Why you should Split it with PayPal



There’s nothing like a live event for a great night or even weekend. However, it’s the people around us who help creating those memories we talk about for years to come. Your first Glastonbury. Your birthday at Ministry of Sound. That time Dave got lost at Download Festival….

PayPal has launched Split it with PayPal, to help you split the costs with friends when buying tickets for the group, meaning you can get paid back easily after checkout.

What is Split it with PayPal?

Split it with PayPal allows you to split the cost of a purchase with your friends and family immediately after you checkout at seetickets.com.

 How does Split it with PayPal work?

Purchase your tickets on seetickets.com and look for the Split it with PayPal button on the confirmation page. Log in to Paypal or create an account and then add the mobile numbers or emails of the people you want to split your payment with. Don’t forget to add the amount you want them to pay!

How does it work for my friends?

They will receive an alert letting them know you have requested a payment, including what for and how much they owe. They need to log in to their PayPal account (or create one) and click on the link, then quickly and easily transfer the money.

 What if my friend doesn’t pay?

Your friend will receive an email telling them the details of the split. If they don’t pay you they will receive an automated reminder email – or you can send one – until they do pay.

So, it’s like splitting the bill at a restaurant?

It’s easier. One person takes care of the cost and then messages the others with the money request. No arithmetic in your head, no trying to work out change, and no missing out on tickets because you’re waiting for money from friends.

Why not try splitting the costs with your group of friends on your next adventure.

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