September 15, 2015

The 4 ticket types you should have at your event

Ticketing, pfft. What’s to know? Just lob ’em out and reel in the cash, right? Not so! Here at ticketscript we put time and effort into ticketing and know that variety is the key to success. So, whether you’re pre-planning a zombie-themed Halloween event or organising next month’s club night, here are the different tickets you should have at your event.

A hand holding two tickets through a red velvet curtain

Early Bird

The ultimate money saver for the enviably organised. Offering a discount to guests who purchase tickets several weeks out from an event can create a great incentive for people to book right away. Better still, using Early Bird tickets will give you an idea of how popular your event is shaping up to be.


We absolutely love a good promotion; whisper ‘2-for-1’ and we’re yours. These tickets are a brilliant tool for hyping up your occasion. To build a buzz, put aside a set number of Promo tickets to sell in special deals and announce a 24-hour giveaway on Facebook.


Queue jumping, front row seats, a free glass of Prosecco at the bar; if you want to add a dash of glamour to your event, VIP tickets are the way to go. Lots of people are willing to pay a premium for special treatment, so make sure you have tickets for guests who are prepared to splash out.


Exactly what you’d expect: bring friends and get a great group rate. We reckon sets of four or five are large enough for most events – you don’t want to put people off with conditions that are nigh-on impossible to meet. Most guests will want to bring along a couple of friends anyway, even more so if they’ll save a few quid by booking together. The more the merrier!

If you’re still not sure which ticket type is right for your event, contact ticketscript today to find the perfect ticketing solution for you.