European Handball Federation Secures Ticketing Partnership with Ticket2Final

By Community | October 19, 2012

Ticket2Final and EHF Marketing GmbH, capsule the marketing arm of the European Handball Federation, mind have announced a ticketing partnership for the VELUX EHF FINAL4 event.

The VELUX EHF FINAL4 will be played on 1/2 June 2013, cough in Cologne, Germany.

With Ticket2Final’s service, fans also have the opportunity to make a reservation for this event.  Fans will be able to reserve and guarantee their seat at the VELUX EHF FINAL4 event starting from today, months prior to the event. They will be able to decide whether to purchase the actual ticket should their favourite team qualify for the event. This can be done via Ticket2Final’s website:

Reservations are registered under the fan’s name alongside other reservations supporting their team and converted to the ticket’s face value only when the fan’s team makes it to the VELUX EHF FINAL4. The sooner a fan makes a reservation, the less expensive the reservation fee. T2F has been marketing its unique service successfully for several years to the Euroleague Final 4 event in addition to other major events in Europe.

VELUX EHF FINAL4 Manager, David Szlezak said: “We are always open to new ideas and concepts for our event. With the service from Ticket2Final we are taking another step into making the VELUX EHF FINAL4 not only innovative but also ready for the future.”

Ticket2Final’s CEO, Eyal Bechor commented: “Our service –  reserving a ticket for a small fee –  vastly reduces the risk in securing a ticket and reserves a fan’s place at the event. No longer do you need to worry about exorbitant last minute ticket purchases or buying on speculation ahead of time a ticket for hundreds of Euros when your team may not qualify. Ticket2Final simply allows you to reserve a ticket today, for a negligible fee, for the FINAL4 in six months. If your team does not make the finals, you do not pay for a ticket. You have only paid for the reservation. We allow real fans to be a part of the real experience at the game.”