Ticket Agent & Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Exton, PA – 22 March 2015
A typical day at work for me is like a short story full of suspense, mystery, drama, struggle, and a happy ending. Why, because the patron gets what they want in the end, especially with my finely tuned customer service skills.
Cheap soft drinks, the people are great to work with, and I like the steady pace.
My bosses, who tend to brag too often, the broken promises, and lack of benefits.
Ticket Agent (Former Employee) – West Chester, PA – 1 August 2015
New Era tickets was a great place to work. From the management to the floor supervisors, everyone was friendly and knew my name. I was sorry to leave, but they were bought out by another company and all departments except for management and the printing of tickets were outsourced to The Philipines.
I started out as a phone Rep, and was promoted to the ticket department. I took care of the returned tickets due to incorrect address and contacted the customer by email or phone to obtain the correct address. Voided the returned tickets and sent out new tickets to the correct address. I also picked up the mail and delivered it to the proper departments. Also prepared outgoing mail. I kept records of all returned tickets, all daily printed tickets and assisted with refunds.
I wouldn't say the hardest part of the job was stuffing envelopes with tickets (hundreds a day), but it was not very fulfilling. The most enjoyable part of my job was the handling of the return tickets.
I also took phone calls for tickets when they were extremely busy
friendly atmosphere, great benefits, wonderful management
Sales Agent (Current Employee) – Exton, PA – 18 April 2014
Majority of the time it is a pretty easy going day. A lot of friendly coworkers. Great place to learn about ticket sales and talk to people from across North America. Hardest part of the job is handling the venue in Singapore. The most enjoyable part of the job is the short shifts.
Call Center Representative (Former Employee) – Exton, PA – 1 September 2013
As a ticket Agent placing orders for customers for tickets for shows concerts, sports games, comedy tours and festivals was primarily the just of the job. Trouble shooting orders, and providing excellent Customer Service was key in this position.
Ticket Agent (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – 13 February 2013
The most important task to do is make sure your logged in and always available for a inbound call to jump in to your line. I learned to communicate with all different diverse backgrounds and customer service sales and literacy of different computer software and programs I operated on a daily work day. The hardest part of the day is The on-call sales Its one of our busiest days of the week. Getting to attend some great memorable events