Customising tickets for your event will give it an “official” feel. Participants receive a real ticket when they book their space and they can redeem it for admission into the event. You can add photos or the logo of your event to create your own ticket, or choose to print or buy tickets that are replicas of concert tickets bought through Ticketmaster.com. Customised tickets are a great choice for concerts, school plays and events, reunions, fairs, conferences and raffles.
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Things you need
- Printer paper or perforated ticket paper
Choose a website with a free ticket template, such as says-it.com or ticketcreator.com.
Choose the template of the ticket you would like to use. Select a blank and fully customisable option for photos and text or a template that is text only and looks like a concert ticket. The theme of your function will dictate which style is more appropriate.
Insert the details of your function. Be sure to include details such as time, location, rain date (if applicable), return policy for tickets, contact information, and any other important details that participants of the function should know.
Add a unique number to each ticket when inserting your information, if you would like to be sure that every ticket has a number. This step will slow down your process considerably and should only be used if you have an absolute need to make each ticket unique.
Print out your tickets using printer paper or perforated ticket paper. Perforated ticket paper can be purchased at office supply stores or online and is an appropriate choice for larger events with an adequate budget for ticket printing.
Tips and warnings
- Order tickets through a printing agency online to facilitate the process if your event budget allows it.
- Never create or distribute counterfeit concert tickets. This practice is highly illegal.
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