To create new ticket types, click the Tickets tab and click New Ticket.

Free vs Paid

Immediately, you'll be prompted to select whether the ticket type is free or paid. This selection impacts the fields you see, outlined below. A free ticket type doesn't have any cost associated, and the user isn't prompted to enter their payment information.

Ticket Name

Enter the name of the ticket. This name is visible to end-users, so we recommend making it something that is easily discernible to you and your audience.

Quantity

Enter the quantity of tickets available for this specific ticket. If there are unlimited quantities of this ticket available, leave this field blank and the infinity symbol will be shown.

Price (if Paid)

If the paid ticket type is selected, you'll see the Price field. Enter the cost associated with this ticket. The currency is pulled from the Event Basics.

Ticket Description

Describe this ticket. This is a great place to indicate the value of this ticket! For example, why would a registrant choose the VIP ticket over the Regular ticket?

Advanced Settings

Sales Start & Sales End

If this ticket has a particular sales duration, select the date range here. The ticket will only be available for purchase during the specified time range.

Min. Purchase & Max. Purchase

Here you can indicate whether a registrant must purchase a minimum or maximum number of tickets. For example, you could require them to purchase at least 4 tickets to take advantage of the group ticket type price.

Ticket Availability

Toggle the Close Ticket Sales option to turn off sales for this ticket. This is similar to the Sales Start/End option, but allows you to quickly toggle sales on or off.

Toggle the Hide Ticket option to make this ticket invisible to registrants. Users will only be able to access this ticket if they enter the associated promo code.

Service Fee

Select whether the service fee should be absorbed into the ticket price, or passed on to the buyer. Use the pricing example on the right to review.

The Processor Fee is charged by Stripe per transaction, whereas the Service Fee is charged by Socio per transaction.

Integrations to Event App

Assign to Group

Under the Integrations to Event App section, specify whether this ticket should be associated with a specific group of users inside your app.

⭐️ Keep in mind, this is a nice way to easily segment content for particular event app user groups! For example, you can provide VIPs with exclusive content.

Terms & Conditions and Refunds

⭐️ Keep in mind, after your event is published, the Terms & Conditions and Refunds and Payments sections move under Settings.

Add Terms & Conditions

In addition to Socio's terms and conditions, which are included automatically, you can add your own terms and conditions.

Select Refund Policy

Select your refund policy from the options available in the drop-down list. By default, the No Refunds option is selected.

Payments

⭐️ Keep in mind, after your event is published, the Payments and Terms & Conditions and Refunds sections move under Settings.

Stripe

Stripe is a technology-first approach to payments that makes moving money as simple, borderless, and programmable as the rest of the internet. Stripe’s products power payments for all kinds of companies, including Socio Registration!

⭐️ Keep in mind, you must connect your Registration event to Stripe before you can publish your event.

Add Tax

To add tax charges to a ticket, click the Add Tax button. You can assign one tax type to multiple tickets.

Publish Event

Click the Publish Event button to gain access to more settings and features, and finish building your event's registration.

⭐️ Keep in mind, after your event is published, the Payments and Terms & Conditions and Refunds sections move under Settings.

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