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Ticketbud logo.svg
Type of business Private
Type of site
Ticket sales, Event Management
Available inEnglish
Founded Austin, Texas, United States
United States
Area served Worldwide
Founder(s) Paul Cross [1]
URL ticketbud.com
Current statusActive

Ticketbud is an event management, ticketing and registration SaaS platform for event organizers. The software allows event organizers to sell tickets to events and also to promote and market their events on websites like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Founded in 2009 in Austin, Texas, Ticketbud's revenue is derived from a fee placed upon tickets sold through its software at $0.99 + 2% of the ticket's value per ticket.


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In 2011, Ticketbud received $1.2 million in its Series A round of funding. [7] [2]

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