Advanced pricing rules allow you to create pre-defined tiered pricing. Price changes can be triggered based on the quantity of tickets sold and/or a specified date. For example, you can create a pricing rule which will allow your tickets to begin selling at $10 until the first 100 tickets are ..Read more
While creating or editing your event, under Ticket Pricing and Options, you will see your ticket types. Under this is a button with a + symbol that says “Add Ticket Type”. Click on this and you will create another ticket type to edit.
The first section under the basics will have an option where you can mark your event as hidden. Once you do this, it will not be visible on our home page or throughout the web portal. The only way people can access your event is by direct link that you ..Read more
When creating or editing any event, you will find this in the “Additional Options” near the bottom. Look for “Add a custom notice or terms and conditions to the transaction”. Once you select and fill in your terms and conditions, you will have the option to require your customers to ..Read more
A recurring event is an event that repeats for a number of days. For example, if you have a performance Thursday through Sunday every week for 2 months. With this you only have to create one event and it will create as many individual event pages as you would like. ..Read more
While editing your event you will see a button in the upper right corner of all your ticket types with 4 arrows pointing in all directions. This is the rearrange button. Click and hold this button, then drag your ticket type to its proper positioning. Make sure you save or ..Read more
You can easily create a package within your event by adding a new ticket type and choosing the option “Group/Package”. You are able to set all of the same options as you would for a normal ticket type. The main difference is at the bottom you will be able to ..Read more
When you use the revenue distribution, this will allow you to allocate revenue to each event from the season pass ticket price. For example, let’s say you are selling a $100 package deal with 3 events, where one event sells tickets for $100 dollars, one does it for $50 and ..Read more
When creating a season pass, I am asked if I will be using magnetic cards, wristbands, or RFID. What is this about?
You have the ability to create a pass/package where you can give your customers one ticket for access to multiple days or sections of your event. For example if you have a weekend long event and you want to sell a single ticket that will be good for Friday, Saturday, ..Read more
Before you make a season pass, you must first create all of the individual events that will be part of the pass. Once this is done, then you will be able to create your pass/package. To create a season pass you must click on “Create New Event” on the top ..Read more