Ticket Selling Jobs Abroad

Want to learn more about how to apply for Ticket Seller jobs abroad? Our guide will give you all the information you need including salaries, working hours, what to expect and how to apply.

What is the role of a Ticket Seller?

A ticket seller is responsible for handling the sale of tickets to an event. They work with customers to find the best tickets for them, this could be a boat party, club night or other excursion. Ticket sellers will need to work wlel under pressure as the organisers want their events to be full. You may need to work extra hours when ticket sales and slow, but the hours can be very flexible. They will be responsible for handling customer inquiries and complaints about tickets.

How much do Ticket Sellers get paid?

It depends on the venue, the event, and the type of ticket that is being sold. Generally, Ticket Sellers are paid a commission for every ticket that they sell. For smaller events, that commission might be as little as £5 per ticket. For larger events, the commission could be as much as £25 per ticket. Some venues also offer a flat rate for each ticket that is sold.

Do I need qualifications or experience to become a Ticket Seller abroad?

The process of becoming a Ticket Seller abroad is not as complex as many people may think. In fact, qualifications and experience are not always necessary to get started in this field. With a positive attitude and strong work ethic, anyone can become a successful Ticket Seller. In general, most Ticket Seller roles require excellent customer service skills, as well as strong communication and organisational abilities.

How do I become a Ticket Seller?

If you want to apply for Ticket Selling roles abroad, Summer Takeover provide working holiday packages to:
Ibiza, Magaluf, Ayia Napa, Zante, Kavos, Malia, Tenerife, Benidorm, Marbella, Sunny Beach

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