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The face-value secondary ticketing platform complies with the Norwegian and Danish bans on reselling tickets for a profit
By IQ on 27 Apr 2021
CTS Eventim has launched its face-value ticket resale platform, fanSALE, in Norway, Sweden and Denmark.
FanSALE is the first fully digital face-value platform in Scandinavia, and is already in use in Germany, the UK, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Italy, Finland and Brazil. In both Norway and Denmark, it is illegal to resell tickets for a profit.
When tickets are resold on the fanSALE platform, the original tickets are cancelled and new tickets issued in a new order, guaranteeing the new tickets and allowing for the resale of personal tickets when people can no longer attend an event.
“With fanSALE, Eventim is taking an important step in Scandinavia to help fans buy and sell tickets safely and legally”
“With fanSALE, Eventim is taking an important step in Scandinavia to help fans buy and sell tickets safely and legally amongst themselves,” says Jens Arnesen, CEO of Eventim Scandinavia.
“FanSALE guarantees that tickets cannot be sold for more than the original ticket price. At the same time, buyers are guaranteed genuine, valid tickets to the event.”
FanSALE is one of a number of capped-price resale services offered by the major international ticketing companies, along with See Tickets’ Fan-to-Fan, AXS’s Marketplace, Ticketmaster ticket exchange and Ticketek Marketplace.
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