*Required Tutorial: Learn the basics of editing posts/pages before you continue.
Tickets are created and managed on a per post/page basis. Payments and invoices are tracked through the WooCommerce Orders area.
Tickets are provided by a plugin called ‘Event Tickets Plus’. To learn more please see their documentation and support area.
Overview & Tutorial Video
Create free tickets: select RSVP
Create paid tickets: select WooCommerce
If a user RSVP’s for a free ticket, they will complete your custom registration form. Then a copy of the ticket details will be automatically emailed to them.
If a user is purchasing a ticket (for a set fee), they will complete the custom registration form and then are sent to the shopping cart for checkout. The checkout process is managed by WooCommerce and connected to your payment processor. Users can enter in a coupon code at checkout or add other items to their cart before paying. Once payment has been approved (order marked as complete) users will be emailed a copy of the ticket.
If you would like to collect attendee specific details you can add custom fields to the registration form. These details, along with attendee names are stored on the post/page that is hosting your tickets. At anytime you can review attendees, manage stock or download/export a list of attendees and their registration data.
Specific Setup Notes
Where can I use tickets?
Tickets will primarily be use on pages. You can adjust the settings to have tickets appear on any other post type, go to: Events > Settings > Tickets (select the box beside the template you want them to appear on).