Ticketstripe is an online ticket sales and promotion platform that event organizers worldwide have used to streamline the process of selling, tracking, and delivering tickets for all sorts of events, from rock concerts to gala fundraisers and more. Designed with scalability & ease-of-use in mind, Ticketstripe was built to make the process easier for ticket buyers and event organizers.
Payment Processing Options
Enables event organizers to accept credit cards via Ticketstripe's merchant account, Stripe Connect, or process sales through a 3rd party merchant.
Promoters can assign and easily manage ticket sales for their sub-promoters. This feature allows large venues to sell and track their inventory efficiently.
High Volume Transactions
Load balancing transactions across multiple servers and efficient user session management assures Ticketstripe can handle spikes in traffic and reliably process payments.
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