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Cairo Opera House tickets made available on TicketsMall platform

Cairo Opera House tickets made available via TicketsMall App

The opera house chief renews trust and extends the deal with Fawry Dahab over the e-ticketing platform for three years.

11 May 2022 (Cairo, Egypt) – Fawry, the leading provider of banking technology and electronic payment solutions, has announced that it renewed its contract with the Cairo Opera House to provide electronic payment services to operagoers via its e-ticketing platform TicketsMall. The application is designed to make online ticket booking easy and secure, thus delivering an exceptional experience to the audience.

As per the agreement, TicketsMall, developed by Fawry Dahab company, will be the online booking platform for Cairo Opera House events for the next three years. The renewal reflects the profound confidence of the prestigious entity, headed by Dr. Magdy Saber, and its large audience in the technological solutions provided by Fawry Dahab. It also adds to the successes chalked by the company in the few recent months in dealing with the governmental sector, thanks to its innovative systems and persistence to keep pace with international developments in digital payments which Fawry Dahab provides the Egyptian local market with, in addition to other various payment channels.

Furthermore, for the first time in Egypt, ticket prices can be paid in installments via TicketsMall. The service is available through five banks so far, namely the National Bank of Egypt (NBE), Banque Misr, Bank Audi, Al Ahli Bank of Kuwait, and Emirates NBD. The platform allows customers to choose the Installment option as well as a repayment period that ranges from three to twelve months.

“We are proud of this partnership with Fawry Dahab, the leading company that holds the largest share in Egypt’s electronic payment market. Hence, in our bid to achieve digital integration, we selected it to provide the Cairo Opera House’s audience with unique, outstanding electronic payment and installment services and easier payment experience,” said Dr. Magdy Saber, chairman of Cairo Opera House.

Meanwhile, Eng. Ashraf Sabry, the CEO of Fawry and the managing director of Fawry Dahab, commented: “We are excited to provide digital solutions and payment services through TicketsMall platform to the Egyptian operagoers. Such a partnership brings us closer to our targeted strategy of realizing the financial inclusion and accelerating the digital transformation in our society.” He explained that the agreement was not the first of its kind for Fawry, which clinched many agreements and partnerships with different government sectors to deliver technological solutions, in alignment with the national policies aiming to build a digital Egypt.

“For the first time in Egypt, a smartphone application (TicketsMall) is launched to assist in organizing the concerts. The app, converted from a website, features a smart wallet to help users and audience book tickets to Cairo Opera House concerts. Payment is made through Fawry Dahab’s numerous channels. So, TicketsMall offers flexibility to customers and allows them to pay online in multiple ways. It is a facility that is suitable for different segments of society and is aimed to serve easily and smoothly. Through the e-ticketing app, tickets can also be sent to the customers to save time and guarantee security,” Mr. Sabry added.

Cairo Opera House is one of the oldest artistic hubs in the Middle East. It is distinguished by its enlightened audience since it was first established in 1869. It organizes events that deepen and nourish the artistic, creative sense in society. Digitalizing payment methods would help the operagoers attend concerts thrown by the greatest Egyptian and Arab singers and vocalists by getting the tickets in the easiest way.


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