Ticketmaster

Ticketmaster Head Office Contact Numbers

Ticketmaster Phone Number
Head Office 0843 208 2379
Customer Service 0843 208 2455
Accounts and Billing 0843 208 2451

Ticketmaster Head Office Telephone Opening Hours

Department Opening Hours
Head Office Monday – Friday: 8am – 8pm
Saturday – Sunday: CLOSED

Ticketmaster Head Office Address

Department Address
Head Office The Carphone Warehouse
PO Box 375
Southampton
SO30 2PU

Reasons to call the Ticketmaster Head Office Contact Number:

Ticketmaster is a wide-ranging, all-inclusive online website on the internet, specialising in easy access to tickets for events, no matter what they are. From Lady Gaga’s new tour to your local bareknuckle boxing matches, Ticketmaster has what you need, and what you need is a ticket. Since you’re buying an event ticket through Ticketmaster, you’ll be relying on them to get you in to see Beyonce or a low-budget demolition derby run by Oily Steev from the waterfront and his “Car-Wrecking Experterinos” – and since you’re relying on them to get your kicks, you may need to contact them for any number of reasons. These reasons may include, but will certainly NOT be limited to, for following list, which I must remind you, is not exhaustive. You may need to call Ticketmaster:

  • To arrange booking tickets for an event which you’d like to attend which requires tickets
  • To discuss buying tickets for an event which you’d like to attend which requires tickets
  • To discuss event times and dates with the Ticketmaster team
  • To discuss the concept of ticketing
  • To enquire about the tickets which you have bought or the events you’re attending
  • To alter the address you submitted for your order
  • To make a request for a refund
  • To leave glowing feedback
  • To leave neutral feedback
  • To leave negative feedback
  • To go the whole hog and register a complaint

 

Ticketmaster was founded in glamorous west Hollywood, in Los Angeles, California, United States (or Estados Unidos for our Hispanic readers). It came into being in 1981, during the fourth Hollywood Boom, shortly before the release of utterly zeitgeist-defining films like Back to the Future, Predator, and I Married A Communist. Since Hollywood was booming, Ticketmaster quickly took root, but as the internet was still only a gleam in its father’s eye, it was forced to operate on the antiquated telephone system and telegram system that spans Los Angeles to this day.

Quickly spreading its roots, Ticketmaster wasted no time at all in reaching out into the worlds of music, celebrity speaking and encounter, cultural events in the US, where they’re easier to monetise, and sports, again in the US.

With its brand taking off, it wasn’t long until Ticketmaster reached the glittering shores of Albion, the European mainland, and mysterious Asia, taking in every ticketed event along the way and making sure to adapt as it went, to provide the local populace with the tickets they so craved. They had the pan, it was up to Ticketmaster to provide the circenses.

With the Earth-shattering and era-defining rise of the Internet in the late 1990s, Ticketmaster saw an opportunity to flog tickets like none the world had ever seen. There would be no way out of this one, and no way around – the internet, they believed, was the future. Therefore, in 1998, with the digital world ascending all around them like embers from a bonfire lifting into the tinder of a dry woodland around the blaze, like the first sparks of light that would see the countryside ablaze with glorious ticket availability, Ticketmaster launched its first website.

Early adoption proved wise, and the rapid spread of reliance upon the Internet meant that Ticketmaster’s timely appearance was a major growth factor – the company could spread into every home, every mind, and sell tickets to any event. As a result, it is one of the world’s most popular ticket-selling websites even to this day, and sports more than 7 million people using its website every turn of the moon. Ticketmaster far outstrips its every competitor – as the name says, it’s the master, after all – and it currently employs almost seven thousand people across the globe, from the golden, sun-drenched souks of Marrakech to the cold, grey efficiency of ancient London and the spires of frozen New York.

In 2013, Ticketmaster were delightedly crowned World Record Holders for online ticket sales, for selling out the Take the Crown tour, by waxing star Robbie Williams, rising from the ashes like a glorious phoenix of exceptional bangers and musical nostalgia. Their ability to reach those heights is unparalleled by any other agency on this earth; no ticket seller can match them. As a result, they are never forgotten by an event organiser, always approached first, and always trusted to deliver on their exceptional promises with exceptional results.

 

Ticketmaster FAQs Expanded

How can I contact Ticketmaster?

You can contact Ticketmaster on the phone number found on this page, between the hours of 9am and 8pm, Monday to Friday.

When was Ticketmaster founded?

Ticketmaster was founded in glamorous west Hollywood, in Los Angeles, California, United States (or Estados Unidos for our Hispanic readers). It came into being in 1981, during the fourth Hollywood Boom, shortly before the release of utterly zeitgeist-defining films like Back to the Future, Predator, and I Married A Communist. Since Hollywood was booming, Ticketmaster quickly took root, but as the internet was still only a gleam in its father’s eye, it was forced to operate on the antiquated telephone system and telegram system that spans Los Angeles to this day.

How do I inform Ticketmaster of a problem with my booking?

You can contact Ticketmaster on the phone number found on this page, between the hours of 9am and 8pm, Monday to Friday.

About Ticketmaster

Ticketmaster was founded in glamorous west Hollywood, in Los Angeles, California, United States (or Estados Unidos for our Hispanic readers). It came into being in 1981, during the fourth Hollywood Boom, shortly before the release of utterly zeitgeist-defining films like Back to the Future, Predator, and I Married A Communist. Since Hollywood was booming, Ticketmaster quickly took root, but as the internet was still only a gleam in its father’s eye, it was forced to operate on the antiquated telephone system and telegram system that spans Los Angeles to this day.

Quickly spreading its roots, Ticketmaster wasted no time at all in reaching out into the worlds of music, celebrity speaking and encounter, cultural events in the US, where they’re easier to monetise, and sports, again in the US.

With its brand taking off, it wasn’t long until Ticketmaster reached the glittering shores of Albion, the European mainland, and mysterious Asia, taking in every ticketed event along the way and making sure to adapt as it went, to provide the local populace with the tickets they so craved. They had the pan, it was up to Ticketmaster to provide the circenses.

With the Earth-shattering and era-defining rise of the Internet in the late 1990s, Ticketmaster saw an opportunity to flog tickets like none the world had ever seen. There would be no way out of this one, and no way around – the internet, they believed, was the future. Therefore, in 1998, with the digital world ascending all around them like embers from a bonfire lifting into the tinder of a dry woodland around the blaze, like the first sparks of light that would see the countryside ablaze with glorious ticket availability, Ticketmaster launched its first website.

Early adoption proved wise, and the rapid spread of reliance upon the Internet meant that Ticketmaster’s timely appearance was a major growth factor – the company could spread into every home, every mind, and sell tickets to any event. As a result, it is one of the world’s most popular ticket-selling websites even to this day, and sports more than 7 million people using its website every turn of the moon. Ticketmaster far outstrips its every competitor – as the name says, it’s the master, after all – and it currently employs almost seven thousand people across the globe, from the golden, sun-drenched souks of Marrakech to the cold, grey efficiency of ancient London and the spires of frozen New York.

In 2013, Ticketmaster were delightedly crowned World Record Holders for online ticket sales, for selling out the Take the Crown tour, by waxing star Robbie Williams, rising from the ashes like a glorious phoenix of exceptional bangers and musical nostalgia. Their ability to reach those heights is unparalleled by any other agency on this earth; no ticket seller can match them. As a result, they are never forgotten by an event organiser, always approached first, and always trusted to deliver on their exceptional promises with exceptional results.