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Ticket Liquidator is a ticket resale marketplace with access to 100,000+ events, mostly in the US. They offer concert, theater, and sporting event tickets. Customers can both buy and re-sell tickets through the platform.
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One feature that stands out with Ticket Liquidator is the opportunity to use a financing option rather than immediately paying for your tickets. Blispay is offering 6 months 0% interest on purchases over $199. Information is available at checkout if you purchase is eligible.
Even though, like most companies, all ticket sales are final, they offer a program called Safety Net that, under qualifying circumstances, allows customers to return unwanted tickets and for a discount on a future purchase through Ticket Liquidator. This option gives you a bit of wiggle room, but is subject to qualifications.
We also like that they offer ticket insurance, though the cost varies from ticket to ticket. The insurance is offered through a third-party insurance companies, and has to be a qualifying emergency. Emergencies might consist of a car breaking down, a death in the family, or medical emergency.
As with other similar reselling services, posting your tickets for sale is free, but a 10% commission is deducted when they are sold.
Ticket Liquidator’s mobile apps have been around since January 2017, but they have yet to make a big impact. As of late, both the iOS and Android versions have very few reviews, most of which are negative, and haven’t had many downloads. When compared to other services like Vivid Seats or StubHub, this is a detractor.
All sales are final. Returns or exchanges are not available. There is no cooling-off period. Despite this, you still have the options to purchase ticket insurance or look into the Safety Net program, as outlined above.
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