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Purchase #yycoktoberfest Drink Tickets Online

Avoid the drink ticket lines by buying your tickets at pintsender.com

Purchase #yycoktoberfest Drink Tickets Online

Now you can purchase #yycoktoberfest drink/food tickets online! Head over to PintSender.com or click the button below to get started:

Buy Drink Tickets at pintsender.com

 

How it works

1. Choose the tickets

Choose how many tickets you want to purchase and click “Purchase” or “Send to a Friend”, if you’re feeling generous. If you chose to send tickets to a friend, you’ll be prompted to enter their email or phone number.

2. Enter your payment info

Enter credit card info and complete your purchase. You’ll be prompted to log in if you haven’t already. If you haven’t created a PintSender account, you’ll need to do that to proceed.

3. Redeem

If you want to redeem a ticket right away, choose the tickets you want to redeem and go to the vendor.

Note, you will also receive an email and / or a text message with a tickets link for later reference.

Show your phone to the server. They will hit a couple buttons and then hand over the goods.

That’s it! Enjoy!

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