Purchasing tickets for an upcoming gig or show can be surprisingly expensive. There are often a number of added fees, for booking, ticket printing and delivery, which can quickly add extra pounds to your order.
There can also be complications with payments for tickets, due to the various methods available on the internet. These can be confusing, making you wonder why they offer PayPal when debit and credit card payments are accepted, and can lead to concerns over online security.
This short post will explain the various fees involved, the payment methods available and how safe your credit card details on when using the See Tickets website.
How to pay for purchases with See Tickets
There are a variety of different ways to purchase event tickets with See Tickets. All payments are made online or over the phone, they do not accept any postal order. Credit and debit card payments are accepted, with See Tickets allowing Visa, Delta, MasterCard, JCB, Electron, Switch and Solo cards. American Express and Diners Club cards are not accepted.
You can also purchase tickets by using PayPal or a MasterPass wallet. PayPal is a widely known online payment processing service that millions of people use around the world. MasterPass is a similar service, provided by MasterCard.
See Tickets also allow customers to purchase tickets with See gift vouchers and Theatre Tokens. To purchase a ticket using either of these two items, you will need to call 0871 220 0260 for See gift vouchers and 0871 297 0077 for the West End Theatre booking line to use Theatre Tokens. Calls to these two lines cost 10p per minute, plus network extras.
Additional fees when buying from See Tickets
See Tickets require a service charge to be paid when purchasing tickets from their site. The service charge is how See Tickets make their money, they do not receive any money from event organisers so an added charge is required to cover the costs of booking, staff wages, all the usual overheads. The service charge is arranged with the concert or show promoter before the event and is non-refundable, even in the case of event cancellation.
There is also a transaction fee that pays for the printing and delivery of tickets. The price of the transaction fee depends on the selected delivery method.
Is it safe to buy from the See Tickets website?
The See Tickets website uses a 128 bit SSL encryption, this is standard for the online purchasing industry. It is safe to buy tickets from their site. You can find out more about online purchases by calling our See Tickets Contact Number.