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Mar 18, 2024
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Introducing Box Office: the solution for on-the-door sales

We're excited to release our latest development for on-the-door ticket staff; a solution that enables sales before and during your event or club night. Powered by the Ticketing platform and enabled on a variety of hardware and operating systems, we help your staff connect online sales to offline sales, seamlessly. In this blog, we look at some of the key features of Box Office.

Emily Jane Brown
Emily Jane Brown,
Senior Marketing Manager

1. It's your point of sale Box Office is available on a variety of hardware and operating systems including Apple, Android and Windows. This means it's portable and easy to use for your staff as part of your existing set up regardless of the type of event you're running. This includes organisers who want to sell tickets on portable devices or self service kiosks. And if you don't have the hardware or staff our leasing program can support you too.

2. Enabling the experience

Your attendees want to get through the door. Lost tickets or payment issues shouldn't slow them down. Print tickets, email tickets send them via an sms or allow ticket holders to scan a QR code and download a ticket to ensure they get into your event. If you want to offer discounts, these offers can be imported and payment options can be pre-loaded ahead of time. For organisers that have a wide catalogue of events and ticket types, we've made tickets searchable and added sub categories to speed things up too.

3. Empowering your teams

We want to make ticket sales easier for your door teams. Shift tracking and reconciliation reports, dynamic discount application and detailed reporting for in depth analysis give a clear and easy view of your event . We built the platform with the end user in mind, with multi-level user access and password restrictions, it ensures secure operations. There is also a live ticket allocation feed, facilitating seamless online and on-site ticket sales without the risk of overselling. And there's always the option to capture customer data for your next marketing campaign.

Box Office is available now for teams who want to sell more tickets on the door, stress free. For more information or to see a demo of the platform, reach out to our team.

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Emily Jane Brown
Emily Jane Brown,
Senior Marketing Manager
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Is the Marketing Manager for the UK and Ireland at and mainly writes about the music and sports industry with a focus on attendee experience.

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