How to Send Tickets from Apple Wallet

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Apple's Wallet app is a really great way to organize your credit cards and travel tickets. However, you might not have known that you can easily share your boarding passes or train tickets via AirDrop so your friends and family can stay informed about your travel plans. Here' how to send tickets from Apple Wallet.

Why You'll Love This Tip:

  • Quickly share your traveling ticket information with a friend.
  • Keep your friends and family informed about your travel plans.

How to Share Tickets in Apple Wallet

This could also be super useful if you need to send a boarding pass or train ticket to a child. This way, they'll have it on their phone and will be less likely to lose it. If you like learning cool tips about your Apple devices, be sure to sign up for our free Tip of the Day!

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  1. Open the Wallet app.

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  2. Tap your ticket.

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  3. Tap the Share icon.

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  4. Tap AirDrop.

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  5. Choose which device to AirDrop your ticket to.

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And that's how you AirDrop a boarding pass to another person. This also works for train tickets, concert tickets, and other items that you can add to Apple Wallet.

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Author Details

Rachel Needell

Rachel Needell is a Feature Writer at iPhone Life, and a poet and author. With 10-plus years of experience working with Apple devices, she specializes in all-things iPad and is a Notes App expert, having worked on both the 2023 iPad Guide and the Notes App Guide. You can usually find her writing in the Daily Tip newsletter as one of our senior Tip writers. Rachel received her Master’s degree in English Literature in 2021 and her most recent work appears in the Winter ’21 edition of New Note Poetry. When she’s not obsessing about Apple products, you can find her voraciously reading fantasy books with her cat in Asheville, North Carolina.