Powerful and purposeful conference ticketing
Innovative event ticketing with booking fees for good.
Build your seating maps
Tables, auditoriums, even exhibitor stall allocations. Build them all and let your guests choose.
Mobilise your team
Our free app means anyone can staff the door, scan tickets and welcome guests – even volunteers, interns and your mum (thanks mum).
Add merchandise to your tickets
Sell books, reusable coffee cups, funky hoodies, or anything your guests might need.
Secure events & simple way of managing finanace
- Data compliance & security
- 100% refunds for canceled tickets
- Automated payouts
- Donation (DGR) receipting
- GL code
- Decide how much of your fees you will cover
- Lock your bank accounts
Better technology, better pricing, better customer service, and all proceeds go to charitySee Pricing
Features that will help you run smooth events
Our unique scanning messages let you alert your door team that this person gets access to the green room.
Do good, pay less
Saving the world doesn't cost the earth – most festivals save 25% on booking fees when they switch to Humanitix.
Buy tickets now, assign guests later
Corporates and groups can buy tickets in bulk, and wait till later to decide who to assign the tickets to.
Add promo codes with ease for single tickets or ten thousand guests at once.
"We love working with Humanitix and are consistently blown away by their innovation."
Christina Gerakiteys, SingularityU Summit
"Humanitix makes events exceptional. The booking fees on a conference can put an Indigenous Australian child through school. The booking fees on festival tickets can create opportunity for a whole community of girls in South East Asia. Every ticket counts."
John Eales, a Humanitix Ambassador and Wallabies Rugby legend
"Co-ordinating the largest International Women's day event series in the country is a mammoth task. With over 5,500 people across 5 cities it means we need a really effective ticketing platform. We found that Humanitix offers the best product for our unique event needs, at the best price."
Lyssa Borham, UN Women