Applications for a .tickets domain name are subject to a verification of personal information.
Undertake one of the following procedures:
1. If your domain name could conflict with trademarks, the application will be placed in "pending to create" status and published in a list available at the following address:
http://go.pardot.com/e/134711/2016-03-01/41n3n/2837901 for 60 days. When it enters this period, the competing registrants have to demonstrate to the registry that they are authorised to register for the domain name in question. The registry will analyse the requests and assign the domain name to the applicant with the appropriate rights. If a third party makes a rival application before the end of the period, and the original registrant cannot demonstrate his eligibility within the deadline, his request will be rejected by the registry and the domain name will be assigned to the first third party who can prove that he has the necessary rights. If such cases where the registry refuses the original request no audit fees will be reimbursed.
2. In all other cases, domain names will be assigned once the registry has verified the personal information and within five days of the application. Applications for a .tickets domain name are subject to a period of five days to verify personal information.
Valid rights accepted by the Registry:
A national or regional trademark registered in the ticketing sector.
A term or name used in the ticketing sector (hallmark).
You can renew on ovh.com.au or in the
via the "my products" section.
If the domain name is not renewed in time, it will go into the redemption period.
During this time, the owner will be able to reactivate it
directly on this page.
Once the redemption period has expired, the domain name will be definitely deleted and will be available for purchase again.
If you have automatic renewal, your domain will be automatically renewed before the expiry date. You will have the option of cancelling your automatic renewal two months before your domain name expires.
Warning emails 60, 30, 15, 7 and 3 days before the expiry date:
Email the day of expiration for notification of suspension of a domain name.
Email following the Redemption Grace Period for notification of deletion of domain name.