What is a ‘Tixel Verified’ event?

Denis Mysenko
Sep 19 · 1 min read

Some event organizers connect their primary ticketing platforms to Tixel to provide a ticket re-issue facility — this means that when a ticket is resold, the original barcode is invalidated and the buyer will receive a brand new ticket in their account with a new unique barcode.

In this case, all transactions are 100% secure and tracked. This is a perfect scenario for everybody — sellers can get their money straight away, buyers get a ticket with their name on it, and know that no-one else has a copy of their tickets, and promoters can rest assured there will be no issues at the door.

Look for a yellow shield (below) on the event page to see if your tickets are going to be re-issued:

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As of 2019, we have integrations with a number of international and Australian ticketing platforms including Eventbrite, Oztix, Humanitix, IWannaTicket, and others. Our goal is to work with as many ticketing companies as possible to provide the best outcomes for fans.

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Tixel is a ticket resale marketplace that helps fans buy and sell tickets safely and easily.

Denis Mysenko

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CTO and Co-Founder at Tixel, a passionate software artisan, aikidoka and scuba diver

Tixel

Tixel

Tixel is a ticket resale marketplace that helps fans buy and sell tickets safely and easily.

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