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  • Eventbrite’s wristbands could replace tickets
  • Eventbrite’s wristbands could replace tickets
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Eventbrite’s wristbands could replace tickets

No matter how well planned an event is, there are always going to be queues, be it for the bar, the toilets or the merch table. Ticketing platform Eventbrite is attempting to smooth this out, replacing its regular paper tickets with RFID wristbands that bring a whole host of advantages.

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