Hi, We're Shubert Ticketing
A leading international provider of ticketing products and services, we deliver innovative solutions for users of our Telecharge or custom-branded sales interface. Our STAR System sells millions of tickets each year via online distribution channels, at box offices and call centers, and through third-party agents—using our secure web interface and API technology.
We offer unparalleled distribution and marketing options for retail ticket sales, group sales, the wholesale travel market, corporate benefits, and more. Our wide range of new and exciting marketing opportunities includes powerful email capabilities, online lotteries, loyalty and social sharing programs, and in-venue Wi-Fi.
Our technology is built on a foundation of experience as a Broadway theatre owner and producer, offering our clients a unique perspective. See what we can do for you!
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As a venue owner ourselves, we know how crucial the ticketing system is to a successful business. That's why we developed our own. Using a century of knowledge and built from the ground up, the STAR System is composed of all the most important—and effective—ways to manage inventory and sales. Find out more.
Shubert Ticketing’s digital and social tools combine our vast customer data with the latest technology, allowing your business to maximize its marketing reach and impact. With our unparalleled targeting and retargeting, shopping and conversion, customer engagement, and reporting products—many of them free—you can ensure that you’re doing everything you can to find the buyers for your event. Find out more.
Shubert Ticketing was founded in 1979 to provide automated ticketing to Broadway and long-running open engagements in New York City and beyond. After a major expansion in 1992, Shubert has built itself into a leader in the ticketing industry, with venues and entertainment partners across the country. Find out more.
In the News
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Shows in Shubert houses can now provide subtitles in virtually any language, via the same GalaPro app that powers closed captioning for audience members with hearing loss.
The Price is Right Here
Increasing the ability of customers to find tickets at the price they’re willing to pay—regardless of date or section—is a step in the right direction for mobile.
Congestion Pricing Quick Snapshot
If you’re like us, you’ve been warily reading about proposed “congestion pricing” plans for cars in Manhattan’s central business district. Also, if you’re like us, you’re considering what the impact of these plans might be on Broadway.
NYC 2017 Tourism: Better than Expected
We’re happy to report that, through NYC & Company’s efforts to double-down on its “All Are Welcome” message, visitation to New York City increased to 62.8M last year, a 3.8% improvement over 2016.
Call Me Maybe
According to a global study from Verint Systems, consumers who experience positive service via human interaction are more likely to behave positively toward a brand.
Travel Press Make It Big on Broadway
This event was possibly the first time a Broadway show had held a press event specifically geared towards travel writers, and the exclusive access didn’t go unnoticed by the invited journalists.
Lightning Strikes Twice
John Leguizamo’s Latin History for Morons was the hot ticket this fall and winter for the national Corporate Programs Division at Entertainment Benefits Group—comprised of Tickets at Work, Working Advantage, and Plum Benefits.
When Left to their Own Devices
By 2020, the largest international market for visitors to NYC will be China. And +60% of those people will be booking their travel on a mobile device.