Computicket is renowned for being one of South Africa’s leading ticketing companies. Over the years the company has established a reputation as a reliable provider of simple ticketing services. The company was acquired by Shoprite Holdings, which gave it a presence in every Checkers and Shoprite, making it accessible to a much broader consumer base.
Shoprite/Checkers and Pick n Pay are known for being the retail titans of the African continent. Despite the rivalry of the two companies, their histories are intertwined. Pick n Pay was founded in the late 1960s when Raymond Ackerman was fired from Checkers and went on to buy four stores to establish his own supermarket chain.
Pick n Pay offers a range of products and service to millions of customers in South Africa and across the African continent. As part of its goal to improve services to its customers, Pick n Pay has diversified its range of services to include travel packages as well as ticket-buying services.
While Computicket has established itself as a market leader in the latter industry, Pick n Pay has joined the party, providing an option for its customers through Webtickets.
Pick n Pay has partnered with Webtickets to create an easy ticketing solution.
By choosing Webtickets, customers are able to book online and pay for their ticket at any Pick n Pay Store. An added benefit is that individuals can pay for and collect tickets, 24 hours a day through Pick n Pay Express stores.
The process is simplified by the fact that no credit or debit cards are required. All you need is an active cell phone and email address.
You can also load your ticket on your Pick n Pay Smart shopper card.
Visit www.webtickets.co.za for more information.