Category: Online Event Ticketing

ticketing service for ghost tours

Guide to the Best Ticketing Service for Ghost Tours

Bwa-ha-ha-ha! You’re gearing up to create your annual ghost tour, and you know you need to nail down a ticketing service. Where do you start? We’ve developed this guide to help you find the best ticketing service for ghost tours. Your focus is to find a platform with all of the integrated tools to help…
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Ticket Price Increases: Do They Help or Hurt Profits?

All businesses strive to maximize profit, and for managers of tours, theaters, music venues and other attractions, you can achieve that by increasing either online event tickets sold, ticket prices or associated fees. The law of supply and demand dictates that a shift in price will have a correlating shift in demand. In other words,…
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Credit Card Security

Preventing Credit Card Fraud

In news accounts over the last year, we have all learned about security breaches leaking credit card data for millions of consumers. What we don’t usually hear about is what happens to those credit cards once they are stolen, so we wanted to provide a synopsis of what happens once your credit card data is…
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ThunderTix 2014

ThunderTix 2014 Sneak Peek & Thank You

Here’s a sneak peek at ThunderTix 2014 and a special year-end message for our beloved customers…

Taylor Swift VH1 storyteller

Hidden gotcha in the Taylor Swift contest?

Taylor Swift is one of our favorite artists, and VH1’s ‘Storytellers’ is one of our favorite TV shows. The two have teamed up for a  fantastic new contest – What could go wrong? Well, an underreported line item in the Taylor Swift contest FAQs could spell trouble. UPDATE: Monday October 1st, 2012 – The winner…
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counterfeit tickets

Counterfeit tickets - Caveat venditor

As it relates to the issue of counterfeit tickets, we are all familiar with the Latin phrase Caveat emptor, meaning “Let the buyer beware”. A lesser known axiom, but just as important, is Caveat venditor – Let the seller beware. Why do we blog this? The morning news headlines reinforce the need for eternal vigilance…
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venue versatility

New era of venue versatility

A new era of venue versatility has begun. More than just being able to switch from hockey to basketball, venues are now being designed with tremendous capacity to expand and contract to meet the needs of a wide array of events. New versatility brings new profitability and improves the patron’s experience at the same time.…
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Louis C.K. to sell tickets direct to fans

Louis C.K. has announced he will start selling tickets directly to fans and will not be making use of any third party event management or distribution services. The decision happens on the heels of Amanda Palmer’s wildly successful Kickstarter campaign to self-produce a live performance. Are these signals of a drastic change in the online…
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Non-profit fundraising

How creative solutions can benefit your non-profit event fundraising

Recent news in the world of the performing arts show there are many ways for non-profit entities to have a successful event through a combination of donations and tickets fees. We look at two recent use cases and show how your ThunderTix account can help. The world needs the Arts Our notoriously glib Fee Free…
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It's Time: 10 Reasons to Finally Open That Online Box Office

Online ticketing provides customer convenience, opportunities for increases sales, and significant savings over hard ticket costs and administrative expenses.

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