Tickets and Taxes / Fees
Tickets and Taxes / Fees for events can be set for each individual program in MEC plugin on an event website. And you can manage all the programs accordingly based on the expenses.
- Click on “add” button and create tickets (ticket name, description, price, number of available tickets). For example, a VIP ticket can be 580$ and a regular ticket only 80$.
- Note: If Event Cost field is empty and the event doesn’t have any paid tickets, the event will be free.
- Note: There is an email verification for both free and paid bookings.
before using any fee or tax, please check out this image. you should enable fee/tax for single events:
1- Fill out the ticket name here.
2- Fill out start and end time of a ticket here (this time applies to emails)
3- Fill out a description of this ticket (if any)
4- Fill out ticket cost (Please enter only the price number without any symbols or characters.) currency settings
5- Set a label for your ticket
6- Specify the number of available tickets
7- If the reservation is not limited, check this box and ignore item 6
8- The minimum ticket a user can buy
for example: If the user buys a ticket he/she will pay $100; if the user buys two tickets he/she will pay $80; if the user buys three tickets he/she will pay $60;
9- You can set the time to stop reservation on this ticket. This can be based on the day or hour that is set before the event starts.
10 – Early Bird Events (Price Per Date): Generally speaking, when you create a new event, it can be seen in the single event back-end. This feature is named “Per Date”. If you want to announce a period of time in which you want a different price for the ticket, you need to add a “Price Per Date”. You can set the price label and in order to add more details click on Add or Remove to edit the details.
Ticket variation is anything additional to your event. It can be a dinner for a one-day festival, or music performance, or even drinks as the sidelines of an event.
Learn more about it here LINK
We have explained how to build MEC forms in general. Now, if you feel like one of your events needs to have an extra form, you can simply head over to that event’s back-end, and where you have set your tickets you can see the options below:
Simply put, you can uncheck “Inherit from global options” and then set the form just for the current event’s ticket.
Note: The option to set the “Start Time” and “End Time” has been added to the tickets. Using this option, you can set a particular time for the users in the tickets for each event.