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Create

Setting up a Basic Event

Setting up a Registration Event

Setting up a Tabled Event

Setting up to Sell Merchandise

Cloning an Event

Recycling an Event

Homepage and Images

Seating Plans Overview   


Customise

Session Times Overview   

Extending the Booking Time

Working with Tickets   

Data Collection Fields Overview   

Using Headers

Sections Overview   

Free Events Overview   

Waitlists

Donations

Creating a Tax Invoice

Terms and Conditions

Follow up Emails   

Gift Certificates Overview   


Promote

Promotional Codes Overview    

Sample Buttons

Finding the Event URL


Manage

Different Levels of Access   

Locking Your Bank Account

Introducing TryBooking to your Community

Finding a Booking

Move a Booking

Refund Overview   

Email Buyers

Changing to Daylight Savings Time


Run

Gatekeeper Scanning   


Report

Reporting Overview

Tracking Overview   


Integrate

Integrations   

Different Prices on Sessions or Sections

Assigning different price points to sessions (dates) or sections ensures that your patrons see only the prices applicable for that option. You may consider using different pricing groups for these options:

  • Opening night, where you package includes talks and cocktail parties to the event
  • VIP areas
  • Front row seats
  • Stalls vs dress circle seating
  • Tables vs standing room
  • Premium locations vs standard locations
  • Restricted view seats
  • Packaging options
  • Seats vs merchandise sales
  • Deals on only 1 night
  • Cheaper Tuesday shows
  • Different promotional codes
  • Different looking tickets
  • plus more

Create a new pricing group for each of these pricing points. Then, via Pricing Schema, you can link the session or section or both to these pricing groups.

TIP: If you have only one ticket option per section or session, it may be easier for your patron to use ticket prices with Headers and setting Ticket Capacity, especially if you expect them to need to buy multiple options in one purchase. This allows patrons to select everything that is required on the one page, rather than moving to the shopping cart and continue booking to complete their transaction.

 

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