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Introducing PromoTix: The World's First Fee-Free Ticketing Platform

The Biggest Industry Problem

Did you know that the average ticketing service fee in the U.S. is 27%?1For far too long, event organizers have been getting their profits squeezed from all angles: from high ticketing fees, to increasing costs for production and performers, 68% of music festival organizers reported profitability as their biggest challenge.

No Ticketing Fees. No Subscription Fees. 100% Free.

PromoTix is the world's first completely fee-free ticketing platform. With PromoTix, event organizers everywhere can save thousands of dollars on ticketing fees instantly, takeaway 100% of their advertised ticket price, and still enjoy a best-in-class ticketing service all without the exorbitant fees.

Enjoy These Features:

  • Collect Payments with Stripe & Authorize.net
  • Desktop & Mobile App for Check In
  • Box Office POS System
  • Guest List Management
  • Discount Code Creation
  • Customizable Check Out
  • Detailed Reporting & Analytics

Combine With PromoJuice's Marketing Tools:

  • Create Registration Pages
  • Launch Custom Branded Mobile Apps
  • Targeted Marketing Campaigns
  • Comprehensive Ambassador Program Management
  • Sell Merchandise with Your Team
  • Integrate With Your Favorite Apps
  • Gain Valuable Insights on Performers & Your Customers

How to Get Involved

We can't wait to share our new project with you!

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1U.S. Government Accountability Office

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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