Oklahoma State Battles Ticket Fraud with Technology

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Many colleges have made the switch to electronic ticketing, if only temporarily, to keep contact to a minimum during the pandemic, but Oklahoma State University went virtual with its All Sports Pass for students in fall 2019. Now, the Cowboys are facing a new concern — fraud.

As reported by student newspaper The O'Colly, OSU announced this spring that the All Sports Pass was moving to SafeTix, a ticket service through Ticketmaster focused on preventing ticket fraud through new technology.

“We just don’t want anyone taking advantage of the situation at the expense of someone else,” said Payton Phillips, director of strategic marketing and ticket sales since 2019.

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