Sell on Ticketmaster

Sell Your Tickets in Three Easy Steps

Select Tickets to Sell

If you purchased tickets from Ticketmaster, you can list your tickets from your account.

Set Your Price

You’re in control. Set your price up to 110% of face value and see exactly how much you’ll be paid if your tickets sell.

Get Paid

If your tickets sell, you’ll get paid via your selected method of payment typically within 17 business days, provided all required information including Australian bank account details to Adyen our payment provider.

Please note that the Event Organiser may have disabled resale for your event - in that case you cannot sell your tickets on Ticketmaster. All sales using resale are subject to the Resale Terms and Conditions

Hassle-free Selling With Ticketmaster

We’ll help manage your entire transaction. From getting the tickets to the buyer once they’re sold, to making sure you get paid, we have you covered every step of the way.

Reach More Buyers

Ticketmaster attracts millions of fans looking for tickets everyday, giving you the best support to sell your seats quickly.

No Hidden Fees

We’ll give you a breakdown of exactly how much you’ll recieve if your tickets sell so there are no surprises.

You’re in Control

You can remove your listing at any time before they are sold.

We’ve Got You Covered

If your tickets sell, we’ll handle the heavy lifting - like making sure your tickets are delivered to the buyer, giving you one less thing to worry about.


  1. Sign in to My Account, click My Tickets then select See Details next to your event.
  2. Click the Sell button*.
  3. Select and price the ticket(s) you’d like to sell.
  4. Provide the required information to our payment provider, Adyen, including Australian bank account details.
  5. Review your listing and you’re all set.

*Some events may not allow their tickets to be resold - this decision is made by the Event Organiser.

Not all events or ticket types are approved for resale by the Event Organiser. If resale is not available, you’ll see a message detailing that the Event Organiser has not enabled resale for your event, and therefore selling your tickets on Ticketmaster is not an option. Additionally, fans can only resell Ticketmaster tickets, via Ticketmaster.

If you’re removing a listing using the Ticketmaster app, follow these steps:

  1. Sign in to My Account
  2. Tap My Events
  3. Tap your event to view your tickets
  4. Tap Cancel Listing
  5. Confirm and complete

If you’re removing a listing on, follow these steps:

  1. Sign in to My Account
  2. Select your ticket
  3. Click Cancel Listing
  4. Confirm and complete

To edit a listing you must cancel and re-list via the steps above.

To check on the status of your posted tickets, just sign in to My Account. We will also automatically notify you via email if your tickets are sold. To get paid for the tickets you sell, there are a few important steps you’ll want to follow. Make sure you have provided the following information to Adyen, our payment provider: a.) details of an Australian bank account in your name and b.) information and/or documentation required by Adyen to complete know your customer (“KYC”) checks and verify your account.

After completing these steps, you’ll be paid typically within 17 days.

Creating a listing to sell your tickets is always free. When your tickets are sold, a resale seller fee is collected from the total selling price of your tickets. During the listing process you’ll be able to preview all listing details including the resale seller fee.

You can list your tickets for up to 110% (inclusive of the resale seller fee) of the price you originally paid, excluding fees and delivery. If the price you enter exceeds this amount, you’ll see an alert notifying you to change your price. When listing your tickets, we’ll always tell you the maximum your tickets can be listed for (which allows deduction of our resale seller fee)