Next you’ll want to add tickets if your event does not have sub events. If you have sub events, you should define your tickets for each sub event.

A ticket is what the attendee is purchasing or registering for. A ticket can be free or there can be a cost associated with it. You can have multiple tickets per event or sub event. For example, a concert could have VIP seating tickets and general admission tickets.

To add tickets to your main event, click the Add Ticket button.

  1. Enter the name of the ticket. The attendee will see this name during the registration process.
  2. Enter the price of the ticket. Enter 0 if this is a free event
  3. Enter the quantity of tickets available. If you have unlimited availability, set the quantity to 0.

Define an event - adding tickets

For additional ticketing options, click or tap on the More Options button to the right of the ticket quantity field.

  1. Enter the ticket availability date range. When you click in that field, the calendar widget will be displayed. Select the date to begin selling tickets on the left side. Select date to end selling tickets on the right. Click APPLY to make those changes.
  2. Enter the sort order for this ticket in relation to all other tickets for this event.
  3. Enter a description of the ticket and indicate if you’d like the registrant to see this description.
  4. Indicate if there is a maximum number of tickets per order.

Define an event - more ticket options

To create another ticket for this event, you may click on the Add Ticket button again or you may click on the Clone button to duplicate a ticket.

Define an event - clone tickets

To delete a ticket, click or tap on the Trash can icon to the right of the quantity field. This cannot be undone!