The Tickets.com provider, Tickets.com, has helped the Australian Baseball League with the modified conditions experienced throughout the 2020/21 season, which has ensured that there was a solution to the many challenges presented by this unpredictable season. With sudden changes in boundary closures due to COVID restrictions, interrupted games and changes in opponents, Tickets.com and the Australian Baseball League (ABL) covered the entire season throughout the season.
With the ABL 2020/21 season reaching an unsurpassed yet successful end to the COVID-19 pandemic, Tickets.com congratulates the 2020/21 winners of the Claxton Shield Championship, Melbourne Aces.
ABL began doing business with Tickets.com during the 2016 World Baseball Classic Qualifier, and the pair signed a league deal shortly thereafter. In 2020, ABL renewed a five-year agreement with Tickets.com. ABL uses Tickets.com ProVenue® packages with products and services, including administrative support to create events on behalf of participating teams, provided by Tickets.com staff.
Australian Baseball League General Manager Commercial and Marketing Shane Tonkin states that “unlike other ticketing platforms, Tickets.com is willing to take the step forward and offer more types of customer service experiences to meet each customer’s unique needs.”
Tickets.com Asia Pacific General Manager Hayley Dobbs explains “at each turn, we adapted to the changes of the event by creating, deleting, adjusting and interrupting as needed. We automated refunds so that canceled games were treated seamlessly. This enabled ABL to offer customers the option of receiving refunds as credit for redemption internally or online for the next purchase.
“We look forward to working with ABL in the coming seasons.”
Transitions for seasonal membership and renewals of automatic memberships are underway for the ABL 2021/22 season, and patrons can lock in their desired locations in advance.
The Tickets.com team is dedicated to developing and delivering the most innovative and modern ticketing technology in the world. Through strategy, partnership and innovation, Tickets.com has a mission to disrupt the ticket industry and provide the best live experiences.
For more information on Tickets.com’s ProVenue® series of products and services, visit provenue.tickets.com/
Picture above 2020/21 ABL Claxton Shield Championship wins Melbourne Aces with permission twitter.com/melbourneaces
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