Sports Illustrated Tickets launched “Box Office” - an NFT ticketing platform - that targets smaller, community events.
AO ArtBall 2023 is a collection of 9,230 NFTs with each ArtBall linked to a plot on the court. If the winning shot from any of the ~400 AO matches lands on that plot, the ArtBall is updated with that information, and the owner of that NFT plot receives special perks or rewards, like tickets to exclusive events.
Buk tokenizes hotel room bookings to give more control to hotels - like through increased price discovery - as well as to travelers by allowing them to have flexibility over their bookings.
Platinium Group (the largest ticket operator for Formula One Grand Prix events) partnered with Elemint (an NFT marketplace) and Bary (a web3 firm) to issue NFT tickets to VIP attendees of the Monaco Formula One Grand Prix.
An Argentinian low-cost airline, Flybondi, expanded its partnership with a web 3 company, TravelX, to offer all tickets as NFTs. Flybondi explained that the NFT tickets offer a more flexible travel experience for passengers and reduce administrative costs for the airline.
GET is a digital ticketing infrastructure provider. Since 2016, GET has processed 3+ million in tickets.
Ticketmaster launched gated sales, so artists can reward fans who hold specific NFTs with priority ticket access and other concert experience perks. The NFL has also launched Virtual Commemorative Tickets to test NFT collectibles among its fan base.