Exeter City to launch new ticketing system

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English League One football club Exeter City has launched a new online ticketing system powered by Kaizen Ticketing.

The platform will launch with the sale of early bird season tickets for the 2024-25 season. This season, the club will also provide fans with the option to split the cost of season tickets into three payments through financial services company Klarna.

All current season ticket-holders are said to have been contacted by the club with details of what is needed to move to the new system and how to renew their membership.

“The new system will initially launch with the sale of season tickets only but will become fully functional when tickets for the 24-25 season go on sale,” read a club statement.

“The new system brings a lot of advantages for fans, and you will still be able to purchase tickets online right up until kick-off.

“For the 2024-25 season, season ticket-holders will not require a book of printed tickets, you can either choose a card that can be scanned all season at the gate, or you can add your tickets to your Google and Apple wallet, so you scan that barcode at each match.

“You will be able to control your account so you can add others to your family, allowing for one purchaser to buy for multiple people.

“We very much hope the improvements that have been made will simplify and enhance your online experience with us.”

Exeter City currently sits 15th in League One with 51 points and five games remaining. Two of those are at home at St James Park – against Stevenage on April 6 and Oxford United on April 27 – with fans able to buy tickets on the old platform.