Better ticket layouts


Following some useful feedback from our sellers, we have made some small adjustments to the PDF tickets to allow for longer event names and ensure the ticket reference number is easier to read.

“Just one more thing ...” — Columbo


Get to know a little more about your TicketGun customers.

Sometimes you need to know more than just the fact it's another bum on a seat. Now you can capture as much or as little information as you like about each ticket holder. Name, email address, favourite cocktail, anything you like. Anything you do ask for (or suggest they include) is then stored in your ticket reports. Lovely.

Drink responsibly, meow.

Tell me something I don't know


Sold some tickets? You got mail!

TicketGun now sends you an email every time you make a sale. So you can high-five the nearest person or shout "Who's the man, Tiddles? WHO'S THE MAN?" at your cat, knowing full well that you are indeed the man. Or the woman.

  1. Sold so many tickets you're bored of email? Turn those emails off in one click.
  2. Want to let your boss / accountant / spouse know how awesome you are at selling tickets? Include them on the email without having to give them access to your TicketGun account.
  3. Each email tells you the value of the ticket sale and gives you a progress update on ticket sales, so you're in the picture after every single order.
  4. Hey, young lady! Looks like you've received an email from TicketGun ... Cher Lloyd gets an email from TicketGun

A Calculated Risk


Small changes on this one.

To be more specific, changes based on zeroes, negative numbers and number crunchers.

  1. Free tickets! Create free ticket types for events.
  2. Calculator fix. Thanks to @A00co for testing our price calculator to infinity and back.
  3. Christmas is even closer! Gizmo in a Santa hat - Gremlins

Rollin', in my 2.0.


Welcome to the first full release of TicketGun.

This is the first major overhaul of TicketGun since its inception in the Summer. The app has been re-written in Ruby on Rails and includes a number of exciting new features over and above the original prototype build.

  1. Multiple ticket types: Create an event and add as many different ticket types as you like (e.g. Adults, Children, Early Birds, Martians ... anything you like!)
  2. Events can now contain more than one date and time, perfect for small tours or multiple performances at one location.
  3. Fully integrated with Stripe Connect. TicketGun now supports users in:
    • Australia
    • Canada
    • Great Britain
    • Ireland
    • United States
    • Austria BETA
    • Belgium BETA
    • Denmark BETA
    • Finland BETA
    • France BETA
    • Germany BETA
    • Italy BETA
    • Luxembourg BETA
    • Netherlands BETA
    • Norway BETA
    • Spain BETA
    • Sweden BETA
    • Switzerland BETA
  4. Accept payment in over 100 currencies.
  5. Referral links and rewards: Give free tickets to customers who share and convert other sales. Quickly set an amount and let TicketGun handle the tracking, notifications and rewards.
  6. Better support for Twitter Cards and Facebook Posts.
  7. Cracking new design
  8. Markdown support for event descriptions. Great for adding headings, links and lists to your events without the faff of code.
  9. Christmas! Parks & Rec Christmas

Credits and Thank yous

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