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Ticketline launches fan-to-fan resale

20 May 2019

TICKETLINE HAS launched a fan-to-fan resale platform allowing people to sell tickets they can’t use, capped at a maximum of 10 per cent above face value.

The firm says it aims to provide its customers with “an easy, fair and ethical resale platform to sell unwanted tickets at the face value or less and make sold-out events accessible and affordable to fans”.

Tickets sold and distributed by Ticketline can be listed on Fanticks, as well as those from approved ticket agents, and are checked as genuine before being listed.

The platform also has a secure messaging service that enables buyer and seller to communicate, and there are no fees for sellers.

“Fanticks removes insecurity, safeguarding sellers, buyers and our clients while permitting sellers to list their tickets, and reach genuine fans actively waiting for tickets, especially to sold-out events,” says Ticketline head of marketing James Lee.

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