i could provide additional information concerning my tickets
add comment "aisle, within section, closest to home plate" or 50 yard line as appropriate.
I have seats on the aisle a few rows behind the baseline in Staples Center.
On my end of the row, we are closer to the corner of the court and have great sightlines, but on the other end of the row, the sightlines are partially blocked by the basket support.
So there is a huge difference in value between the seats on the aisle on my end of the row vs the seats on aisle on the other end of the row.
Putting in seat numbers for the seats on the end of each row would be a huge help for both buyers and sellers.
People would know exactly what they were getting and seats could be priced accordingly.
As it stands now, the seat maps that are available online for Staples Center don't have the seat numbers on them, so unless the buyer is very, very familiar with the seat numbers in a particular section, they have no way of knowing which aisle their seats will be on, and in the case of the four sections located behind the basket, there is a world of difference between seats on one end of the aisle vs the other.
last year you could add comments like..exclusive access to spirit rooms ,etc. also my seats are on the aisle but i could not select aisle which i presume is because typically seat 5 or 6 is not an aisle seat. you should not decide what seats are aisle or not. you should let the seller be able to determine.
I would like to be able to post a description of these tickets, for example what the face value of the tickets are so people realize that I am selling them cheaper than they can buy them for face value.
In Texas the shady areas are much cooler than sitting in the sun for a portion of the game. This would allow fans that are not familiar with the stadium a chance to select tickets with additional informaiton.
Add a check box for seats that are in the shade all game and those in partial shade.
Since some events don't allow parking passes to be included make it a comment for sellers to include that information
What if aisle seats aren't obvious by seat number?
I have Meet and Greet tixs for Joe Bonomassa in NYC. They are front row
My seats are in the View Level 323, (accessible) Row D which is the OPTIONAL handicapped seating. This SINGULAR row goes intermittently around the view level and has so many benefits and selling points that are ONLY applicable to this special row. Because the seats can be removed to accomodate a wheelchair, the armrests are not connected so it's easy to get in and out of your seat without going down the whole row ('scuse me, pardon me...). There is NOBODY in front of you or behind you and those are only a FEW of the advantages that we are UNABLE to capitalize on when trying to get the fairest prices for our seats. As a result, the buyers are unaware and our seats end up sellimg at the far low end of the price scale. The 'selling comments section' is chock full of amenities and perks (i.e. selling points) for the Field Box and Club Level seats and just like them, we also NEED to be able to get a fair market value for our 'product'. A solution is VERY needed and MUCH appreciated.
Scott D commented
Comments are definitely needed beyond the list provided. My tickets include a VIP package, pre-show party, open bar, food, autographed poster... that's a lot of value not listed in the listing.
Knuckles McGee commented
This is why Stubhub took this feature away in the first place LK: people saying stuff like, "you can get autographs!" or "catch a foul ball." It clearly stated you should only state facts. No one is guaranteed an autograph or a foul ball, so you weren't allowed to say it, but people said it anyway. So they took it away from us. Now you are telling them that if they give this back to us, this is what you will say. I suggest that you please delete this idea or they will never give it back to us.
This would help in selling my seats when similarly priced seats are out there. And you can get autographs!