Updated September 22, 2018 05:37:53It’s the year 2018.
It’s been a rollercoaster ride for the company that once promised to revolutionize ticketing and ticketing systems.
Now it’s just one more company to crumble.
Ticketmaster is shutting down its website, according to The Associated Press.
TripAdvisor and StubHub are also shutting down.
Ticketmaster said it’s shutting down all of its ticketing products in 2018.
StubHub said it was shutting down the site in 2018, but did not say which services were affected.
TicketMaster said in a statement that it will transition to a new system and will no longer be offering services in 2018.
“We are committed to providing the best ticketing experience possible, but we recognize the challenges ahead.
We are working diligently with our partners to provide the best service possible in 2018,” the company said.
The company’s demise comes on the heels of a similar announcement by Ticketmaster in April 2018, when it said it would transition to an “open-source ticketing platform” by the end of 2019.
Tickets will be available through a new website, Ticketmaster.com, and in a new app.
TixMaster, which is based in San Francisco, said it had received more than $1 billion in venture funding since it launched in 2014, including more than half of that from venture capitalists.
In the last three years, the company has grown from a small online ticketing site to a major online ticket seller with nearly 3 million customers.
It operates ticketing services for major events like the Super Bowl, concerts and sporting events, as well as some smaller events.
It has also made a name for itself in the travel industry, with tickets selling for as little as $5 to $20, but it has struggled to compete with rivals like StubHub, who charge higher prices.
Tox.com is still online.
Tickets for the Superbowl and NBA Finals are available through Ticketmaster, but they are also available through StubHub.