StubHub Offers Up To $100 Off Concert Tickets ‘Spend and Save’ Promo StubHub Offers Up To $100 Off Concert Tickets ‘Spend and Save’ Promo
Concert junkies can save money this weekend through StubHub’s special summer promotional deal which offers customers up to $100 off their purchase on the... StubHub Offers Up To $100 Off Concert Tickets ‘Spend and Save’ Promo

Concert junkies can save money this weekend through StubHub’s special summer promotional deal which offers customers up to $100 off their purchase on the secondary ticketing site.

The “Spend and Save” promotion will allow customers to receive $25 off of a purchase of $250, $75 off of a purchase of $500, and $100 off of a purchase of $750. In order to resume these deals, concertgoers just need to use the promo code “SUMMER19” at checkout on StubHub.com. The offer is available to residents in U.S. and Canada and will run from today through June 9 at 11:59 p.m. and excludes gift cards and MLB tickets.

Some noteworthy tours that are currently up-for-grabs this summer include Billie Eilish’s When We All Fall Asleep Tour in support of her debut studio record, Incubus’ 20-year anniversary trek commemorating their 2009 album Make Yourself & Beyond, and The Rolling Stones’ upcoming rescheduled dates on their No Filter Tour. Tyler, The Creator and Bon Iver are also hot commodities in the ticketing world, as well as the Games of Thrones Concert Experience.

Festivals are also a hot-seller, as Lollapalooza, CMA Music Festival, iHeartRadio Fest, the new Disrupt Festival, and the 25th anniversary Vans Warped Tour shows are coming up.

Visit StubHub.com/destinations to view more information about the promotion.

 

Olivia Perreault Deputy Editor

Olivia Perreault is the Deputy Editor for TicketNews. She is a graduate of The University of Rhode Island and holds a BA in journalism. As an avid concert junkie, she's been to hundreds of concerts and freelances for multiple online publications, including her music blog, found at OliviaGPerreault.com. Reach Olivia via email at [email protected]

  • joh

    June 10, 2019 #1 Author

    Big deal these scums are charging sellers 15 percent now. Greedy pigs. Hopefully Amazon gets in the secondary market and puts them out of business.

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