Of course. You can also buy tickets for your friends using their personal Smartum exercise and culture vouchers with a power of attorney. You cannot use another person’s electronic Smartum payment instruments to buy tickets.

With vouchers, the power of attorney must include the name of the benefit user, the serial numbers of the user’s vouchers, and the user’s signature. The power of attorney must be presented when buying the tickets. Remember that each person must also write their name on the back of their vouchers in clear writing.

Please notice! The power of attorney must be printed and brought in a physical form with you when you are buying the tickets.

You can find a printable template for a proxy here.


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