The Side Room – Selling event tickets online

There are a fair number of members clubs in London. Many charge expensive fees, most focus on in-house events, and nearly all of them are aimed at both sexes or cater to men exclusively. The Side Room does none of these things.

The best way to sell charity event tickets

Why use Ticket Tailor?

Charities were some of Ticket Tailor’s earliest clients, and we still get warm and fuzzy thinking about how much money we’ve saved them on ticket fees. In fact, we still offer a 30% discount for registered charities because we’re committed to providing the best value for money that we possibly can.

Looking for a reliable, effective and low-cost option for ticket sales?

Most online ticketing services will charge you a flat fee plus a percentage of each ticket’s price. And that can be cost-effective… sometimes. But not often – and that’s why we like to do things a little differently.

5 Reasons to Ditch the Cash for Your Next PTA Fundraiser

There’s more to online ticketing than just intrinsic convenience – especially for schools and parent-teacher associations, when time, energy and funding are already at a premium.

In the same way that email has more or less superseded letter writing, the use of self-service ticketing has generally replaced the physical box office for event booking. This hasn’t happened by chance either. The ability to sell tickets online has brought a wealth of advantages to what was once a lengthy and sometimes haphazard task for organisers as well as customers. It might not be obvious at first glance, but using an online ticketing service for fundraising events is actually a pretty neat idea.

Lander – create great landing pages and sell more tickets

Create landing pages from a set of elegant templates designed with conversion in mind

South West 7s – Selling festival tickets online

South West 7s is an annual festival celebrating rugby sevens, camping and live music from across the UK. Held at Clifton RFC in Bristol from June 19th to 23rd, this year was SW7s’ highly successful debut. With more than 15 live bands, a selection of artisanal stalls and a competitive 7-a-side rugby tournament, huge amounts of fun (and sun) were had by all.

New Feature: Voucher Codes for Ticket Sales

We’re pleased to announce that you can now create voucher codes for your events

voucher codes5Voucher codes contain a set amount of money that can be redeemed against your choice of events. Unlike discount codes, voucher codes are single use and can only be ‘spent’ once; any remaining credit disappears after a voucher is applied to an event.

Selling tickets on your site (with widgets!)

Ticket Tailor lets you sell tickets directly from your website using our widgets. It might be blindingly obvious why this is a pretty nifty feature, but just in case it’s not, here are three reasons why widgets are the way forward for ticket sales.

The Porcini Test – Selling Theatre Tickets Online

Laureen Vonnegut is an American fiction writer, filmmaker and playwright. The Porcini Test is her latest work.

Laureen’s first book, Oasis, was hailed as “possessing a Felliniesque delirium, geopolitical knowingness, and womanly-wise toughness” (American Library Association). Over twenty of her short stories and movie scripts have been published worldwide, and her latest novel, Twin Lies, is read in book clubs across the world.

8 benchmark WordPress themes for ticketed events

How important is event presentation?

Very. Until your attendees actually arrive, the only information they have to go on – aside from word of mouth – is the information you provide. Presentation is key, but not all themes are suitable for every kind of event. That’s why we’ve put together a showcase of the best ‘standards’ in each category.

Introducing Zapier – saving you time on every ticket sale

We’re pleased to announce that you can now connect all sorts of useful apps to Ticket Tailor via Zapier.

Zapier allows different applications to communicate with each other. In practice, this means you can use Zapier to easily automate a number of mundane tasks, such as transferring ticket sales details to spreadsheets, putting together a mailing list from event attendees or creating invoices for purchases.