ANAHEIM, Calif. and SAN FRANCISCO, March 21, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- The Los Angeles Angels today announced a multi-year agreement with StubHub, designating the company as the official ticket resale marketplace of the Los Angeles Angels. The agreement enables StubHub to offer Angels fans a fully integrated ticketing solution and provide a seamless user experience.
"Our commitment to our fans is providing them with the best option to purchase verified secondary market tickets to Angels games," said John Carpino, Angels Baseball President. "StubHub provides our fans a best-in-class experience."
With Angels tickets fully integrated with the StubHub platform, all Angels season seat holders and single-game ticket buyers can resell and purchase tickets with confidence and ease with the Angels' safest and most secure way to transmit tickets. In addition to the ticketing integration, StubHub's industry-leading technology also provides tools for customers, including pricing guidance for sellers and panoramic 360-degree virtual view-from-seats for buyers.
"We are thrilled to officially reunite with the Angels and its fans and expand our MLB club partnerships under our agreement with MLBAM," said StubHub General Manager, North America, Perkins Miller. "With this partnership and integration, Angels fans will not only enjoy the most trusted fan protection in the industry, but also a ticketing experience rooted in ease and innovation that offers a superior mobile ticketing platform."
All Angels tickets will be delivered as mobile tickets, available on both iOS and Android devices. Customers can post hard stock tickets for sale; upon being sold, those tickets will be converted to mobile format, and fans will use their smartphones for entry into the stadium.
Through its partnership with the Los Angeles Angels, StubHub will receive full marketing and sponsorship benefits, including in-stadium signage, marketing assets and integration with Angels season seat holder accounts on angels.com, allowing season seat holders to post their Angels tickets for sale on StubHub with ease.
About the Angels
The Los Angeles Angels joined Major League Baseball as an expansion team in 1961 and have since gone on to win 10 American League Western Division Championships, host three All-Star games and capture the 2002 World Series Championship. Over its 56-year history, the franchise also boasts four MVP's, two Cy Young winners, two Rookie of the Year winners, 35 Rawlings Gold Glove winners and 153 All-Stars. Visit the Angels online at www.Angels.com, follow on Twitter @Angels and like on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Angels. For media information, visit www.angelspressbox.com.
At StubHub, our mission is simple: help fans find fun. We connect fans with their favorite teams, shows and artists and introduce them to the ones they'll love next. As the largest ticket marketplace in the world, we enable fans to buy and sell tickets to tens of thousands of events, whenever they want, through our desktop and mobile experiences, including our StubHub app for iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch and Android. Offering a superior fan experience at its core, StubHub reinvented the ticket resale market in 2000 and continues to lead it through innovation. Our industry firsts include the introduction of the first ticketing application, the first interactive seat mapping tool and the first live entertainment rewards program, Fan Rewards™. Our business partners include more than 130 properties and teams in MLB, NBA, NHL, MLS and NCAA, plus AEG, AXS and Spectra Ticketing & Fan Engagement. With the acquisition of Ticketbis in August 2016, throughout the world, StubHub provides the total end-to-end event going experience. StubHub is an eBay company (NASDAQ: EBAY). For more information on StubHub, visit StubHub.com or follow @StubHub on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram or YouTube.com/StubHub.
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