Published: May 5, 2013
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171 The Commons - Next to 15 Steps
Open Monday - Saturday, 10 AM - 6 PM
|Tickets ALWAYS available online:
Now on Sale at Ticket Center Ithaca
|Please note: Our online ticket service provider, Tickets.com, assesses additional convenience fees to all internet purchases. To avoid these fees, either call or visit Ticket Center Ithaca in person.
In terms of public visibility and convenience, The Ticket Center is probably the service most familiar to the entire community. The Center is computerized allowing for remote sales outlets at Dillingham Center at Ithaca College, the Hangar Theatre at Cass Park, and the Kitchen Theatre.
You can reach Ticket Center Ithaca at 607-273-4497. Tickets for many events can also be purchased online through www.IthacaEvents.com
It is an integral part of the mission at Ticket Center Ithaca to keep costs down for both arts organizations and patrons and to offer greater accessibility to the arts for all. As part of this goal, the Ticket Center has shifted its fee structure to a patron based fee system, allowing organizations to keep their gross ticket sales, while the Ticket Center can cover its operating expenses.
In order to register with the Ticket Center, organizations and/or promoters pay a yearly (or one time, depending on usage) registration fee based on the organization's budget. These fees typically range from $35-$150, again depending on the size of the organization, its budget and its usage of the Ticket Center's services.
In addition to the registration fee, the Ticket Center utilizes a patron based fee structure. These fees are in addition to already existing fees (i.e. internet purchases and phone sales). Those service fees are:
So, if your tickets cost $8.00, patrons purchasing them at the Ticket Center will pay $9.00. If your tickets cost $12.00, patrons purchasing tickets at the Ticket Center will pay $14.00.
The only cost incurred by the organization or promoter is the cost of registration and any credit card service fees. Please see the contract for more information or contact Mellissa Goldsmith, Director of Ticketing Services at 607.273.5072 ext. 4.
Want to sell tickets with us? Download the necessary paperwork/forms under "Related Files" at the left.
Forms can be e-mailed. Contract Must be faxed or delivered in person to the Ticket Center. Fax: 607.273.4816
Or e-mail email@example.com
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