Twickets is a fan-to-fan ticket exchange where the price of tickets is never more than the original face value. It was set up to counter the profiteering resale sites which encourage ticket touting.
We have teamed up with Queens Park Rangers to allow season ticket holders who can no longer attend a match to sell their ticket at face value (or less) to other fans. The face value will be dictated by whatever price is set for the match by the club. You can trade tickets securely through our service, with payment and delivery all agreed upfront.
Both sellers and buyers pay a fee per ticket in the event of a successful sale.
Users must have a PayPal account to sell, and buyers can purchase with all major debit / credit cards as well as PayPal.
Download the Twickets app to trade tickets, or use the links on this page to buy or sell for QPR matches.
How does it work for QPR fans?
If you are selling your season ticket for a particular match, then you will need to list the ticket as a paper ticket. When sold, the club will cancel your ticket for the match and issue a new ticket to the buyer; no further action is required on your behalf.
If you are buying tickets then you will be informed whether your tickets will be posted to you, or made available to collect at the ground before the game. If you are collecting tickets, please bring photo ID with you.
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