What's the difference between instant delivery and in-hand date?

Modified on Tue, 13 Feb 2024 at 03:37 PM

At GoTickets, the terms "instant delivery" and "in-hand date" refer to two distinct aspects of ticket delivery. An "in-hand date" is the specific day on which the seller has access to, and can dispatch, the tickets to the buyer. It indicates the latest date you can expect the seller to provide your tickets. On the other hand, listings tagged as "instant delivery" mean that the seller has the capability to deliver those tickets to you immediately, typically within a 10-minute window from the time of purchase. Consequently, any listing marked as "instant delivery" inherently implies that the in-hand date is "today," meaning the seller already possesses the tickets and can dispatch them without delay.


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