StubHub’s Cyber Monday deal is a lot like the Super Bowl — it’s a major sporting and entertainment event, and it’s happening for just one day only.
On Monday, November 26, you can take 15 percent off any purchases you make on StubHub sitewide. That means sporting events, concerts, theatre shows, and comedy performances are all discounted, as well as many accompanying events. This is good news for anyone who’s thinking of buying experiential gifts for their loved ones this holiday season — or for those of us who want to snap up tickets to see our favorite teams next spring.
Browse the StubHub site so you can score your must-have deals ahead of time or check out our list below for some of the highlights.
Tickets to Your Favorite Games
Whether you’re cheering for LeBron or Steph, the Rockets or the Celtics, it’s safe to say that StubHub has you covered. Ticket prices range wildly from team to team and stadium to stadium, but you can find deals on upcoming games all season.
Football Sunday doesn’t have to be confined to your living room anymore. Grab tickets to the best teams in the league, with some games starting at under $40. Once you’ve made your selection, we highly recommend picking up tickets to the pre-game tailgate party on StubHub too — they’re also available at a 15 percent discount.
The MLS moved into the Conference finals last week and the MLS Cup Finals are slated for Saturday, December 8. First, see Atlanta United FC battle it out against the New York Red Bulls for the title of Eastern Conference Champions or watch as the Portland Timbers take on the Sporting Kansas City for the Western Conference crown, both taking place on Thursday, November 29. You can buy tickets to the Cup Finals on Cyber Monday for 15 percent off on StubHub.
We’re less than halfway through the 2018-2019 NHL season, so you have ample opportunity to scoop up some tickets for you and few friends. StubHub lets you easily search for your team’s schedule and available tickets, which you can buy this Cyber Monday for 15 percent off. Even better, use this sale to plan a winter sports road trip for you and the gang.
If there’s one thing you can say about college basketball, it’s that the players leave it all on the court. Maybe it’s because the games are shorter than in the NBA, or because every game seems to matter so much. Regardless of the reason, you can grab tickets to the next NCAA match up for 15 percent off on StubHub this week. Or, get the jump on March Madness tickets way ahead of time. It might just be the perfect Christmas gift for the basketball fan in your life.
Want to see some world-class football without paying NFL prices? Check out these NCAA football tickets to see if there’s a game happening near you. With only the highest-performing teams still in the running, this is the right time of year to catch the best college players in action. Pick your seats at one of the upcoming conference championships or splurge on tickets to the Rose Bowl or National Championships.
This music icon is bringing five decades of hits to stages across the eastern United States during his upcoming tour. Notable performance dates include Madison Square Garden on December 19, February 14, and March 21, as well as the Amway Centre in Orlando on January 11. If you’re planning a trip overseas, you can even catch Billy Joel on the Wembley Stage in London on June 22. Madison Square Garden tickets start at $86, though you can get them during Black Friday for 15 percent off, or around $73.
While his music has become more mainstream over the past few years with hits like “SICKO MODE” and “Butterfly Effect,” Travis Scott has been creating a rich universe of lyrics and tracks since releasing his debut in 2013. Now’s your chance to see the culmination of his efforts live in concert. His international tour will take him to theaters like The Forum Los Angeles, Pepsi Center, Madison Square Garden, and Target Center now through the end of 2018.
Elton John is saying a long goodbye to his fans with his farewell tour, happening now through December of 2019. What this means is there’s plenty of opportunities to catch the famed singer-songwriter in concert. Reach new heights with “Rocketman” at the Staples Centre in LA, hold your loved ones close during “Tiny Dancer” in Denver, or just hop and bop with the “Crocodile Rock” in Kansas City. You can find the full list of tour dates and locations on StubHub.
Mumford and Sons
With Delta now streaming to listeners across the world, Mumford and Sons is ready to take its newest album to venues across North America. With tickets starting at $46 (or $39 with StubHub’s Cyber Monday discount of 15 percent off), it’s never been more affordable to see these popular folk-rock performers in concert. Tour dates run from now until May 2019.
A$AP Rocky recently unveiled his Injured Generation Tour, which will take him to stages from coast to coast starting in January. The 18-date tour includes performances in San Antonio, San Diego, Portland, San Francisco, Washington, Chicago, and Minneapolis, among other cities. Expect to hear the best tracks from his third solo album, Testing, along with the usual bangers like “F**kin’ Problems” and “Long Live A$AP”.
You can go your own way, as long as it leads to one of the many performances Fleetwood Mac is putting on between now and June 2019. The British-American rock band, which has sold more than 100 million records worldwide, is now selling tickets to its international tour starting at $78 in select cities. With the Cyber Monday sale from StubHub, you can get seats to see this iconic band for around $66 (15 percent off).