Eventbrite Contact Number0844 826 0788
Eventbrite is a global events marketplace, promoting and selling tickets for different events.
Reasons to use the Eventbrite contact number:
- To promote or sell tickets for an event.
- To find out more about how Eventbrite works.
- To get assistance with organising a large event.
- To query a ticket refund.
- To find out more about fees, payments and invoices.
Eventbrite Products and Services
Eventbrite is a ticket distributor for a range of events. Current events on sale include:
- Tough Mudder (sports/fitness)
- Cardiff University open day
- Destination Star Trek 50th Anniversary Convention
- Film networking night
- Irish Aerial Dance Fest
- Jersey Live (music festival)
- Gin Festival Liverpool
- Devon Street Food Festival
How does Eventbrite work?
Create your event by filling out the event details, choosing your ticket types and your page will be live. You can then invite people to attend and take advantage of Eventbrite’s promotional tools to help you reach a wider audience. You can use Eventbrite to help you host; checking guest lists, scanning tickets etc. The whole setting up process takes just a few minutes and you can promote the event on your own website and social media channels.
Benefits of using Eventbrite:
- Customise your event listing to offer reserved seating or by adding questions to get to know the people attending.
- Allow attendees to pay online with credit/debit cards or PayPal.
- Send invites and emails directly from your Eventbrite account.
- Track your progress in real time- attendees, sales and 24/7 access to reports.
- 24/7 support with an expert customer service team.
- If your event is free, it is free to list it and market tickets on Eventbrite.
Generally speaking, you can pass on the fees that you need to pay to Eventbrite to your event attendees. The fee as of 2016 is capped at £9.95 per ticket.
Eventbrite Mobile App
You can use the Eventbrite mobile app to:
- Find popular events or unique listings near you.
- See where your friends are going.
- Show your ticket on your phone to get into an event.
- Pay for tickets using your phone.
- Check in guests for your event at the door.
Eventbrite Organiser App
Use the Eventbrite Organiser app to track your event’s progress. You can watch ticket sales as they occur live on your phone, use simple ticket scanning to get your guests into an event and much more.
For event organisers, the Eventbrite blog can be an invaluable tool. It has templates for things such as a 52 week event communication plan and the evaluation process. You can also see industry insights for your type of event, such as a conference.
How can I print my tickets?
Check your confirmation email, tickets are usually attached as a PDF file. You can also access them from the Eventbrite app or by logging into the website.
I’m unable to attend an event. Can I get a refund?
Each event organiser will devise their own refund policy. To request a refund, reply to your order confirmation email- the organiser should respond within 4 working days.
I have organised an event. When will I get paid?
Payouts are usually distributed five working days after your event. You can see the status of a payout on your dashboard.
How can I cancel an event I have organised?
If you need to cancel an event, it’s important to communicate with the people planning to attend and issue refunds. Once you have done this, click ‘cancel’ on your event dashboard.
Which countries does Eventbrite operate in?
- Hong Kong
- New Zealand
I’m hosting a larger event, can Eventbrite help?
For larger scale, or more complex events, call the Eventbrite contact number where the team will be able to assist you in planning an event tailored to your needs.
Eventbrite is a self service online ticket distribution platform. Eventbrite was founded back in 2006 by Kevin Hartz and his wife. Mr Hartz was involved with Paypal prior to founding the company. Today, the company has headquarters in San Francisco, with offices in Nashville, Dublin, London, Melbourne, Mendoza and Sao Paolo.
Eventbrite was the first self service ticketing platform to enter the market in the US. However, since its launch alternative ticketing software platforms have been developed, some of which are for niches such as music.
Eventbrite raises funding by targeting capital financing companies. It successfully raised $50 million in 2011 and $60 million in 2013. The company generates profits by charging organisers 2.5% of the ticket price and 99 cents per ticket sold, but the fee does not apply to free events.
Kevin and Julia Hartz are still at the forefront of the company as the CEO and Chairman. Eventbrite now has over 500 employees spread across its global office network.
187 countries now host Eventbrite events, with two million events held each year. Each month, four million tickets are processed.
For more information about Eventbrite events, services or for support as an organiser, call the Eventbrite contact number.
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