Ticketing Technology

Selecting a Ticketing System: The Best Ticketing Software of 2015 – Part 6

Here we are with Part 6 of The Best Ticketing Software of 2015 Series. We’re officially more than half-way through our goal to cover 100 of the most talked-about performing arts ticketing systems (as determined by Capterra reviews and ratings). Check out Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4 and Part 5 for the other ticketing systems that […]
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Ticketing News: An Update in the Ticketmaster Class Action Settlement

If you’ve been following along with our blog, you might remember a few of our posts from July of last year regarding the much-debated Ticketmaster.com Class Action Settlement, Curt Schlesinger et al. v. Ticketmaster. If not, here are links to our previous posts covering this important ticketing concern: What You Need to Know About the […]
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Online Reservation Software: London Eye New Year’s Eve Bash Makes the Switch from Open Admission to Reserved Ticketing

The year of 2014 is quickly drawing to a close and the busy time of holiday parties and events is in full swing. With an overwhelming amount of family gatherings and other festive commitments on the agenda, it struck us by surprise when we realized that New Year’s Eve is just around the corner and […]
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Reservation Ticketing System News: Tock is Turning Traditional Restaurant Reservation Practices on its Head

Today we’ll be taking a look at a relatively new reservation ticketing system that will be widely available in early 2015: Tock. This reservation management software is really revolutionizing the restaurant industry’s reservation practices and expectations, and so we feel that it deserves a closer look. Chicago restaurants, Alinea and Next, have been using the Tock […]
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Dynamic Ticket Pricing in Pro Sports Leagues: What it Means and Why it’s Important to Performing Arts Organizations

As a follow-up to our previous article about the Fan Freedom Project, we’ve decided to discuss a somewhat new and controversial ticket pricing strategy to the sports and entertainment industry: dynamic pricing. FFP recently published an article via Sonic Rising regarding the use of dynamic pricing in the NBA, so we’ve decided to do a […]
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StubHub: A Lesson in Ticket Fee Transparency and the “All-In” Approach

In our most recent article we discussed the importance of ticket fee transparency and the implications that it has on the consumer’s purchase. Today we will be taking a closer look at a ticket provider who recently switched to “all-in” ticket pricing: StubHub. Why did they change their approach? How has it been received? What […]
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Number Crunching: Who’s the Real Winner in the Ticketmaster.com Class Action Settlement?

Hot on the heels of our previous post on the Ticketmaster.com Class Action Settlement is a little number crunching that should sum up what this settlement really means to its class members. While the total amount of the Ticketmaster.com settlement sounds like a lot, each class member will receive small (almost insignificant) discount codes to be used […]
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