DDTs are tickets allocated to participants who are deeply involved in making the event and the movement happen. These tickets are allocated so that they are guaranteed access to a ticket, and can continue their projects, planning, and volunteer work without being concerned whether they can participate or not.
There are two types of DDTs:
Only portfolio or project leads will receive a batch of tickets to allocate out. The aim of these tickets is to ensure those who need them are able to access a ticket that guarantees their attendance.
It’s recommended you draw up a set criteria to determine who will get a DDT. For example, you could determine a set number of hours or project sessions a person needs to be involved in order to qualify for a ticket. Your criteria should obviously also include participation/volunteerism throughout the year.
There are two important factors to take into consideration:
General Sales 1: Tues 5th Dec 2017 12H00 noon to Thurs 7th Dec 2017 12H00 noon
General Sales 2: Tues 27th Feb 2018 12H00 noon to Thurs 1st Mar 2018 12H00 noon
There are two batches of DDT’s that will be released. The first batch needs to be allocated by Friday 1st December, and purchased during the period stated below. The second batch will need to be allocated between the 8th December and the 23rd February, and purchased during the two week period stated below.
DDT Sale 1:
Mon 27th Nov 2017 12H00 noon to Mon 4th Dec 2017 12H00 noon
(allocation between Mon 2nd Oct and Fri 1st Dec)
DDT Sale 2:
Monday 19th Feb 2018 12H00 noon to Mon 26th Feb 2018 12H00 noon
(allocation between Mon 8th Dec and Fri 23rd Feb)
You as the person allocating these tickets have until the end of the ticket sales week to allocate tickets. However, you shouldn’t leave allocations until the last minute! It’s unfair on the person purchasing the ticket to have to fit into the time restraints you impose on them. If they don’t buy their tickets in the allocated times above, they will lose out.
Doubling up: Because our community and volunteers are so marvellous, and get involved in multiple portfolios and projects, there are situations where someone might allocate a DDT to the same person. Only one ticket can be allocated to each person – so make sure you find out if they may be allocated one from another project or portfolio.
As you know, every single person needs a Burner Bio in order to redeem their ticket.
When making contact with them, please get them to ensure that the ID number in their Burner Bio is correct and inline with the ID number you will be linking their ticket to. If it’s not correct, get them to change it by logging into their Burner Bio and editing their info before trying to purchase their ticket.
Get your Collective members to check here if they have the correct information.
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact your Collective or portfolio leads.