How To

How To Resell Oztix Tickets

Oztix is one of the top ticketing platforms in Australia chances are, you’ve used their tickets no matter where you are in the country.

An example of an Oztix ticket

Tixel has an official integration with Oztix that makes reselling your tickets a breeze!

Ticket upload and Finding Your Oztix Ticket

To sell your Oztix ticket on Tixel, you must first upload a PDF file.

When you bought your ticket(s), Oztix sent you an email with a file attachment — a PDF file that contains one or more tickets. If you haven’t received that email or if you deleted it by accident, you can download the very same PDF file by logging into your Oztix account and navigating to the “Orders” page.

It’s very important to note here that Tixel doesn’t accept PDF files that have been modified— you cannot use a text or graphics editor to, let’s say, cut out some of the pages.

You can skip some of the tickets (if your PDF file has multiple pages/tickets) later on Tixel anyway.

Oztix places multiple tickets on the same page, but with Tixel you can select exactly which tickets to sell!

Ticket Details

Once you have your PDF file ready, click “Sell tickets” in the top menu, you will be presented with a file upload dialogue:

You can simply drag your PDF file over to the grey box, or you can click on it and choose the file the “old fashion” way. A few seconds later, you will be redirected to a ticket and price selection prompt:

Choose tickets that you are planning to sell by clicking the red toggle on the ticket stub. You will see details of every ticket — eg. date, price, address, barcode, page number and buyer name to help you understand what is what.

After you have chosen tickets to sell, you can use a price slider to adjust your selling price. There is no minimum price but the maximum price is capped at 10% over the face value, meaning if you bought your ticket for 50 dollars, you can only sell it for 55 dollars or less.

Why do we cap prices like that? Because Tixel is a platform for fans selling tickets to other fans, not for scalpers or scammers!

What follows is pretty straight forward — we will ask you for your personal details such as full name and address, and bank account details where we should transfer your funds once the ticket is sold.

That’s it — after the final confirmation, your ticket listing goes live! Most tickets sell within a couple of hours of being listed.


At Tixel we use our own Safe Scan technology to ensure uploaded PDF files are real Oztix ticket. All buyers have their identities verified to avoid scammers and funds and tickets are safely protected.