TicketNetwork, the parent company of TicketNews, is “the leading source for event tickets and innovative technology solutions for both ticket buyers and sellers,” according to its Web site. The Vernon, CT-based company was founded in 2002, and its subsidiaries include Ticket Software, LLC, TicketLiquidator.com, TicketNetwork Direct, TicketNews and Ticket Summit.
In addition to operating a ticket exchange that offers more than $1 billion in real-time event ticket inventory, the company also produces a point-of-sale software suite for ticket brokers that helps them manage their businesses. The software suite powers real-time ticketing transactions for both B2B and B2C clientele, and it is considered one of the most innovative software platforms in the secondary ticketing industry.
TicketNetwork’s Web site, www.TicketNetwork.com, is both Payment Card Industry (PCI) and EVSSL-certified, ensuring safe and secure Web transactions.
TicketNetwork and Ticket Galaxy have both settled parallel litigation with the New York Attorney General over the practice of “speculative” ticket resale, according to releases issued Wednesday afternoon. The Connecticut-based online marketplace and ticket reseller, respectively, did not admit to any liability in the settlement, but will update disclosures... Read more
A slate of ticketing industry legends will converge on Ticket Summit’s opening panel, announced by the trade show earlier today. Jimmy Holtzman (Ace Ticket), Max Waisvisz (Gold Coast), Barry Clark Rudin (Barry’s Tickets), Harris Rosner (VIP Tickets) and Randy Cohen (Ticket City) will take the stage on Tuesday, July... Read more
Coming less than two weeks away on June 11, the FTC Online Ticket Sales Workshop – “That’s the Ticket” – will feature three panel discussions and a keynote, according to the schedule the organization released this week detailing the day’s discussions. A who’s who of industry professionals and economic... Read more
TicketNetwork and Patch.com announced an agreement Thursday that will bring event tickets to the hyper-local news operation’s users in their various communities. The collaboration, which kicks off just as the peak ticket-purchasing period of the year kicks off, is branded as Patch Tickets, and will connect users to tickets... Read more
“New York does not lower fees or taxes!” This phrase was shouted across the room by none-other than democrat New York Representative Daniel O’Donnell. This was said in the private closed-door October 2017 meeting between state legislators and representatives from the ticketing industry. The response came after comments from... Read more
The business models of Todaytix.com and practically every other ticket resale business, along with businesses offering hotel rooms and even the dairy farming industry could be in peril, according to the New York Attorney General’s stance regarding selling items before ownership, a source with knowledge of the AG’s thinking... Read more
TicketNetwork and Ticket Galaxy have filed simultaneous lawsuits against acting New York Attorney General Barbara Underwood, according to press releases issued by both Connecticut-based companies. The lawsuits were filed in reaction to what the companies characterize as a “deeply flawed interpretation of New York State Law,” as it pertains... Read more
Ticket Summit Keynotes: Hear from AXS, Ticketmaster, Legends, StubHub, SeatGeek, and more! Ticket Summit 2018 is just around the corner and the conference is set to feature two stellar keynote panels, Worldwide Trends in Live Events and The Ticketing Industry. On Tuesday, July 17 at 1:30 PM, join experts... Read more
While the recent certification process put into place by Google for secondary ticket sales sites looking to continue advertising their wares via the popular AdWords search engine marketing platform has drawn headlines, its actual implementation on the ground appears to be spotty (at best) in the second week of... Read more
Just when we were talking about how Super Bowl LII ticket prices had rebounded and stabilized at what would be a record-high for the secondary market, the “get-in” figure took a steep tumble overnight, setting in the $3-4,000 range per ticket on most major marketplaces after all fees are... Read more