Nina van Zelst
By Nina van Zelst

Buying tickets for an event often costs an arm and a leg, after which the service costs make it just a little more painful. Platform Eventtool couldn’t agree more and is ready to compete with other ticket sellers by charging thousands of euros less.¬†

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Service costs have to be paid by the organisation for using a ticket system. The brand new system of Eventtool will make sure payments of tickets will go straight to the organisation, whereas now the organisation receives the money after the event has actually taken place. This means thousands of euros on service costs can be avoided:

“We use popular payment platforms such as Adyen, Mollie or Stripe. In this way events aren’t bound to extreme service costs which now are being paid by the visitors. We will always charge a same amount, which on average is only 1/20th of what it is now (10,000 euros).”

“The providers really charge too much”

The new Eventtool ticket system can be pre-ordered on the 20th of June via this link and will focus on events in the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, France and England. For now we will have to wait and see whether we will also find any changes in the ticket prices for hardstyle events…

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