The principle is simple: the more you use the application, the more points you accumulate, the more rewards you earn!
How do you earn points?
1 - By buying tickets: For every ticket you buy on Shotgun, you earn a Shotgun Jackpot scratch-off ticket. Each scratch-off ticket earns you between 10 and 2,000 points (choose your scratch-off zone carefully... 😏).
You can find them in the "My Tickets" section of your application.
2 - Using the app: synchronize your contacts, synchronize your streaming account (Spotify, Soundcloud), subscribe to artists and organizers to increase your Shotgun score.
100 points for each action completed, details of actions available in the Profile section, by clicking on your Shotgun score.
What's it for?
💸 Every 2,000 points: you unlock a $5 promo code.
You receive it by notification and email.
🎁 Plus, every 1,000 points: you unlock a new icon for your Shotgun app.
You can select the icon to use from the Profile > Settings section of your
- Are scratch tickets cumulative?
→ Yes, every ticket purchased (excluding free tickets), generates a scratch ticket. If you buy 10 tickets, you'll get 10 scratch-off tickets!
- Do scratch tickets have an expiration date?
→ No, once generated on your account, the scratch ticket is imperishable. You can decide to scratch it in 1 hour, 1 week, 1 year...
- I don't see certain actions when I click on my score from the Profile section, is this normal?
→ Yes, it's because you've already performed that action (for example: synchronize your contacts, synchronize your streaming account, etc).
- I don't understand my score, I've never scratched a ticket yet
→ Before July 2023, we had a different scoring system: we automatically awarded 42 points per ticket purchased. By switching to the new system, we've preserved users' historical scores: everyone continues to accumulate points with the new system
- I just bought a ticket and yet I didn't receive a scratch ticket, is this normal?
→ The only purchases that do not generate a scratch ticket are the following:
a) 0€ order (free ticket or fully covered by a promo code)
b) tickets transferred (for free or not)
c) tickets resold when the event is sold out (purchased via a waiting list).
In cases b) and c), the original purchaser has received a valid scratch-off ticket.
In the case of a resale outside the waiting list, the new buyer has no way of knowing the ticket is second-hand: he or she receives a scratch ticket.