We're all price conscious people at TheTicketSellers. We get it - life is expensive and sometimes customers need to spread the cost of paying for tickets. The problem is, popular events sell out quickly.
So how do you reconcile these two things?
Previously we've launched 2 ways of spreading the cost of payment: EasyPay tickets (pay a deposit followed by
We're always looking to offer new features which benefit customers and promoters alike and this autumn we've delivered another cracking addition to our website.
We've already built two great ways to spread the cost of paying for tickets:
1) Deposit and balance - the customer pays an initial deposit of a fixed amount and has a certain amount of time
One of the sad truths of our modern society (at least here in the UK) is that every year we all seem to be a little bit worse off, financially speaking. Whether it's paying slightly more tax on things, or paying tax on more things, the money we earn has a way of disappearing slightly faster than it used to.
We're excited about summer. Are you? We're selling for so many exciting events and festivals that our staff are chomping at the bit to get on site and start scanning tickets.
Buying for an event so far in the future is exciting. You've got your ticket. You've bought a new tent. Your new Le Chameau wellies are sat downstairs eagerly