About Us

Stub-Stub-Tickets.com acts as an intermediary between buyers and ticket sellers ("TICKET SELLERS") to facilitate the purchase and sale of event tickets, and as such is not directly involved in the actual ticket sale transaction between the buyers and TICKET SELLERS. All sales are final. As tickets sold through SITE are often obtained through the secondary market and prices are determined by the individual TICKET SELLER, the prices for tickets may be above or below face value. The following are the rules("TERMS") that govern use of the Stub-Stub-Tickets.com Web site ("SITE") by the user of the SITE ("USER"). By using or visiting the SITE, USER expressly agrees to be bound by these TERMS and to follow these TERMS and all applicable laws and regulations governing SITE. SITE reserves the right to change these TERMS at any time; new TERMS are effective immediately upon posting on SITE. If USER violates these TERMS Stub-Stub-Tickets.com may terminate USER'S access to SITE, bar USER from future use of SITE, cancel USER'S ticket order, and/or take appropriate legal action against USER.

Video

Sports News
Celtics vow to 'get up off mat, go after it again' The Celtics won't find watching film of Monday's Game 4 loss very therapeutic, as there were head-slapping miscues in the first half and numerous missed chances to pull close in the fourth quarter.
LeBron passes Kareem to set playoff FG record With his sixth field goal Monday night, LeBron James passed Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (2,356) to become the NBA's all-time leader in made postseason field goals.
Ryan Reaves' journey from enforcer to series-clinching hero There was a time when the veteran wondered if the NHL wanted him anymore. After his goal against the Jets, his stick is headed to the Hall of Fame.
D-backs can start worrying about Paul Goldschmidt Goldschmidt is hitting .140 with no home runs at home, and the Diamondbacks' offense isn't good enough to make up for Arizona's lost superstar.
Capitals' Orpik: 'Desperation' drove us to win Fueled by physical play and "desperation," the Capitals kept their playoff hopes alive with a Game 6 win over the Lightning.
Phillies, Braves looking to settle in atop NL East The Phillies got the better of the Braves in Monday's showdown, but these upstarts could be fighting for division supremacy for years to come.
Best stuff from OTAs: No Aaron Donald but Saquon Barkley is making one-handed grabs Rookie camps are in the books. It's time for full teams to take the practice field for OTAs. Here's the best stuff from around the NFL.
Pressure flips to Celtics after Cavs win Game 4 LeBron James' sixth 40-point game of the postseason helped Cleveland hold off Boston's second-half push to tie the Eastern Conference finals.
Rams' Donald absent; 'pay the man,' Peters says Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald was not at OTAs on Monday due to an ongoing contract dispute. Cornerback Marcus Peters, acquired in the offseason, said the team should "pay the man."
Soto, 19, starts for Nats, homers in 1st at-bat Nationals phenom Juan Soto got his first start Monday and homered in his first at-bat. At 19 years, 208 days old, he's the youngest major leaguer to hit a home run in more than 15 years.
Harbaugh to take U-M to South Africa in 2019 Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh said he is taking his team to South Africa in 2019.
Marcotti's Musings: Mourinho must fix Man United's style this summer Jose Mourinho can say the FA Cup doesn't matter, and he might be right, but he has to remedy the way his Man United side is playing.
Emery can improve Arsenal overnight Pulses might not race at Arsenal's pending appointment of Unai Emery, but he possesses precisely what the Gunners lacked under Arsene Wenger.
Epic Games commits $100 million for Fortnite competitions Epic Games will provide $100 million in prize money to various esports tournaments for its hit game Fortnite throughout the 2018-19 calendar year, the developer announced on Monday.
The biggest questions surrounding WWE's move to Fox SmackDown Live will have a new home in October 2019, but how will the deal with Fox impact the brand and its performers?
Sports betting legalization: How we got here The path to legalization of sports betting was a long one. David Purdum looks back at the reign of PASPA and how it got struck down.
John Cena steps further into public eye with growing Hollywood profile John Cena's profile in Hollywood continues to grow, which puts more of his personal life on display for the world to see.
Svitolina, Rafa in top form, but not all French Open contenders can say the same We're getting close to the start of the French Open, and some players should be feeling good about their chances. As for others (ahem, Muguruza), there's work to be done.
Does showing by Stevenson and Jack warrant an encore? Light heavyweight world champion Adonis Stevenson fought to a majority draw with former two-division titlist Badou Jack in an intense fight Saturday. They're up for a rematch, so is that next?
WNBA BPI: What's next for Sparks and Lynx? The one-point L.A. win vs. Minnesota went down exactly as expected. ESPN's WNBA Basketball Power Index predicted a field goal would decide the game.
Is restrictor-plate racing really racing? Some say restrictor plates are a gimmick. Others say they allow for an entertaining race with lead changes. Either way, NASCAR has a decision to make.
NL East contenders make their move to the top The margins between the best have never been closer, but do we have a new No. 1? And which NL East team pushed its way into the top five?
Josh Norman: From obscurity to NFL to 'Dancing with the Stars' Eleven years ago, the NFL cornerback was sleeping on his brother's couch in South Carolina. Now he's competing for the "DWTS" trophy on national TV.
Guide to the owners meetings agenda: Anthem, replay, more Is the league expected to reach a resolution on the anthem policy? Here's a breakdown of the four items on the table in Atlanta and their status.
Are the NFL's looming rules changes enough to save kickoffs? The league is aiming to make the play safer. But will it work? Here's an inside look at the proposal and whether it's really a long-term solution.
The return of the Warriors we know: Steph and defense Steph Curry and the Warriors had three days off to ponder a bad Game 2 loss in Houston. Back home for Game 3, Curry and his team unloaded on the Rockets.
Tim Tebow timeline: Has he dispelled doubt on the diamond? Charting the first 162 games of the two-sport phenom's career; the former QB is starting to hit with authority.
The pressure is on Miami's QB -- just how he likes it Malik Rosier has thrived in the clutch. But after three straight losses to end last season, coach Mark Richt is expecting a leap forward.
UFC signing Greg Hardy would be major mistake Greg Hardy, who was convicted of domestic violence in 2014 before charges were later dismissed, will be given a shot in Dana White's "Contender Series" on June 12. Jeff Wagenheim explains why the UFC shouldn't make this move.
How will legal gambling change the NBA and the way we watch it? The NBA has been on the leading edge of legalized sports betting. But what does the Supreme Court decision mean for the league and how will it affect the game?
Legalized betting could drum up interest in NASCAR NASCAR should get a boost in exposure thanks to the Supreme Court ruling opening up sports betting to all states, but don't expect it to be a gold mine from the start.
Biggest NBA free-agency, trade and draft decisions for every team Which decisions on key players, draft picks, trades and new contracts will be priorities for every franchise?
World Cup 2018: 32 previews The 2018 World Cup won't have Italy or the U.S. but all the big hitters like Brazil, Germany and Argentina will battle. Get the info you need here.
Drake assistant seeks lifesaving treatment for 6-year-old daughter Matt Woodley knows life as an assistant coach means often uprooting his family. After one season at Pitt, he took a job at Drake to seek stability for his daughter Molly, who suffers from life-threatening seizures.
LeBron James' NBA story can't be told without these 13 moments A look back at 13 amazing tales -- some you might not know, and some you might've forgotten -- as LeBron James plays on during his 13th postseason.