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How to transfer ticketfast tickets?

Postby northcoaster » April 19, 2010 9:33 am

Ok, I've never had to deal with this before so hopefully someone can help.

I bought tickets for the Indy show, now all my friends are bailing on me. I have ticketfast tickets and I want to sell them and forward them via email to someone else. But, Can I separate them out, so I'm not forwarding ALL of the tickets together? (i.e. I have six tickets and someone wants 2 of them...I don't want to send them all six..obviously)

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Re: How to transfer ticketfast tickets?

Postby SchoolGirlHeart » April 19, 2010 9:57 am

You should be able to to save the file to your hard drive then "save as" five times with different names, then (carefully!) delete tickets so you're left with one set of tickets per file.
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Re: How to transfer ticketfast tickets?

Postby dancastro » April 21, 2010 7:26 am

SchoolGirlHeart wrote:You should be able to to save the file to your hard drive then "save as" five times with different names, then (carefully!) delete tickets so you're left with one set of tickets per file.



That will work, I've done it before....You should find some new friends!!
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Re: How to transfer ticketfast tickets?

Postby clearlakeparrot » April 23, 2010 3:16 pm

northcoaster wrote:Ok, I've never had to deal with this before so hopefully someone can help.

I bought tickets for the Indy show, now all my friends are bailing on me. I have ticketfast tickets and I want to sell them and forward them via email to someone else. But, Can I separate them out, so I'm not forwarding ALL of the tickets together? (i.e. I have six tickets and someone wants 2 of them...I don't want to send them all six..obviously)

I appreciate the help


Print the tickets then scan separately to PDF or convert to PDF

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Re: How to transfer ticketfast tickets?

Postby Gypsy In The Palace » April 25, 2010 3:27 am

clearlakeparrot wrote:
northcoaster wrote:Ok, I've never had to deal with this before so hopefully someone can help.

I bought tickets for the Indy show, now all my friends are bailing on me. I have ticketfast tickets and I want to sell them and forward them via email to someone else. But, Can I separate them out, so I'm not forwarding ALL of the tickets together? (i.e. I have six tickets and someone wants 2 of them...I don't want to send them all six..obviously)

I appreciate the help


Print the tickets then scan separately to PDF or convert to PDF


Are you sure this will work? I always thought that the barcode that is scanned is "inside" the originally printed ticket. If you scan a printed ticket, will what is "inside" there scan through?

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Re: How to transfer ticketfast tickets?

Postby clearlakeparrot » April 29, 2010 4:38 pm

Gypsy In The Palace wrote:
clearlakeparrot wrote:
northcoaster wrote:Ok, I've never had to deal with this before so hopefully someone can help.

I bought tickets for the Indy show, now all my friends are bailing on me. I have ticketfast tickets and I want to sell them and forward them via email to someone else. But, Can I separate them out, so I'm not forwarding ALL of the tickets together? (i.e. I have six tickets and someone wants 2 of them...I don't want to send them all six..obviously)

I appreciate the help


Print the tickets then scan separately to PDF or convert to PDF


Are you sure this will work? I always thought that the barcode that is scanned is "inside" the originally printed ticket. If you scan a printed ticket, will what is "inside" there scan through?


I'm not sure

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Re: How to transfer ticketfast tickets?

Postby Ragtop Dawg » May 9, 2010 11:11 pm

Gypsy In The Palace wrote:
clearlakeparrot wrote:
northcoaster wrote:Ok, I've never had to deal with this before so hopefully someone can help.

I bought tickets for the Indy show, now all my friends are bailing on me. I have ticketfast tickets and I want to sell them and forward them via email to someone else. But, Can I separate them out, so I'm not forwarding ALL of the tickets together? (i.e. I have six tickets and someone wants 2 of them...I don't want to send them all six..obviously)

I appreciate the help


Print the tickets then scan separately to PDF or convert to PDF


Are you sure this will work? I always thought that the barcode that is scanned is "inside" the originally printed ticket. If you scan a printed ticket, will what is "inside" there scan through?



Do not scan a printed version of the tickets. The clarity may suffer to the point that they cannot be read at the door which means that whoever you sell them to could be denied and then both you and the buyer are screwed.

If you have Adobe Writer, go to document-->delete pages, then choose the pages you want delete that you plan to sell to that particular buyer and then save as a renamed file than your original. If not there's a program that will unlock PDFs that are "locked" that is available for free online. I cannot remember the name of it right now, but it does pretty much the same thing.
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