If you don't have a White Sox account, you can still list your tickets for sale on StubHub.
It's up to you to decide on a sale price. When you list your tickets, you'll see a map of the stadium with comparisons of current and recently sold sale prices for other tickets similar to yours for that event. You can play with the map to see how tickets are selling in other sections as well. That will give you an idea of what buyers are willing to pay and help you avoid over-pricing your tickets.
Keep in mind, a 15% commission and a $1.50 MLB transfer fee will be deducted from the total amount of your sale. And it's your responsibility to understand and comply with all state and local laws.
If you listed your tickets from your White Sox account - or if you listed tickets directly from StubHub and selected to deliver them by Instant Download - StubHub takes care of delivery for you. You don't need to ship or upload anything. The barcodes on the tickets you currently have will be invalidated and tickets with a new bar code will be issued to the buyer. When your tickets sell, you'll get an email from StubHub telling you when to expect your payment.
We strongly suggest that you hold onto your original tickets you sold until the game has been played.
If you listed your tickets from the StubHub website and did not select to deliver them by Instant Download, you'll get an email when your tickets sell instructing you to return to StubHub and enter the barcodes printed on the tickets you sold. When you're finished, the barcodes on the tickets you're holding will be invalid and tickets with new barcodes will be issued to the buyer.
Again, we strongly suggest that you hold onto your original ticket you sold until the game has been played.
You can also choose to credit your payment to your MLB team account or donate it to charity.
Phone: 1.866.STUBHUB (1.866.788.2482)