A New Chapter for Food Tourism and EzTix

For a decade, we’ve celebrated our love of culinary tourism alongside Partners around the world. You’ve introduced many of us at EzTix to authentic experiences and flavours that are second to none. As we settle into this new decade, we can’t wait for the new adventures on the horizon with you and the rest of […]

Updated February 26, 2020

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New Feature: Vendor Management Featuring Notifications

Successful tour or activity businesses work hand in hand with local vendors. For example, food tours need to update each stop with guest counts and dietary needs. Because of this, operators are doing manual vendor notifications by phone or in person. Automate this process and save time and money! Vendor Management is now live for […]

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Hurricane Dorian: What You Need to Know

Hurricane Dorian is expected to hit Florida with the strength of a Category 4 storm sometime around Tuesday. All of us at EzTix are standing by to help our Friends, Partners, and guests in any way we can. For our Partners in affected areas, your guests will be eager for updates on which experiences are […]

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Happy Pride Month!

Our LGBTQ Partners, guests, and staff all #MakeItEz to #MakeItLove every single day, so we’re thrilled to help celebrate them throughout June. Here’s an interview with a new Partner, but an old friend to EzTix, Thomas Alderson. He’s producing a big variety show called “Drag Up Your Pride” during Toronto’s Pride Festival. Taking to the stage […]

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Growing Your Tour Business with Collaborations

Finding new potential revenue streams is vital for tourism and event businesses. Market leaders are finding ways to get further ahead while up and comers are looking to gain a bit of ground. The fact you’re not alone may actually be the key to increasing revenues. The Great Pizza Tour Collusion of 2019 At the […]

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Restrictions, Bans Hit Walking Tours

As walking tours continue to surge in popularity around the world, we’re beginning to see a little frustration here and there. While the vast majority of tours are incredibly conscious of their neighbors, new rules are starting to spring up. In Amsterdam, they’re even doing outright bans. One of the first food tours I ever took […]

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The Power of Destination Marketing Organizations – Interview with Midgi Moore of Juneau Food Tours

Visitors to Juneau, Alaska, need to remember two very important tips to make the most of their time. First, try not to blink because the scenery and wildlife are absolutely spectacular. Second, go find Midgi Moore. The owner and operator of Juneau Food Tours moved to the Alaskan capital in 2009, but today she’s the […]

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Broadway’s Chilina Kennedy on Thinking Outside the Theatre

Eight times a week at New York’s Stephen Sondheim Theatre, Chilina Kennedy belts out the Carole King hit, “Natural Woman”. Kennedy is, after all, playing the iconic hitmaker in the Broadway musical Beautiful. As we arranged this interview, however, Chilina’s packing her bags for a few days off, at least from her Broadway gig. About a […]

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5 Must See Arival Sessions for Tours

As a tour operator, you may feel sometimes a bit left out in the cold when it comes to international travel conferences. Your needs are very different than those of hotels, airlines, or large scale event producers. Thankfully, we have Arival. Only a few years old, Arival is all about creating brilliant in-destination experiences.  We […]

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Use Landing Pages to Sell More Tickets

Tours and events are very attractive to groups and, therefore, an important market. Corporate events, private excursions, and bachelorette parties are important revenue opportunities with specific needs. Your website’s homepage, however, should be focused on answering the questions of your ideal guest. If group shoppers can’t easily find the information they need, they’re most likely […]

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