What does it do?
With the WooCommerce Tickets add-on, taking control of ticket sales for events has never been easier. No third-party websites, no ticket fee- just you, your attendees and one kick ass event. WooCommerce Tickets allows you to add as many tickets as you wish to a given event and sell those tickets entirely within your site. Each ticket has its own price, stock, SKU and specified timeframe for when ticket sales open and close.
Tickets are emailed to users, so you can customize them to suit your event. Attendees can easily pull up the tickets on their mobile device to get the details. Meanwhile, admins can view the attendees list and order information on the backend and attendee information can be exported to CSV files. When your event starts, admins can mark guests as checked in as they arrive. By harnessing the power of the excellent WooCommerce e-commerce engine (minimum WooCommerce version required is 2.2), WooCommerce Tickets has you covered.
Please note that right now, recurring events are not supported with tickets, and attempting to set up tickets on a recurrence pattern will not work. We’re working on this for the next major release, since we realize it’s in high demand, and will update this page at that point.
License Options (More Info)
Unlimited and Multisite licenses are also available. Click here!
An Introduction to our Tickets Framework
Stay Within Your Site
WooCommerce Tickets is contained entirely within your WordPress site. Users will stay on your site for the entire ticketing process. Any tickets displayed with events will keep the feel of the overall site, and can be further customized as you see fit by modifying the template. Plus, since the tickets are created as products within WooCommerce, you get to take advantage of many slick features WooCommerce already has to offer, including reports, a detailed order history and integration with coupons to apply discounts.
Need more information on our tickets plugins? Be sure to check out our Knowledgebase articles, particularly the section on tickets features. You’ll also want to check out our demo site to see WooCommerce Tickets (and our other add-ons) in action. If you have questions about tickets functionality or what plugins are best for you, please post a thread in our open Pre-Sales Forum and we’d be happy to help out.
Don’t see what you’re looking for? Let us know! If you’ve got ideas for features or functionality that would make your life easier, share them with us…we’re always listening.
WooCommerce Tickets uses the payment gateways supplied by WooCommerce. The free WooCommerce plugin comes with six basic options: Direct Bank Transfer, Check, Cash on Delivery, Credit Card (via Mijireh) and PayPal.
WooCommerce also has a large number of payment gateway extensions available for purchase that can be used with WooCommerce Tickets.