Integrating Sage For Accepting Payments

As an event presenter on Yapsody, you have the option to collect your ticket revenue through multiple payment gateways specific to your country. Following these steps will help you obtain your Sage payment gateway credentials and integrate it on Yapsody. These credentials will be used to enable online Credit/Debit card sales for your Online Ticket Store.

Steps To Integrate Sage For Accepting Payments

1. Obtain Your Merchant Details

Before integrating Sage as your payment gateway on Yapsody, please obtain these details mentioned below.

  • Merchant Name
  • Merchant ID
  • Merchant Key

Your Merchant ID and Key can be found in your welcome email. If don’t have your welcome email, please submit a ticket with Sage Support. Sage is only available for our event presenters based out of the United States of America to process payments in USD. 

2. Go To Settings

After you’ve obtained your merchant details, login to Yapsody and click on “Settings” from the drop-down list in your account.

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Click on “Accept Payments.”

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3. Add Payment Method

Click on “Add Payment Method” at the top right or “Configure” right next to Credit Card.

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Now select the payment method as “Credit card” and select “Sage” from the List.

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You can also enable the payment option for both the box office and your online ticket store. Now enter the Merchant Name, Merchant ID and Merchant Key in their respective fields and click “Add” at the bottom of the pop-up to ensure they are saved.

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Don’t have a Yapsody account to sell event tickets online? Sign up now and sell your first 50 tickets with NO ticketing fee & collect money directly in your favourite Payment gateway account.

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