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Frequently asked questions & contact information

Got a question, complaint or just have something to say? Send us an email at hello@tickx.co.uk – we’re very friendly!

If you’d like to join our Partner Programme or advertise with TickX, drop us a message at advertising@tickx.co.uk.

Would you like to feature in our articles? Let us know at editorial@tickx.co.uk. Alternatively, reach out to james@tickx.co.uk for any press enquiries.

Frequently Asked Questions

 

What is TickX?

TickX is the easiest way to discover events, comparing over 75 ticket sellers across music, comedy, theatre, sport, cinema and attractions.

TickX is free to use, but how do you make money?

When you find the tickets you want and go to purchase them, we connect you to one of our ticket partners.

Once you have completed your purchase, our partner pays us a small fee for helping you find them. Don’t worry, we make sure that won’t affect how much you pay.

Prices shown on TickX will always reflect the prices from ticket sellers, with no added or hidden fees.

What happens if the event is cancelled or if I need to change my order?

If the event has been cancelled or you need to change something to do with your purchase, you will need to contact the ticket seller you purchased your ticket with.

What are the advantages of using TickX?

By using TickX, you’ll be able to see all ticket sellers in one place and easily find the cheapest prices. We make sure that there are no added or hidden fees, so the price you see is the price you pay.

TickX also offers one place to see all types of events. Whether you’re a fan of music, theatre, comedy, sport or cinema, track and follow your favourite things right here to never miss out again.

What is ‘resale’ and the difference between primary and secondary tickets?

Primary and secondary are terms that get thrown around often, but what do they mean?

The primary ticket market is where tickets are sold for the very first time at a price set by the event-organiser. There may still be small service fees added on when using ticket sellers (which TickX will always display).

The secondary ticket market – also known as resale – is when a ticket from the primary market is purchased and then re-sold again, sometimes for profit. The secondary seller will determine the price of the ticket, which is often adjusted according to demand.

How do I add an event to TickX?

If you want your events to appear on TickX, fill out the form here so we can get things started. We look forward to hearing from you!

I’m running an event and some of the information you have is incorrect?

Drop us a line at hello@tickx.co.uk with the correct details and we’ll make sure to update it immediately.

Who do I contact about your Partner Programme?

If you would like to join as one of our ticketing partners, let us know at advertising@tickx.co.uk and our Business Development team will contact you.

How do I stop getting emails?

You can update your contact preferences at any time from your profile page and choose which alerts and roundups you want to receive.

Find something strange?

If you find a bug or something that doesn’t seem quite right, let us know at hello@tickx.co.uk! We want to make sure your experience on TickX is great, so don’t be shy about telling us when something is wrong.