Twickets 9+

Face Value Ticket Resale

Future Platforms

Designed for iPhone

    • Free

iPhone Screenshots

Description

Twickets is the UK's largest fan-to-fan secure ticket trading platform, enabling fans to buy and sell spare tickets at face value or less since 2011. We list thousands of tickets every month for gigs, festivals, sport, comedy, and the arts. You can trade tickets securely through our service, with payment and delivery all agreed upfront. Our dedicated team of human moderators checks through every ticket and ensures that all tickets are listed at face value or less prices. Buyers and sellers are protected under our guarantee.
_______________________

Featured by Apple in ‘Great Entertainment Apps’.

“With Viagogo and Seatwave often selling above face value...Twickets offers fans an alternative.” - The Guardian

“Twickets and One Direction, not Taylor Swift, are the true music revolutionaries” - The Telegraph

“This is great news for punters and bad news for touts.” - The Sun

“Twickets is already what the secondary market should be about: true fans selling to true fans at face value.” - Sharon Hodgson MP

Over 300,000 people now use our service in the UK alone, and we list thousands of spare tickets every month. We are the only secure secondary ticket platform dedicated to the fair resale of tickets at face value or less.
_______________________

Download the free Twickets app and register with Facebook or Twitter, or simply with an email address and password if you prefer.

Buyers:
- Use filters to find tickets for events.
- You can pay with all major debit / credit cards, and for most events we also accept PayPal.
- Buyers are charged a Twickets fee per transaction.*

Sellers:
- Sell your tickets quickly and securely for free.*
- Choose from a range of delivery options, including meet up, post, and drop and collect.

Alerts:
- Can’t find the tickets you want?
- Set up an alert filtered by event, region, venue, date, and category.
- Be notified by email or push notification as soon as someone lists the tickets you’re looking for.

Download the free Twickets app now and start trading tickets at face value or less with true fans!
_______________________

You can also buy and sell tickets on our website: https://www.twickets.live

Follow us on social media for news, competitions, and new tickets:

Twitter - https://twitter.com/Twickets (@Twickets)
Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/Twickets-425294737552366
Instagram - https://instagram.com/twicketsuk
LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/twickets

We love to hear feedback from our users; feel free to send us an email with your comments/ideas to feedback@twickets.co.uk.
_______________________

*excepting a small number of partner events

See our full terms and conditions for more information at www.twickets.live/terms

What’s New

Version 6.15

- Change password
- Removed social-login UI section
- Show listings waiting for approval
- Cancel listings
- Removed overlapping tabbar in checkout and listing screens
- Listings status labels
- VIP event support
- App reviews
- New layout for tour screen
- Upgrade to Firebase library
- Bug fix to Marketing consent screen
- Bug fixes to alert setup
- Vars other bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

3.9 out of 5
783 Ratings

783 Ratings

Amum28 ,

More listings detail needed upfront

I love the Twickets system, it’s great. However, please could you consider adding some more detail on the initial pages and alerts? As it stands, you have to click on “buy” to see the detail - eg. for a festival listing with multiple types of tickets (such as “camping” “day pass” “boutique camping” “live-in vehicle”) it would be more useful to see what type of tickets the listing includes (rather than “multiple price bands”) before clicking “buy”. It’s annoying to have to go clicking backwards and forwards just to see this info. Also, after clicking “buy” for on one of the listings, then seeing it’s not what I want, then going back to a long list of listings, could the ones I’ve already looked at be indicated somehow? It’s hard to keep track! Thanks for considering this.

bhodgson ,

Brilliant service, terrible app

I’ve used Twickets to buy and sell loads, as a service it’s great. But I always use the website. The app is so dated - it’s 2019 and they still don’t have iPhone X screen size support - and the UX is appalling. By default the screen shows you all tickets posted today, regardless of when that concert is or it having any relevance to you. To search for an event takes about 50 clicks, as you have to go into a filters view, enter the event name, click a few more times to add relevant venue and dates. Then for some reason it still lists tickets by most recently added - so the tickets that have been waiting to sell the longest are actually the furthest down the list, and you cannot change this sorting to something more useful like order by event date, or (ideally) ticket price. It’s baffling. Try and search for “!!!” to get ChkChkChk tickets though and you’ll get about 4 error alerts instead. Then, when you leave the app it retains the filters, so the next time you load the app you’re hit with a blank screen, which somehow feels worse than the random list of events, and you have to go back into the filters, clear them and start again. It’s the design work of a mad person, and it’s been like this for years. Please please do something about it 🙏🏻

St. Eve II ,

Great concept, frustrating usability.

The idea is great, Twickets is great, but alas the app is pants and the website not much better. It has really poor UI/UX. A lot of it makes no sense, like I make an offer and it says I will get an update on whether the seller has accepted or not, but I get nothing and there is seemingly no way of seeing the result of an offer or even whether an offer has successfully been made at all on either the app or website. So then you worry about buying or making an offer on another ticket because you have no idea if your old offer is about to be accepted. Also I just want to see a list of events in London in chronological order, or even better a calendar view of the next 30 days with filters to filter out things like sports or musicals. Again doesn’t seem difficult but apparently it is for Twickets. Good concept, frustrating usability.

App Privacy

The developer, Future Platforms, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Purchases
  • Financial Info
  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Search History
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary based on, for example, the features you use or your age. Learn More

You Might Also Like

BST Hyde Park
Entertainment
Ticketmaster UK
Entertainment
Fatsoma
Entertainment
SpeedQuizzing
Entertainment
Vue Entertainment
Entertainment
Meerkat
Entertainment