How to Book Tickets

At ticketsWA you can make secure online bookings, with no booking charges, 24 hours a day. If you have difficulty booking, read the Frequently Asked Questions or Contact Us.

Booking tickets is easy – we think it’s pretty intuitive. Here’s how you do it.

Step 1. Find your event at ticketsWA

You can use the quick search options at the top of every ticketsWA page to search by one factor, or an Advanced Search will let you combine criteria. Or you can just browse around.

When you’ve found your event, click on the blue GET TICKETS button on the left.

Step 2 Tickets and Dates

Put in the number of tickets you want, and the specific date and time you want. If there’s only one performance, it will already be selected. If you have a promotional code, now is the time to enter it on the right. If the event has reserved seating you can click CHOOSE SEATS, otherwise click BEST AVAILABLE and jump to Step 4.

Step 3 Choosing Your Seat (if the event has reserved seating)

Available seats are yellow. Selecting a seat turns it black – you can select and unselect as many times as you like. When you’re finished, click the Print at Home Tickets delivery method button and then scroll down below the seating plan to choose your ticket types. 

Step 4 Ticket Types

The event may have different ticket types and a range of prices. Enter the number of tickets you want for each type. No need for zeroes.

Step 5 Payment information

Carefully check the summary that your tickets are for the right event, date, time and are the right ticket type.

Enter your payment details. You must include a contact telephone number and an email address.

Tell us how you heard about the event, agree to the Terms & Conditions by ticking the tick-box and click FINALISE ORDER.

Step 6 Receive Your Tickets

You will receive an email with your ticket(s) as an attached PDF. Just print the PDF and you’re done!

If you don’t receive your email within 10-15 minutes (it’s usually much faster), chances are your email software has marked it as junk or spam, so please check for it there. 

If you're still having trouble, take a look at the Frequently Asked Questions or contact us.