Congratulations to Twickets’ partners Adele, Rag’n’Bone Man, Little Mix, The 1975 and One Direction on their wins last night! Here’s the full list of winners: British Female Solo Artist – Emeli Sande British Group – The 1975 British Male Solo Artist – David Bowie British Breakthrough Act – Rag’n’Bone Man British Single – Little Mix, […]
We’ve partnered with Ed Sheeran to offer fans a chance to buy/sell face value tickets for his sold out 2017 tour. Here’s what Ed had to say about us recently ^ Visit edsheeran.twickets.co.uk for more information.
We’re really excited about launching in Australia and welcoming Danny Hannaford, former head of ticketing at Global Live, to our team. Danny will be helping us with our move towards international expansion by heading up the operation in Melbourne. To read the full article, please click here.
A crowdfunding round for face value ticket reseller Twickets has closed having surpassed £1.2 million – more than £500,000 over its initial target. The company exceeded its £700,000 target after just 32 days on equity crowdfunding platform Seedrs, attracting high-profile investors such as tennis star Andy Murray and Closer Artists, which represents acts such as […]
“We’ve had false dawns on secondary ticketing before. But we’re now on the cusp of change.” Click here to read the article.
Adele has appointed face value ticket platform Twickets as official resale partner for her Wembley Stadium concerts. Tickets for Adele’s four Wembley dates next year went on sale in two batches – on December 2 and December 9, with the two additional dates selling out this morning. The Twickets link-up, which bids to curb online […]
The UK promoter is the latest to join forces with Twickets, directing MyTicket.co.uk customers to the face-value resale site for sold-out shows. MyTicket.co.uk, the in-house UK ticket agency for promoter Kilimanjaro Live and parent company Deutsche Entertainment AG (DEAG), has become the latest company to sign a partnership with face-value ticket exchange Twickets. The deal […]
In an interview with the lead singer of You Me At Six on the Daily Politics, Twickets is cited as the solution to the rip off secondary ticketing platforms that are so deeply frustrating both fans and industry.
On Friday afternoon, Twickets supporter and investor Marcus Russell (manager of Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds) featured during Radcliffe and Maconie’s BBC 6 Music news item on the issues surrounding secondary ticketing. Russell suggested Twickets as a key solution to the problem, ‘We do recognise that some people who buy tickets simply can’t go to […]
Twickets has won first prize for “Most Effective Entertainment Campaign” at the prestigious Mobile Marketing Awards.