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They trully live up to their name and will ax you and slaughter you. This is the second time I had to deal with AXS and both times I had bad experience. The first time, was for. Joel Osteen event couple years ago when I paid with my credit card and I bought 2 extra tickets for my son and his friend, but they could not attend. AXS could Not reimburse me due to I did Not want to provide them with my bank account routing and checking # which I consider DANGEROUS for my financial security since the bank info can be stolen and my account emptied from all cash. WHY can’t they just refund my credit card and WHY is it they don’t want my cr card #? My account w AXS shows The second time around, my experience was even WORSE - I purchased 2 tickets for Joseph Prince in Dallas for Oct 2019 for a total $42+ dollars and then could Not attend. To sell the tickets on the AXS app (No option for refund or credit) - I was FORCED by the app to set my sale price at $10/each which is the AXS price for their GA ticket. Thus, if anyone wants to buy a ticket - there is No reason they would want to buy my resale ticket when they can get a “brand new” ticket from AXS.
I don’t normally do app reviews, but this one frustrated me. The app communications are confusing. First, after requesting to transfer two tix to the person I bought them for, I got an email saying “[Firstname Lastname] hasn’t accepted the ticket you transferred...” But the name it listed was MY name, not the person to whom the transfer should go. The next day I got the same email twice simultaneously. I did buy two tix, and my friend had not yet accepted the transfer, but why two emails? Does my friend have to accept each ticket separately? When my friend did accept the transfer, I received an email saying my friend had “claimed the 1 ticket you transferred for the following event...” Wait a minute, I transferred TWO tickets. Why does the email say “1 ticket”? Have no fear, there’s a link in the email where I can view the completed transfer. Ugh! After several tries, the link DOES NOT WORK. But wait, there’s a phone number in the email you can call for help. Tried it. On hold forever while I worked in the kitchen. I finally gave up on that. That’s not all! The app currently states that the tix were transferred on March 14, 2019. Not true! That’s the date I requested the transfer. They weren’t actually transferred until my friend accepted the transfer two days later. The tix I purchased were not cheap. I would expect the venue would use an electronic ticketing system that’s not so confusing and confounding. Two thumbs down.
I had to log in each time I used this app, which was several times within a couple of days. I chose the facebook login option which usually is super easy with other apps, but instead of using my already logged fb account in the facebook app or safari web browser (as every other app does), I instead had to input my fb account info every single time. Since this app doesn’t allow adding the tickets to my Wallet (which would mean sharing would be super easy), I opted to share via the app’s email share option. My recipient never received an email with the shared ticket (definitely input the email address correctly). So instead, I revoked the ticket share back to my app, and decided to show tickets for both of us. The revoked ticket would not scan properly at the venue, so we had to wait while the box office tried to figure out what the issue was...they were able to print a paper ticket somehow (I’m guessing they somehow made a new barcode?), and that did scan, so we were eventually able to get in... I recommend the creators of this app fix the facebook login issue and make sure users don’t need to login each time they need to access their account in the app. Adding tickets to Wallet is a must, and sending/revoking needs major help.
tl:dr - Crashy app. Save your emailed tickets. Hour long customer service wait with no live person interaction. The app keeps crashing right now every time I tap the menu bar. Have had a variety of other problems in the past, particularly with tickets not displaying. I go to at least 10 shows a year, not necessarily all through axs, but probably a fair split or slight majority. Save the pdf email that comes with tickets attached, as that email bailed me out a couple of times after other encounters with their poorly working app. Speaking of poor service, called the customer service number, took several minutes just to get through the automated prompts, then waited for an “operator”. And waited. And waited. After several more minutes, I thought hmm, I’m just going to put my phone on speaker, do a little work on my laptop, and set a timer to start truly counting the minutes. I got to an HOUR solid, no kidding, without EVER getting a live person on the phone. And that was after the minutes that passed by before I actually set the timer. Boooooo Axs. How you have this market largely cornered is beyond me.
I would give this app no stars if i could. do not use this app to sell tickets. The absolute worst and most unprofessional app i have ever used. Their customer service is also by far the worst i have EVER experienced. I was on hold for over an hour and one of their representatives hung up on me so i emailed them and then called back immediately after and was on hold for yet another hour. The email response i got didn’t answer a single question of mine so i sent a response asking for them to actually answer the question that concerned me and they neglected to respond. Save your time, use a different app. They also neglect to send you confirmation emails so you have no idea what is going on with your tickets when you buy them and when you sell them. UPDATE: received a developer response that pretty much blamed me for their negligence. I checked every folder in my email because i assumes that for sure they would be more professional then that, but again, I received no confirmation email and then my intelligence and common sense was questioned by the developer because of their negligence, again, DO NOT USE THIS PLATFORM.
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AXS Tickets has 54 563 user reviews.
AXS Tickets has an average rating of 4.6.
The latest version of AXS Tickets (4.4.3) was released on Jan 15, 2020.
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Tap for tickets to see the artists and teams you love. With the AXS app, you can find great events near you, buy 100% official tickets, sell your seats if
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EASILY SELL YOUR TICKETS
Plans can change. If you have seats from AXS but can’t make it, quickly list the tickets for sale from your account and reach tons of potential buyers.
USE TICKETS WITH THE APP
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TRANSFER TO FRIENDS
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