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The Biggest Issues with Ticketing...

Have you ever sold tickets online...?

If your answer to the above was yes, we know that things don't always go according to plan. Perhaps you had a scanner malfunction at the front gate, or you couldn't export the exact report you wanted. Perhaps you were unhappy with the high fees your ticketing company was charging, or their customer service wasn't there when you needed them...

If so, PromoJuice would love to hear from you: we want to know what your biggest issues are with your ticketing company, and on the flip side, we'd also like to find out what you love about your ticketing company! How has your experience been with online ticketing?

 

Ticketing Survey from PromoJuice

(Survey is now closed)

(we're working on a brand new product which you'll get beta access to for filling this out 😉)

Sebastian Schulze
Sebastian Schulze
Sebastian is a music nerd, concert lover, and grassroots marketing specialist. His passion is working with venues, promoters, and festivals all around the globe to help spread positive experiences to as many people as possible. Sebastian works hands on with our clients to ensure their street team programs are successful.

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