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A simple & fun service for you to easily manage entertainment tickets and find local events. Centralize all your ticket purchases, transfer them to other people, and get paid back for tickets you transfer. Plus, find out what's going on nearby and buy tickets from your phone. http://youtu.be/jW1kebcPewY

What's New

Version 1.1.9

- Adds second entry of email address to help ensure correct entry
- Present password requirements on signup pages for better user experience

Ratings and Reviews

1.7 out of 5
192 Ratings
192 Ratings

Works for Me


I found my event (concert) online, entered my info, then selected how I wanted to receive my ticket: will-call, print, or on my phone. Since my phone is with me at all times (unlike a printed piece of paper that can become misplaced before using it 15 weeks in the future and what fool wants to stand in an extra (will-call) line before entering a venue?).
So I followed the directions and now have my ticket stored securely on my phone. The entire process took all of 7 minutes (at home, where I have secure WiFi.)
I’m certain many of the negative reviewers followed this same path, but became disgruntled because, expecting some simple direct download, they discovered there might be some security measures involved (user name, password, eMail verification).
Almost all PW now require minimal character counts and a mix of letters (caps & non-caps), digits, & symbols. Any less means low security.
So all you analog cry babies need to Man Up and put some effort into understanding and functioning in the modern world. But stop whining. Go Digital. I’m 70 years old; if I can do it, you can too.

Awful New User Experience

Texas user

This is an overcomplicated Rube Goldberg machine. After you buy tickets, you immediately get a text telling you to create an account. You also get an email confirming your purchase the mail contains a link.

Then you play the "guess the password rules" game for a while. Once you figure that out, the server won't let you log in -- not even with the link that it just sent you. Why? I'm pretty sure it's because walletini hates you.

Then the big surprise. You can do NOTHING for about 30 minutes until you get the spearate, magical "confirmation" email to activate your account. That first email with the link? That one doesn't count. You need the magic email to activate your account, and that takes 30 minutes. Why does it take 30 minutes? Because walletini hates you.

Eventually, I was able to get the app running and was able to get my tickets to show up in the app. By now, I don't trust walletini at all. Oh look! A button to add to Passbook. That should be a warning: It hasn't been called Passbook for two years. Do I have to say it? No, savinig the tickets to Passbook (now Wallet) doesn't work. Why doesn't it work? Because walletini hates you.

If your theater business is considering using this POS, don't. If as a patron you have an option of will-call or doing print-at-home, do that instead. Why? Because walletini hates you.

I’d say user error


I had absolutely no problems with this app. I read reviews and saw the complaints which made me deathly afraid to download it however I was able to buy my tickets, download the app, create the password, and retrieve my tickets in less than 5 minutes. The e-mails came right through no problem. Which is good considering I had already chose the option to get them on my phone and not Will Call or Print at Home.

Creating a password is not rocket science (obviously was for some people). There are requirements. One upper case and one lower case letter, one number, and one special symbol (they give a list of symbols to choose from. Use an exclamation point, it’s not hard). That’s standard for a lot of websites and apps now a days anyways to prevent robots and other hacking type incidents.

It’s a free app. So there’s a plus. It’s easy as all hell to use (and I’m not a computer science major) and was quick.

Walletini does not hate me, however it appears that it hates a few of you. I’d use this app again if need be.


Vendini, Inc.
15.2 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Age Rating
Rated 4+
© 2012-2014 Vendini Inc.


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