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New Era Tickets

New Era Tickets
Subsidiary company
Industry Ticketing company
Headquarters Exton, Pennsylvania
Key people
Fred Maglione, President & CEO
Chad Phillips, General Manager, Asia
Owner Comcast
Parent Comcast Spectacor
Website New Era Tickets Fan One Marketing

New Era Tickets is an entertainment ticketing company located in Exton, Pennsylvania, USA . The company provides full-service ticketing and fan marketing solutions for public assembly facilities, sports organizations, and entertainment companies.

New Era Tickets provides a ticketing platform with services that include internet ticket sales, order fulfillment, customer service, access control and print-at-home technology, up-selling and cross-selling, stored value technology, online ticket exchange, and ticket auctions.

In addition to the ticketing services, New Era Tickets also provides database marketing tools and services designed to improve ticket sales, give a view of customers and prospects, and increase customer retention. New Era Tickets does this through email deliverability, ability to customize messages and offers across marketing channels, lead scoring, and multi-tenant database architecture.

New Era Tickets is owned by Comcast Spectacor, a Philadelphia-based entertainment management company, and is headed by President and CEO Fred Maglione. The company uses technology provided by Paciolan and Neolane.

References

  • On The Move
  • ABC - Comcast Launches Ticket Agency
  • New York Cosmos & New Era Tickets Announce New Partnership

External links

  • New Era Tickets
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