Creating Multiple Ticket Types With Reserved Seating

If a General Admission event lets your attendee walk into your event like a king, Reserved Seating can truly make them feel like an emperor. A general admission ticket can be one size fits all but with reserved seating, a tailor-made approach through multiple ticket types will satisfy your diverse attendee personas looking for a premium experience.

Creating Multiple Ticket Types

1. Add Ticket Type

You will see options like ‘ Billing, Pricing, Discounts, Surcharges, Taxes, and Access Code. Select the option ‘Add Ticket Type’ under Pricing.

Add Ticket Type

You will get a pop-up window with options to name the Ticket Type and add the description for the ticket. Add different types of tickets that are best suited for your Reserved Seating event.

Ad Ticket Type Name

2. Set Pricing

You can set the pricing for the tickets once you have added ticket types. Click on the ‘ Enable ‘ button and mention the ticket prices for different tickets.

Set Pricing

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