Below are recent updates from our development team. If you have questions about any of these, feel free to contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Before, primary and secondary tickets were sold in the same shop. A buyer would never know if they would buy a primary or secondary ticket and a seller wouldn’t know where the ticket would actually end up. This caused a lot of problems and was not very transparant. We've aimed to solve this with the new system: an actual separate market place!
What changes for the visitor when reselling the ticket?
Putting a ticket up for sale still works the same, via the mobile app. Here is an article describing how putting tickets up for sale works.
When a visitor puts tickets up for sale, he can share a personal link with friends that directs to the Ticket Market. His tickets are listed at the top. Other secondary tickets are also listed here. The visitor can also click through to the 'main shop', where he can buy primary tickets:
An event can have multiple shops, but there is only 1 Ticket Market where all secondary tickets of the event are collected.
The ticket limit is regulated as follows:
- If you go to the Ticket market via a specific shop, the ticket limit that is also set in that shop will be applied.
- If you go to the Ticket market via a link from a friend, the ticket limit of the Default shop will be applied.