SPTE 203 Chapter 15 Ticketing and Box Office
SPTE 203 Chapter 15 Ticketing and Box Office SPTE 203 001
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CHAPTER 15: TICKETING AND BOX OFFICE MANAGEMENT TICKETING AND BOX OFFICE MANAGEMENT Ticketing – Communication o Announcing the facilities polices Financial o No bottles, cans, coolers, cameras, umbrella, backpacks Ticketing – Financial o Drop count (Count Tickets) o Deadwood (Unsold Tickets) o Turnstile Court TICKETS Revocable Contracts/License By legal definition, a ticket for admission is both a limited contract and revocable permit VENUE REVENUE SOURCES Maximizing Ticket Revenue o Single events o Games tickets o Season tickets o Mini-Game Packages TICKET DISTRIBUTION Selling Tickets as quickly as possible o Box Office? o Hard Tickets vs. Computerized Tickets o Primary vs. Secondary Market FOUR METHODS OF SELLING TICKETS Box Office Outlets Phones Internet Stub Hub o Used to be considered Secondary Source/ Market BOX OFFICE Develop Manifest o # Of people supposed to be in attendance Seating Configurations o 360, 270, 180, End Stage, Half house, Center Stage Pricing Type of Tickets o Reserved, General Admission, Festival seating o No seating on the floor Visible and Accessible Locations Proper Signage Queue Management o The flow of lines impacts potential revenues Box Office o Extended Box Office hours o Convenient as possible TICKETING ISSUES Scalping Counterfeiting Current Trends o “The Bar Code” o Dynamic Pricing Change the price of tickets due to the popularity on that particular day o Paperless Tickets/Buyer Pick-up Bought tickets on line and have to bring credit card to be able to get into venue Problem: Didn’t work out well because people who received tickets as presents did not have the credit card with them o Customer Relations Management Data, Relations
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