Sold out and booked out events

Why does the event page say 'sold out' or 'booked out'?

Sold out tickets

You'll find all of the tickets that are available when you click the TICKETS button on the event page. If there are no ' - ' or ' + ' buttons and it says as Sold out next to the ticket type, there are no more tickets available for that ticket type and Quicket cannot issue any more tickets.

Booked out tickets

If a ticket type reflects as Booked out, this means that some tickets are currently being purchased.

This could be someone who is on the checkout page paying for their tickets, or it could be someone who has chosen EFT/cash deposit for their payment method, and we are just awaiting their proof of payment to confirm their tickets. If they send us proof of payment within their allotted payment period, we will confirm the booking and the tickets will reflect as Sold out. If they do not make payment, the tickets will be cancelled and released back for sale.

If the tickets you're hoping to order say Booked Out, it would be best to check the event page at a later time to see if those tickets have become available. 

Tickets not on sale

You won't be able to select any tickets for an event if the sales period has ended or if the ticket sales have not yet started. If sales haven't started yet, you'll see the date that the tickets are meant to go on sale. If ticket sales have ended, Quicket cannot issue any more tickets.

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