AMSTERDAM – Tiqets, a leading ticketing platform for top museums and attractions around the world, is partnering with San Francisco Travel Association, the official destination marketing organization of San Francisco, to become the exclusive digital ticketing partner for all experiences booked though SF Travel. Beginning September 24, Tiqets’ premier booking engine and affiliate tools will power access to San Francisco’s most popular attractions, museums, and activities to a global audience.
Through this new partnership, Tiqets will provide users with a seamless and flexible solution to discover multiple attractions in San Francisco, with instant booking confirmations and last-minute availability from top venues including San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Alcatraz Island, and Golden Gate Bridge.
Tiqets’ co-branded booking and marketing solutions allow visitors from around the world to easily book tickets in real time in more than 13 languages and a variety of currencies and payment options, directly from SFtravel.com, San Francisco Travel’s website. The technology also grants San Francisco Travel Association an effortless solution to optimize sales and utilize innovative marketing tools such as affiliate links and discovery widgets.
“We were very impressed with the multiple integrations and flexibility the Tiqets’ platform provides to help users discover our content and easily enter the sales funnel,” said Lynn Bruni-Perkins, Vice President, Global Marketing Communications of San Francisco Travel Association. “We are also extremely pleased with Tiqets’ global reach as international markets are very important to San Francisco as a destination.”
“We are thrilled to partner with SF Travel, one of the industry’s leading Destination Marketing Organizations, and to provide San Francisco leisure and business travelers with a best-in-class attractions booking experience,” said Daniel Hackett, Regional Director, Americas at Tiqets. “Our partnership aims to increase visibility for more attractions, drive incremental revenue for SF Travel members and help rebuild the broader San Francisco tourism community.” Hackett continues, “Together, we look forward to connecting all travel segments, provide members with ancillary revenue opportunities and steer the destination’s ecosystem to recovery.”