The ticket marketplace launched a “buy now, pay later” program with Affirm financial service, allowing customers to buy in installments.
– Ticket Squeeze COO, Matthew Smith
UNITED STATES, September 8, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – Ticket Squeeze has announced the launch of a brand new agreement with Affirm that allows scheduled partial payment for tickets sold through their website. This presents an opportunity for theater and concert goers, as well as sports fans, to access live entertainment, regardless of their budget, and comes at a time when the demand for accessibility in the sector live events has never been higher.
In partnership with Affirm, Ticket Squeeze responds to the call for innovative solutions to encourage the general public to reinvest in an industry temporarily brought to its knees by the COVID-19 pandemic.
After what has been a year of financial hardship for many, buyers may have felt overpriced for major events, especially when tickets to Broadway shows like Hamilton (which has become the most expensive show) of history) can sell for hundreds of dollars. Affirm’s fundraising option opens doors to a wide range of customers, making it economically viable to purchase tickets for the event of their choice.
“We are proud and excited to launch this partnership with Affirm, which means our clients can enjoy their favorite events without having to worry about some of the potential financial hurdles that might have prevented them from doing so before,” said the Chief Operating Officer of Ticket Squeeze, Matthieu Smith. “We hope this will allow more freedom and spontaneity for sports fans and theater and concert fans. They can now purchase tickets as soon as they find them and won’t miss out on the games and shows they want to see. With Affirm, they are in good hands and we know our customers will be happy.
Affirm provides a simple and transparent payment service that is not based on late fees, service fees, prepayment fees or any other hidden charges. With Affirm, clients have a clear view of what they owe and when to pay, with loans ranging from 10% to 30% APR. Applying for a loan does not affect a customer’s credit rating, and the company provides an easy-to-access mobile app that allows them to manage their account and make payments on the go.
As the landscape of the live events industry continues to adapt to the renewed demand for in-person entertainment, it is forward-thinking affiliations like that between Ticket Squeeze and Affirm that will continue to move the industry forward to a venue. restoration and growth. .