The National Football League (NFL)’s Philadelphia Eagles franchise has linked up with TicketManager in a multi-year deal.
The Eagles turned to the ticket management, event and guest experience company to provide a complementary service to corporate season and premium ticket-holders, corporate partners and suite holders.
TicketManager will utilise the Eagle’s official team reseller Ticketmaster’s tools to assist with corporate re-sale.
Eagles corporate ticket members will be provided with free access to TicketManager’s platform to manage their tickets and monitor usage in real time. Clients will be ale to look through reports that track each transfer, be able to see the accounts receiving them and if they are being scanned at the venue.
Ticket members will also be able to recapture the value of unused tickets through TicketManager’s partnership with Ticketmaster to sell excess inventory.
With All Access re-sale, customers will have access to automatic pricing tools to make sure their tickets are reflective of the market value re-sold with Ticketmaster.
Brian Napoli, vice-president of corporate partnerships, Philadelphia Eagles, said: “We are always searching for new ways to further strengthen our relationship with Eagles fans, corporate partners, and ticket buyers.
“This is an exciting opportunity to partner with a respected industry leader that specialises in world-class customer service and cutting-edge technology. We believe TicketManager’s expertise will help revolutionise the way our corporate ticket members manage their accounts in a seamless and efficient way.”
Troy Tutt, head of partnerships for TicketManager, added: “Managing the process of selling tickets can be cumbersome and error prone for companies.
“To have the iconic Philadelphia Eagles as our first NFL partner in corporate ticket management is a signal to the industry the game has changed. Teams are working together with corporate partners like never before and forward-thinking franchises like the Eagles blazing the path for the future of corporate tickets and sponsorship.”
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