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Gametime now lets users “snap and sell” printed tickets

by • April 27, 2016 • No Comments

Mobile ticket sellers Gametime introduced a new showcase to their app this week which may draw a larger donate of concert and sports tickets to their marketplace.

Designed to manufacture it simpler for users to sell old-school printed tickets via mobile, the “snap and sell” showcase in Gametime feels a thing like check scanning in mobile banking apps.

A user who clicks the “sell” button inside Gametime can now use the smarpthone’s camera and the company’s optical character recognition innovation to upload all their relevant ticket info to the mobile marketplace instantly, no data entry required.

According to Gametime founder and CEO Brad Griffith, via many ticket sellers’ apps or mobile sites requires of 75 taps’ worth of data entry for individuals who have a printed ticket to sell.

Gametime wanted to eliminate the friction. Its new showcase requires 3 taps to get of holding a ticket in your hand to listing it on the market.

After which, tickets are instantly priced with data of Gametime. The app gives sellers “surge pricing” capabilities without having to do any price comparison research themselves.

Gametime has raised $13.3 million in venture capital to-date. It started out selling sports tickets to individuals who wanted to buy them at the last minute, but has since expanded into selling concert tickets as well.

According to the company, additional than 1.5 million individuals have downloaded the app to-date. And the company has sold tickets for 485 sports teams and 455 artists at additional than 400 venues to-date.

Featured Image: gametime.co (IMAGE HAS BEEN MODIFIED)

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