Ticketmaster to close Get Me In! and Seatwave

Ticketmaster announced this week that they will be closing down Get Me In! and Seatwave in a move towards a fair value fan-to-fan marketplace. At Twickets, we welcome Ticketmaster’s decision to close down their two resale sites. It is encouraging to see the biggest ticketing company in the world taking such a significant step in […]

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Most anticipated tours of 2018

New year, new tour to get tickets for! We’re nearly through the bleakest month of the year and it’s now time to think about all of the good to come. 2018 is looking very promising for live music so we’ve put together a list of ten highly anticipated tours that have already been announced for this […]

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Gary Barlow

Gary Barlow Partners With Twickets

We’ve partnered with Gary Barlow for his sold out 2018 UK tour and we’re very excited about it! Gary announced the partnership on Twitter, stating the following: “I’m pleased to announce that I’ve teamed up with Twickets to make sure fans can buy or sell tickets for the tour in a safe and fair way.”  Head […]

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Foo Fighters Partner With Twickets

Big news! Foo Fighters are set to return to the UK in June 2018 to play at Manchester’s Etihad Stadium before two huge shows at London Stadium. Tickets went on sale on the 20th October and sold out within minutes. Many fans were left feeling angry after missing out and then finding tickets being sold […]

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Mike Skinner And The Streets Partner With Twickets

The Streets are set to play seven UK gigs in April 2018 as part of their “The Darker The Shadow The Brighter The Light” tour.  The tour has been highly anticipated since The Streets last toured in 2011 and tickets sold out instantly on Friday with hundreds becoming available for way over face value on […]

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Tickets should be viewed as a licence, not a commodity

  “…a ticket is the mechanism that allows you to demonstrate your entitlement to access to an event, like a concert, and/or a specific area, like a seat. For too long, industry and fans alike have thought of a ticket like a product that can be traded, just because of its paper tangibility.” Head of […]

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Twickets Officially Launches In The U.S.

After becoming the leading fan-to-fan resale ticketing marketplace in Europe, we are proud to finally launch Twickets in the U.S. today. Twickets enables users to buy and sell spare tickets at no more than face value, and since we launched, we have saved the fans that use our platform over $20 million in inflated prices and fees for event […]

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Twickets’ partners win big at the Brit Awards 2017

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, […]

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Ed Sheeran Partners With Twickets

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. 

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Twickets expands into Australia

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. 

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