TOPMAN, NSW — A new topman delivery app will cost you $50 if you buy a $100 ticket to the Sydney Opera House, and $50 otherwise.
The new Topman app will give you the option to pay up front and receive a free ticket at the box office, or to wait until you have already bought your ticket.
If you already have tickets, you’ll get a free Topman ticket, or $25 off an extra topman ticket if you’ve already bought tickets.
Tickets will also be available to purchase on the app from 11am to 5pm on weekdays and from 6pm to 11pm on weekends.
There’s no limit on how many times you can buy tickets in a day.
Topman is a company owned by Amazon and Google, and it was acquired by Topman in 2015.
Topmen is a one-stop ticketing and booking service that allows users to make reservations online, book their tickets on demand and track their delivery dates and times.
The company said the new Topmans app would allow users to save up to $100, but customers who previously bought tickets would be charged $50 to pay the extra.
“It will be worth every penny, you can’t beat that,” Topman chief operating officer Mark Latham told ABC News.
“There’s really no downside.”
Latham said the company was still reviewing how many people would be able to use the app, but he expected there would be about 100 million people using it.
He said the app would work best for people who had purchased tickets before June 15, when Topman’s website went dark, or who already bought a ticket.
“People are really excited about it,” he said.
“They can make their purchases online and pick it up and have the tickets in their pocket in a matter of minutes.”
Topman’s new app is similar to the company’s own Topman Rewards service.
But Topman also allows customers to purchase tickets online and pay in cash at the same time.
Topmans service costs $20 for unlimited travel up to two months, and can be upgraded to a $50 tier for up to three months.