Ticketing for Makers

You are a maker. You're used to doing things in new and creative ways. So are we.

Let us help you sell tickets by being your technology partner and solving your unique problems.

With BuyPlayTix, you get paid in a timely manner: the cash will be in your account 7 days from when the ticket is sold.

We want to be more than just your ticketing software. We want to be a collaborator .

39,354 tickets have been sold through BuyPlayTix to date.

Features

Ticket Sales

Mobile friendly with a low service charge - 99¢ (plus credit card fees) per ticket.

Apps

Process credit cards in the box office with our apps and credit card swipers.

Discount Codes

Easily send out codes that are first come, first serve, or use them to track comps.

Season Passes

Patrons can buy passes and use them to reserve their tickets.

Contacts

Manage and email your contacts, or export to MailChimp, GraphicMail Constant Contact or YourMailingListProvider.

Donations

Embed Code to take donations on your website.

Pricing

Service Charges

BuyPlayTix Fee $0.99 per ticket
CreditCard Fee 2.9% + $0.30

BuyPlayTix will always be free for producing companies with no monthly fees, and our service charge is one of the lowest in the industry.

Try it out

Tickets

Price

The customer pays:
Service charge:
Deposited:

Your money in your account

We use Stripe to process ticket charges.

That means you manage your money, and it goes directly into your account.

Your money will be deposited 7 business days after the charge clears. No waiting for the show to end to get your money.

We'll help you setup an account and get you started.

Hassle free ticketing.

Shows

Las Cuatro Estaciones: A Story of Human Trees

Created during a residency at the Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center, this project is a collaboration with international video artist Ana Baer. Inspired by uncertainty,...

The Fool's Banquet

the Hidden Room Invites You to...

The Fool's Banquet

a one-night only performance benefit with songs, scenes, and slapstick from Shakespeare's greatest fools hosted by der Bestrafte...

Perfect Mendacity