How should you design them?
Use high-resolution imagery. These event tickets are representing you and your event, so high-resolution imagery will ensure that your brand looks its best.
Your event ticket designs need to include all of the important information. Make sure it’s legible!
Lastly keep the design simple and easy to understand.
For the best results, use professional design software such as Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, or Illustrator. Also ensure that your closed artwork file respects all the items on the checklist for print-ready artwork. If you are not comfortable with the respective design software, we recommend you make use of our professional design services. Our design process is fully automated and very efficient!
What Can I Expect?
We offer you some configurations to print your custom tickets as you would like them to be. This includes a variety of sizes and refinements to best match your message and design. We also offer ticket templates for your convenience - just ask a customer service agent. We want to make our ticket printing services as convenient as possible. Our process is super easy! Simply choose your configuration and quantities online, add the product to your cart, check-out by paying online, and then simply upload your files. Your event tickets will then be delivered to your doorstep anywhere in South Africa – free of charge.
We offer a variety of paper grammages for your event tickets. The thicker the paper grammage, the higher the likelihood that they will be sturdy and durable.
Lamination covers your event or concert tickets with a thin plastic film. This is to protect them against water damage, scuffs, and worn edges. This is especially handy for event tickets that will be traveling a lot with your clients. Choosing lamination adds elegance and quality to your event tickets while enhancing the brilliance of the colours.
Do you offer perforation?
Absolutely! When placing your order online, check the section called “finishing”. Select the perforation option and you’re all set for the perfect perforated event tickets.
The first tickets were handwritten notes, which by the 1960s had become a booklet with each leg of a trip ticketed by a flimsy coupon.
In the late 1970s use of computers led to the dot matrix printing of tickets and in the 1990s airlines started using a cardboard ticket with a magnetic strip which contains relevant passenger information. (Source)
Event tickets have become increasingly more digitalised, however many people still prefer a printed ticket to a digital version. This is because having the physical copy of the event tickets tends to provide a feeling of comfort and security to the ticket holder. (Source)