Buy and Sell Your Event Tickets with StubHub for Android

The official StubHub application for Android has just landed in the Market, bringing a host of ticket buying and selling features. With a handset (or tablet), users can search for tickets to sporting events, theater shows, concerts, and more.

Much like the full website experience, users will be able to see where seats are located before buying, track specific sports teams and bands, and track orders. Selling tickets? You’ll be happy to know that you can view, delete, and/or deactivate your listings as well as adjust prices! Hit the StubHub mobile landing page or check out the Android Market. ┬áThe free application works on all devices running 2.1 or higher.


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