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  • 1 Your transaction will be safe & secure.
  • 2 Your tickets will be delivered in time for the event.
  • 3 The tickets will be the same as what you ordered.
  • 4 Your tickets will provide valid entry to the event.
  • 5 If any of these do not occur, you will be provided with comparable or better tickets, or offered a refund.

Who is TicketCity?

  • We are a ticket marketplace founded in 1990 by Randy Cohen.
  • We offer tickets to over 100,000 events.
  • We have served over 1 million customers.
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TicketCity Affiliate Web Service

TicketCity Affiliate Web Service

TicketCity is proud to announce our Web Services API, using XML deliver our ticket service directly to your website.  If you are not yet using our Affiliate Web Services and want to do more to integrate our events and ticket inventory into your website or application you can start by viewing the User Guide:

With our XML service you can integrate our ticket inventory with your website, allowing users to purchase tickets directly from your site.  Using the Web Service will increase your affiliate conversions by dropping users directly to our checkout page, saving their valuable browsing experience and earning you more money.

Getting Set Up
All web service methods require a unique identifier, called an API Key, typically referenced as “APIKey”. In order to receive an API Key you’ll need to have an approved TicketCity Affiliate account established. You can sign up for an affiliate account at and upon approval an API Key will be created for you. Because web services are advanced tools not typically utilized by the average affiliate API Keys are not published in your profile. You can contact a TicketCity Affiliate Representative by email ([email protected]) and request your API Key. Once you have your API Key you’re ready to examine the available web methods.

Web Service version 3 is now live, using an improved XML schema.  Root nodes for XML output no longer uses the called method name but rather follows generic entity naming standards. For example, now the root node on XML output for all 'event' specific methods is " < Events > ". This should allow for more simple and reusable code development.
Source Code Examples
PHP & Apache – a small sample implementation and its corresponding source code of this web service can be found at
ASP.NET & IIS – a small sample implementation and its corresponding source code of this web service can be found at

If you have any questions regarding our Web Service API, please contact us at: [email protected].