQ I assumed I’d be transferring direct to the buyer; however, I wound up transferring them to FF
I've got some tickets for tonight's game come up last minute, P6s I'll sell them for $100 for the pair. They're up on fan first as well.
I got 2 Manitoba Moose Tickets to this Friday’s game, November 15. The first 3000 fans get Moose ball caps for free. Tickets are in section 107. Tickets are $21 each.
Selling the Columbus Blue Jackets @ Winnipeg Jets game on Saturday, November 23rd at 6PM. I have 2 seats in Section 314 Row 12 (P7) and you get the attack side twice. Since the seats are in Row 12 and on the aisle, you get the last row of the section and also face onto the stairwell, giving you an unblocked view and extra leg space! Also since the seats are on the end of the aisle you get easy access/exit.
Selling below face value for $65 each, $130 for the pair. PM if you're interested!
you can ask FansFirst, ive sold tickets and the buyers asked them what the seats #'s are
Isn't cost for P7 $50 a game or are these P6 seats??
Used fansfirst for the Colorado game - super easy to set up and tickets sold (too cheap, but at least I got something) and great text communication from start to finish. Monies came to me about 22 hours after the sale, just like they said it would. Will use again if I need to dump last minute seats due to emergency.
Oops, should be putting face value, not cost!
Good thing there weren't any Jets fans sitting behind you or you would have been yelled at for blocking their view.
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