We know sometimes things come up and what was once your greatest plan of the year and something you were looking forward to, turns into a nightmare when you can't go. When you need to cancel your Coachella ticket you will most likely need to cancel other travel plans like hotel reservations and flight tickets as well, leaving you out of pocket. There is another option: you can sell your tickets to someone looking for a great deal.
Coachella Refund Policy
Unfortunately, their tickets are non-refundable, which means that you can't cancel or get money back on your ticket.
What To Do When You Are Stuck With A Ticket
When you book non-refundable travel plans you never think that you will need to cancel them, so when you run across the problem of needing to cancel your booking you're out of luck. Even though you can't get a refund, you are able to sell your tickets and camping online. TransferTravel.com offers the opportunity for those with Coachella tickets and accommodation that can be changed in name to sell them on together. We are helping people sell their non-refundable and transferrable travel plans that they can no longer use to other people looking for a great deal.
How Do You Sell A Festival Ticket And Accommodation?
The first step to selling and transferring your Coachella accommodation is registering on TransferTravel.com and creating a new listing, which is easy and only takes a few minutes. We ask for all details of your booking along with the location, dates, times and all other important information in relation to your booking. For tips and tricks, check out our step-by-step guide to creating a listing.
When your listing sells on TransferTravel you are connected with the buyer in the messaging system. This is where you can get the information needed from the buyer so you can make the appropriate name changes. Upload the new documents for the buyer who can then download it. Your funds will then be released 24 hours after the date of travel. You make some of your money back and someone else is able to enjoy the festival!