We Scan Tickets
Let us take the stress out of selling tickets
for your event with our specially designed
software and scanning system.
that works flawlessly in any site.
With mobile support prioritised and purchasing
tickets while never leaving your site.
Social Media Integrations
social media’s with one click of a button.
Including Facebook, MailChimp, Google Analytics
Cross platformA beautiful responsive checkout designed primarily for smart phone screens. This gives native support for phones, tablets and desktops.
CustomisableCustomise your checkout widgets to blend seamlessly with your webpage, your customers will never leave your site through the whole buying process.
IntegrationPopulate your mailchimp lists using our simple integration tools. Add your checkout on facebook pages, automatically track using google analytics.
Multi-CheckoutsCreate as many checkouts as you want. Place them within each social media/websites your using, track the performance of each checkout individually
Real time statisticsMonitor your statistics live. Checkout hits, total sales, ticket progress, easily link up with Google analytics to get an in depth view of your customers.
What Our Clients Say
I thought that the dashboard was great especially after the most recent changes which made it really easy to use. "
Free accounts for event organisers, harness the power for your next event.
Is e-ticketing the future of tickets?
A global study of mobile ticketing, Mobile & Online Ticketing: Transport, Events & NFC 2015-2019, was released on March 12th by Juniper Research. Authored by Nitin Bhas, Principal Analyst at Juniper Research, this global study provides an in-depth understanding of the current trends present in mobile ticketing, as well as a 4-year forecast of future global ticket purchases.
Bhas separated the study into eight key regions: North America, Latin America, West Europe, Central & East Europe, Far East & China, the Indian Subcontinent, Asia Pacific, and Africa & the Middle East. Across the board Bhas found that current trends in the rapidly growing mobile ticketing arena indicate that we are likely to see massive global popularity and adoption over the next four years. In fact, Bhas estimates that global ticket purchases will double in volume by 2019. In dollars and cents this translates in an increase from £16.2 billion (23.91 billion USD) in sales estimated for 2015 to 32 billion (47.24 billion USD) by 2019. This marks a full double in sales!
Here at We Scan Tickets we pride ourselves on being at the leading edge of mobile ticketing. Find out more www.wescantickets.com
Why is it called Black Friday?
For millions of people Black Friday is the time to do some serious Christmas shopping --even before the last of the Thanksgiving leftovers are gone! Black Black is the Friday after Thanksgiving, and it's one of the major shopping days of the year in the United States -falling anywhere between November 23 and 29. While it's not recognized as an official US holiday, many employees have the day off -except those working in retail.
The term “Black Friday” was coined in the 1960s to mark the kickoff to the Christmas shopping season. “Black” refers to stores moving from the “red” to the “black,” back when accounting records were kept by hand, and red ink indicated a loss, and black a profit. Ever since the start of the modern Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in 1924, the Friday after Thanksgiving has been known as the unofficial start to a bustling holiday shopping season.
We Scan Tickets has its own Black Friday, find bargains right now for next year festival season. http://www.wescantickets.com/events