365 Tickets removes the need to queue at theme parks, museums, castles, aquariums and sightseeing tours by selling tickets over the internet at the lowest possible price.
It caters for all of the UK’s top sites and has also expanded into the international market, selling tickets for over 80 attractions in the US, including the Statue of Liberty, the Kennedy Space Centre and Gracelands, and Holland.
Next month it will add Vienna, Dublin and Prague to its ever-growing list.
365 Tickets is the brainchild of André Flambard and co-owner Frederick Kahn.
Jersey is at the heart of the operation and all attractions on the site are selected and monitored in the Island, the e-mail and telephone help desk is manned in Jersey and all the accounting is carried out at the company’s New Street office.
Founded in 1999, the company has tripled its turnover year-on-year and it expects to sell over £5m worth of tickets in 2005.
Most customers spend around £60 per purchase.