Global attraction tickets specialist 365 Tickets has ceased trading and is to be wound up.
The company traded under the names 365 Global Tickets and 365 Tickets International, and was registered in Jersey.
All 19 staff – 17 based in Jersey and two on the UK mainland – have lost their jobs.
Founded in 1997, the company offered tickets for attractions in tourist destinations across the world, from New York and London to Dubai and Sydney.
The company claimed it had sold more than five million tickets to attractions and insolvency practitioners said it has folded due to the impact on sales of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Its website has been updated to say it is “unable to offer tickets for sale at this time” and its phone number is no longer in use.
CVR Global has been appointed as insolvency practitioners. Director Adrian Rabet said: “We can confirm that the directors of the two companies have, with regret, ceased trading due to the impacts of Covid-19 on the travel and leisure industry.
“The companies have a 20-year history but, like many others in the sector, have seen their business wiped out almost instantly by the coronavirus pandemic.”
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