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Live music ticketing and box office technology

Important considerations when choosing your ticketing system

For festivals, concerts and gigs it is important to cover marketing, online ticket sales, door sales and on-site sales. Often these elements have to be dealt with separately by different suppliers, platforms and costings. Instead, choose a complete sales and marketing solution platform that handles your marketing, ticketing, pre sales, door scanning, on-site sales and reporting – all in one. This is how it works:

Keep online ticket sales and ticket sales at the door open simultaneously

Never worry again about closing the online sales before the doors open and potentially miss out on ticket sales. Use a platform that integrates online and offline ticket sales under the same platform, as the physical sales at the door can integrate with card readers, using card or cash.

Sell more through pre selling food, drinks, merchandise etc.

Give the audience the option to pre-purchase goods for your event. This gives you the ability to sell more, better predictability for stock management, and also a better experience for the audience as they can go and quickly collect their items without queuing.

Minimal investments with minimal hardware

With TicketCo there are no upfront costs and all event sales can be managed through iZettle card terminals and regular smart phones and tablets.

Reducing the queues at the entrance

Arrange an unlimited number of scanners at the entrance that validates both the digital and paper tickets through fast scanning technology.

No need for ticketing agents agents that owns your data and adds hefty fees

Use iFrames to sell your tickets on your website, through your partner’s websites and also through your social media channels. This means you don’t need to have your tickets being sold through a third party site with the additional fees and other locations separately with separate reporting sources. The audience is never happy with seeing their ticket price increasing the closer to the checkout they go, and you can save the cost (and hassle) of using ticketing agents and use that money to invest in some quality advertising instead.

Easy payments throughout the whole event with integrated cashless

Encourage the audience with the the cashless option of purchasing food, drinks and merchandise at the event with one-click mobile payments. Through collecting items with a fast track scan of the QR code it reduces queues and gives not only a better event experience, but also increases sales.

Learn more how TicketCo is the ultimate sales tool
for any kind of live music event:

Festivals

Enabling a frictionless music festival experience for a high number of visitors

Concerts & Gigs

The tools you need to manage ticketing, box office, merchandise for your shows

Touring Shows

The tools you need to manage multiple events and venues without any extra effort.

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