See Tickets Customer Service Numbers

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What is the Customer Service Number to Call at?:
For any type of assistance you can call at tel: +44 0901 226 1925.

Where is See Tickets Head Office Located at?
The corporate office is located at 2nd Floor, Norfolk House, 47 Upper Parliament Street, Nottingham, NG1 2AB, United Kingdom.
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What is See Tickets in the Process of?

See Tickets is the name with which a company named 'See Group Limited' sell tickets for number of events held over in the country such as sporting events, musical shows, comedy shows etc. That company is owned and operated by Vivendi SA, a media and telecommunications group based in Paris, France. The company is having over 2000 companies as clients which conducts many above listed events in the country. Their clients includes many like as SJM Concerts, The Really Useful Group, Glastonbury Festivals and the Ryder Cup. The company was created following a merger between 'Really Useful Theatres' and 'Way Ahead' companies. After that Way Ahead was bought by Really Useful in the year 2002.