UniversityTickets and Concert Ideas Launch College Ticketing Portal

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UniversityTickets platform allows for ticketing of simple college concerts without upfront costs.

Concert Ideas is the leading college concert booking agency, and UniversityTickets is the leading provider of ticketing technology to colleges and universities.

UniversityTickets and Concert Ideas are proud to announce a unique opportunity allowing colleges and universities to take advantage of online ticketing with no upfront cost.

Through this relationship, schools will be able to setup online ticket sales through a specially-branded Concert Ideas ticketing portal. No matter the size of the event, whether it is free to students only, or reserved seating open to the public, the UniversityTickets / Concert Ideas system can accommodate.

“Concert Ideas is the leading college concert booking agency, and UniversityTickets is the leading provider of ticketing technology to colleges and universities,” said Gordon Capreol, vice president of UniversityTickets. “It is a natural relationship.”

Colleges or universities interested in learning more about the UniversityTickets platform, designed specifically to meet the needs of higher education institutions, should contact UniversityTickets at (212) 204-6374 or visit universitytickets.com.

To learn more about Concert Ideas, their talent buying services or their shared ticketing portal, contact them at (800) 836-2000 or online at concertideas.com.

About UniversityTickets:
UniversityTickets is a leading provider of ticketing services for Colleges and Universities. Founded in 1999 after a successful pilot at Cornell University, UniversityTickets offers simple, cost-effective ways for college and university organizations to sell tickets and collect payments via the Internet. Our products were born in a college environment and have been built from the ground up around the unique needs of college event ticketing. Headquartered in New York City, UniversityTickets is a privately-owned corporation.

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