The New York Yankees have ended their feud with a ticket exchange company, signing a deal with StubHub that could bring in $100 million for the team.
The New York Post reports that the landmark deal makes StubHub the team’s official reseller.
“The switch will end an annoying anti-fraud ticket policy, instituted before the start of the 2016 season, that banned print-at-home and PDF tickets,” The Post reports. “The policy prevented fans from buying tickets on StubHub or other secondary ticket markets at the last minute, as they had done in the past.”
Major League Baseball has had an affiliation with StubHub, but the Yankees, along with the Los Angeles Angels, opted out of it in 2012.