SecureNet, the payment technology operating system powering omni-channel payments has partnered with TicketReturn, a provider of Box Office and Online ticketing services, to securely process the sale of tickets with payment cards. TicketReturn serves more than 200 venues in the United States and Canada and issues more than 20 million tickets annually.
The partnership provides TicketReturn ticket sellers with a fully integrated, all-in-one payments platform to manage and grow ticket sales online and at venue Box Offices. TicketReturn has integrated SecureNet’s comprehensive omni-channel payments solution across its platform for use by clients in the U.S. Because SecureNet is an all-in-one partner with direct access to the major credit card networks, TicketReturn and its client venues will be able to eliminate third party payments middlemen, resulting in cost savings for any ticket seller.
“TicketReturn’s goal is to always provide our customers with the best ticket selling solution on the market, and we found that partnering with SecureNet provides greater simplicity and flexibility at a lower cost,” said Leroy Denton, President of TicketReturn.
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