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Authentication to the Tickitto API is performed via the request header. You will need to provide your API key in the key header field. You do not need to provide a password.

All endpoints need authentication to be passed in the header. API requests without authentication will fail.

API requests must be made over HTTPS. Calls made over plain HTTP will fail.

Your API keys are associated with your account settings, such as booking fees and search restrictions. We also associate ticket transactions that occur on your platform with those API Keys, so it is essential to keep them secure and far from client-side code or publicly accessible areas such as GitHub.

Note: your API Keys can be requested from your dedicated Tickitto account manager.

You can retrieve any metadata and settings related to your account via:


GET tickitto.tech/api/authentication/account


"_id": "string",
"name": "string",
"booking_fee_settings": "object"


_id string

Tickitto's unique identifier for a distribution partner.

Ex: 5f097b103dee8dd2a228bd437

name string

The distribution partner's name.

Ex: Tickitto Travel

booking fee settings object

The additional booking fee on tickets as specified by you and communicated to your Tickitto account manager.