WPEventin lets you create tickets for your attendees. The ticketing option allows you to set a price for your ticket or 🔹Sell Tickets for FREE🔹 You have to install and activate the WooCommerce plugin if you want to use this feature. If you want to offer free tickets for the event attendee but get the participant to register into the event, then install and activate the WooCommerce plugin and set the ticket price as zero.
🔹 NOTE: WPEventin manages Ticket Stock simultaneously with WooCommerce so you will see the Ticket Stock updated exactly like WooCommerce.
The first option in the General Settings tab will let you Sell on WooCommerce. If you wish to sell tickets, turn on the settings and make sure that your WooCommerce plugin is installed and activated. You will also find an option to set Price Label Text.
You can sell your products through the Eventin plugin. We’re using Woocommerce for this feature in our plugin. So, you can use all payment gateway which is support by WooCommerce.
After activating WooCommerce, you can display your registration form in the event sidebar. 🔹 NOTE: You can not use this if you do not activate WooCommerce.
From your dashboard, go to Eventin -> Events then edit one of your events. Once you go to the editor, scroll down and you will see ticketing options. Here you can choose to set Limited Tickets which will prompt a text box where you can set the No. of Tickets available for your event. You will also see an option to set the Ticket Price.🔹 NOTE: If you set your ticket price to ‘0’, then your attendees can purchase tickets for FREE! You do not need to activate any extra settings for this feature.
WooCommerce lets you set an event ticket as a virtual product. Go to Eventin -> Events then Add New or edit an event. You will see a title that says Virtual Product. Selecting “Yes” will make your event ticket a virtual product. It will handle all behaviors related to Woocommerce Virtual Product and remove Shipping Fees.
You can add WooCommerce tax to your event tickets. First, you need to set your tax status by going to WooCommerce -> Settings -> Tax. Here, you need to set the Standard Rates tax option.
To add Standard Rate tax to your event, go to Eventin -> Events from your dashboard. Select an event and find the heading Tax Status. You can select “Yes” to make your event taxable.
🔹 NOTE: You can only add Standard Rates tax to your events. Any other tax option will not be added to your event.
WPEventin Ticket Stock Management works exactly like WooCommerce. When you change the status of the tickets from WooCommerce, it will instantly be updated on Eventin and show the updated ticket stock data on your event page.🔹 NOTE: WPEventin manages Ticket Stock simultaneously with WooCommerce so you will see the Ticket Stock updated exactly like WooCommerce.
Ticket Purchaser will get an email with attendee ticket details once they register. Unique Tickets with Unique Ticket ID for all attendees will be sent to Purchaser email. 🔹 NOTE: You can read our documentation on Event Attendee to learn more about these features related to Attendee management. You will also find details on how Unique Ticket ID is created for attendees. (We are continuously updating to improve our ticket design)
To track your ticket purchase report, you can go to your dashboard then Eventin -> Purchase Report, and select the event. You can click on the event to check the Invoice, Customer Name, Email, Payment Type, Total Tickets, Status, and Date. An option to export these data to CSV format is also available. 🔹 NOTE: Purchase report history in this format and exporting it to CSV is a PRO Feature. In WPEventin FREE version, you can get the invoice details on your event editor page.
You can use the Elementor Widget for Eventin Ticket to add the ticket purchase form to your event page. Drag and Drop the Elementor widget anywhere on your event page. 🔹 NOTE: You can edit the Price Label Text from your dashboard from Eventin -> Settings -> General Settings -> Price Label Text.