Eventbrite is the largest ticketing platform in the world, ticketing events of all shapes and sizes. And if you’ve recently purchased a ticket to an event that you can no longer attend, Eventbrite makes it super easy to resell that ticket to someone who can enjoy it.
This Eventbrite resale guide will step you through everything you need to know. By using Tixel to resell your tickets from Eventbrite, we’ll get that cash back in your pocket in three simple steps.
To resell a ticket purchased on Eventbrite, simply:
- Find your ticket within your account, PDF, or email from Eventbrite
- Upload your ticket to Tixel
- Go on sale
Selling a Eventbrite Ticket through your account
Tixel integrates directly with Eventbrite, which makes it incredibly easy to locate and resell your event tickets. To get started, visit our sellers page and select Log in with Eventbrite to enter your sign-in credentials.
Once you have granted us access to your Eventbrite account, we can fetch your event tickets automatically. Don’t worry if you have multiple tickets within the same account, we display the details of every ticket associated with your account to let you choose exactly what you want to sell before we proceed.
What if I can’t login to my Eventbrite account?
If you can’t get into your Eventbrite account or they were purchased by someone else (but you have your original ticket on hand) you can still list it on Tixel via email or PDF.
Uploading Eventbrite tickets via email
Within a minute or two, you will receive an email from Tixel with a unique link to complete your listing. If it hasn’t shown up, don’t forget to check your spam folder.
Uploading Eventbrite tickets via PDF
If your tickets are in a PDF, you can upload the Eventbrite PDF ticket file here. It’s important that this file is not edited or modified in any way, so it doesn’t look sus to our anti-fraud tech.
Please do not delete pages even if there are multiple tickets on your file. It’s ok, we won’t sell your mate’s ticket if you only want to sell one from a group purchase. Once you’ve uploaded the tickets, you will have the option to select which one/s you want to sell.
Setting a price for your resale ticket
Once you’ve uploaded and selected the tickets to sell, it’s time to set your price. Use the slider to adjust the price until you’re happy. You can go on sale at whatever price you like, but to keep things fair for all fans, we cap prices at 10% above face value.
This means if you bought a ticket for $70, the max price you can set for your resale ticket is $77. Why? Because it guarantees that we can continue to run Tixel as a fair platform for legitimate fan-to-fan ticket sales.
Getting money for your spare event ticket
Once you’ve selected a price and confirmed your resale, your ticket listing will go live. You will also receive a unique link to share on social media to help get the word out about your spare tickets quickly.
Unlike auction sites and listings that sell anything from fridges to collectibles, we only deal with event tickets and we do it safely — with protection for both buyers and sellers. No haggling, no ghosting, no dodgy operators.
Tixel manages the entire transaction so that everyone gets what they need. Eventbrite reissues a unique ticket to the buyer once we have received the payment. You get your money in a nominated account and the buyer gets a secure ticket. Yep, it’s really that simple.
Get started with Tixel
Got a spare ticket you need to sell? Get started by listing your Eventbrite ticket here.