Pink. Listed as #10 on VH1’s 100 Greatest Women in Music will be on tour in Europe this season. The multi-awarded musician will tour around Manchester, Paris, London, Dublin, Zurich, Amsterdam and some cities more in a span of two months. And if you’re a fan this is your chance to see Pink upclose. Booking tickets for concerts are easier nowadays but they get sold out easily too so better grab yours before that happens.

Now, imagine this scenario. You’ve been waiting for it all these months, booked your front row seat and even bought a camera just to see Pink perform. You’ve arranged vacation off work and hired someone to take care of your kids for the night…then, a week before the concert your boss tells you that you have to fly to your company’s newly opened branch in a far away city and you have to fly the morning when the concert would be held. Schade. That just didn’t happen, you say. You wouldn’t want to miss Pink’s concert but you can’t say no to the boss as it is a must! So what happens to the ticket you bought? Throw it away? Nope. Resell them. You can visit StubHub for Pink tickets.

Yes, you read it right. EBay’s “daughter” company, Stubhub, will make you sell your ticket at even less than a week. Fans who weren’t able to get a ticket before they were sold out would definitely be willing to buy those tickets that would be unused by you – the busy person who has to forego his chance.

On the contrary, if you are that someone who wasn’t able to book early enough, you can still find on sale tickets which are for the scheduled concerts throughout the coming months. There’d be some more being sold by fans who because of unknown circumstances won’t be able to use their pre-bought tickets.

Stubhub is an online portal for buying and reselling tickets which one would be reminded of eBay. When your ticket gets sold, you get a confirmation email and details on how to send tickets to the buyer. Like eBay, you can opt to send it via a trusted courier or meet up…but if it’s online then transfer would be much easier. Being under eBay, transactions are definitely legit and tickets are assured of originality.