Available only through the POBO and DBBO box office version, you can print out bulk ticket stock if you have a Boca ticket printer hooked up. On the main menu in the box office you will see a “Ticket Stock” button. Click on this to get started!
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When receiving your ticket printer, feel free to give us a call or contact your service rep. We will be happy to do a remote or in person session to setup your printer at no cost. There is also a set of instructions included. If you are more of the ..Read more
When receiving your ticket printer, feel free to give us a call/email or contact your service rep. We will be happy to do a remote or in person session to setup your printer at no cost. There is also a set of instructions included. If you are more of the ..Read more
A promoter sale is any sale done on your event page while logged into your account. When you are logged into your account, you will be able to buy a ticket just like your customers can through the event page. You will see special options during checkout that are only ..Read more
First, click on the “Edit” button to edit the event you would like to modify. Then scroll down to the “Ticket Pricing and Options” section and click the “Options” button for the ticket you would like to hide or mark as sold out.
After this you will see a number of ..Read more
This can be easily set in the ticket type options. You will need to go into the “Options” button and then you will see the option to absorb the fee or pass it to the customer. By default, service fees will always be passed along to the customer.
Under “Ticket Pricing and Options” add another ticket type by clicking on the + button below the last ticket type. After this, click on the drop down menu and you will find the “User-Defined” option. After you click on this you will see a place where you can put the ..Read more
When you have your Advanced Pricing Rules on a Ticket Type, you will see a quantity field at the top. This quantity box defines how many tickets there are available to sell in total. Within the pricing rules, you can define a quantity of tickets to sell in order to ..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.
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