Create events, sell tickets, track sales, and run reports effortlessly in a single platform.
Manage all your athletics and activities with an all-in-one platform for scheduling, ticketing, communications, and reporting.
Thousands of Athletic Directors nationwide partner with GoFan for mobile ticketing and event management. We take pride in empowering athletic leaders to save time, increase revenue, and create meaningful experiences for their staff, students, and communities.
In addition to mobile payments, you also have the option to use card readers at the gate to provide more payment flexibility for fans.
Accept onsite credit card payments, Apple Pay, or Google Pay with GoFan Box Office. iPads are paired with card readers for easy onsite sales. Embedded connectivity means you won’t need Wi-Fi at the ticket window.
“With GoFan, our administration has greater visibility into ticket sales across campus. We’re also able to reduce our event personnel expenses and provide an enhanced experience for our fans.”
“GoFan has totally changed the face of our fans’ experience when entering sporting events in our district. GoFan is quick, easy, safe, and reliable. We're grateful to have such an amazing ticketing system for our fans and stadium workers."
“If you give people an option, they will defer to the old way. So for us, it was important to be ALL IN. We had a little resistance in the beginning, and now GoFan is the best financial solution we could have asked for! We’re never going back!”
“Our principal and I have received calls and emails from fans thanking us for going 100% digital. GoFan is easier and safer. Our bookkeepers are happy. It’s been a phenomenal experience.”
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