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Sports event ticketing and sales

Important considerations when choosing your ticketing system

No matter how large or small your sporting event is, you will want to use a complete and easy to use end-to-end platform to manage all your marketing, ticketing, on-site sales and reporting.

Tickets, drinks, food, merchandise and lodging — all cash flows in one single management platform

With an omnichannel solution you can easily take ownership of all your sales and optimise your sales channels from one single interface; from tickets online to food stalls at the venue.

Give a larger sales window and sell more — pre-sell on-site products online

Let the audience purchase food, drinks and merchandise together with their online ticket that they can collect when arriving at the event.

Expand your marketing and revenue through partners and sponsors online

With iFrames and social platform integrations you can easily promote your ticket sales not only on your own website and social channels, but also through your partners and sponsors.

Portable box office lets you, your team and partners sell from anywhere

By integrating card terminals, you can sell tickets face to face from anywhere by using a card reader and a phone. Monitor the sales in real time and see the cash flow go straight into your own bank.

Reduce queues at the entrance

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

Reduce on-site queues and increase sales with integrated cashless

The audience purchases drinks, food and merchandise on their phone with one-click payments and collect immediately through fast track QR scanning on the phone. For the phone-less audience you also give them the option to top up their ticket QR code on card readers, as well as with cash for a transaction less experience at the shops. There is no need for wristbands or tags for a cashless experience.

Minimal investments with minimal hardware

You want to expect no upfront costs as all event sales can be managed through card terminals and regular smart phones and tablets.

Data collection – a must for your marketing activities

That you are able to obtain the data from your ticket buyers is far from a certainty today with many ticketing systems. Make sure you select a provider that lets you collect emails, ticketing types, recency and frequency of your ticket buyers, as well as embedded iframes of the sales on your own website so that you collect cookies for your analytics to understand the ROI of your promotional activities.

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