30 Jun 2020

New partnership with Vivaticket puts top tickets on tap

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Attention sports fans, concert-goers and theatre buffs – from this summer, you can use Skrill to snap up tickets for in-demand events, thanks to an exciting global partnership with a top international operator.

Specialising in electronic ticketing, Vivaticket sells almost 4 million tickets per year via mobile apps and responsive portals, serving customers in 50 countries worldwide.

Having joined forces with Vivaticket this summer, you can now use Skrill as a payment method – putting tickets for major international events at your fingertips.

Granting access to top sports teams and venues, theatres and concerts – featuring Foo Fighters, Aerosmith, Avril Lavigne and more – it has never been easier to secure a place at must-attend events using your Skrill wallet.

“We’re excited to be working with Vivaticket more broadly, supporting the expansion and success of its business by enabling a new and convenient way to pay,” said Lorenzo Pellegrino, CEO of Skrill. “Skrill offers choice at the checkout, allowing businesses to add multiple local payment methods with a single integration, and giving consumers the ability to use their preferred option to make quick and secure payments.”

Sports fans will be able to use Skrill to purchase tickets for top teams, venues and events – including basketball, football and golf’s Ryder Cup. As the Official Global Payments Partner of AC Milan, you will also be able to use your Skrill wallet to reserve match tickets and other experiences through Vivaticket.

On the Vivaticket site, you will also have the option to pay by Rapid Transfer – our instant online bank transfer service.

“As an increasingly-popular payment option, we’re delighted to be able to offer Skrill as a way for customers to purchase more types of tickets and experiences,” said Luca Montebugnoli, Executive Chairman of Vivaticket. “A convenient and smooth experience at the checkout is a vital part of our customer journey, and offering multiple payment methods is central to this.”

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