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Important information regarding the Corona (COVID-19) virus

UPDATE 24-3-2020

The Cabinet has announced additional measures as of March 23, 2020. These measures include the ban on holding events that are subject to licensing or notification, up to June 1, 2020 .

All other meetings are prohibited until at least April 6, 2020. However, this may be reconsidered until that date.

We ask you once again for patience given this unusual situation of force majeure, and to wait for the information from the organization.




UPDATE 13-3-2020

Yesterday (March 12), the government decided that public events with more than 100 visitors should be canceled until further notice. This measure is effective until March 31, 2020.

For information on the state of affairs, we advise you to consult the website or facebook page of the organization.

If the event for which you bought tickets is canceled, you will be informed as soon as possible. If the event continues, there is no right to a refund or exchange.

We ask you to be patient in view of this unusual situation of force majeure, and to wait for the information from the organization.

Do you have questions about ordering tickets, or have a problem printing them? Please find an answer to your question in the FAQ below.

For questions regarding the event, please refer to the website of the event organization.


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FAQ

I have ordered and paid for e-tickets, but did not receive a confirmation mail from Link2Ticket.
It is possible your provider or e-mail client falsely marked your confirmation e-mail as spam. Please check your spamfolder. Didn't find your confirmation e-mail? Fill out your email address above and receive your tickets immmediately.
When I print my tickets, the barcode and my personal information is missing on the ticket?
Your Adobe Reader is not working properly. Install Adobe Reader again to solve this. A link to the Adobe Reader download page can be found in our confirmation e-mail.
My confirmation mail contains two attachments, being E-tickets.pdf and M-ticket.gif. Which one should I print and bring to the event?
You can use the M-tickets in case you received them on your mobile phone. Show the M-ticket(s) at he venue entrance. If you do not have your M-ticket available, or prefer to print out your ticket, please use the E-ticket in PDF format.
I don't have a printer, can I order tickets anyway?
You don't need a printer to order tickets. Your tickets will be sent by e-mail in a PDF file and as a mobile compatible image. Show your tickets at the venue entrance. Most events allow you to receive your tickets by SMS. You will receive a web link to your tickets. In case you don't have internet on your mobile phone, there is another solution: forward the confirmation mail to friends/family/office and have your ticket printed there!
I have ordered and paid for e-tickets, but did not receive a confirmation mail from Link2Ticket.
You wil receive a confirmation e-mail including your ticket in PDF and mobile formaat.
My tickets do not contain any barcodes, is this correct?
Link2Ticket does not use the old fashioned barcode, but works with the more advanced QR-code (2D barcode). Please make sure this square code will be clearly visible on your paper ticket or mobile phone.

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