Sell Tickets and Share Profits
A win-win for you and your users.
Users earn profit on their events while you collect fees.
Run a powerful events marketplace.
Let your website visitors create and sell tickets for the events they submit to your calendar.
By supercharging your calendar with Community Tickets, you’ll create revenue potential that event organizers will love.
Adjust your payment and fee options to run your business exactly how you want.
Collect a fee from ticket sales that other event organizers run through your calendar.
Community Tickets features
User ticketing platform
No admin access required
Collect ticket fees
Frequently asked questions
Community Tickets lets users create and sell tickets for their own events on your calendar.
In order to use Community Tickets, you’ll also need:
- The Events Calendar. Our free calendar plugin that adds a calendar to your WordPress site.
- Community Events. This premium add-on for The Events Calendar creates an event submission form for people to add events to your calendar.
- Event Tickets. Our free ticketing plugin that allows tickets to be created for events.
- Event Tickets Plus. Our premium add-on that connects Event Tickets to WooCommerce.
- WooCommerce. The most popular WordPress ecommerce plugin, allowing you to accept payments for ticket purchases.
Together, this combination of plugins and products turns your calendar into a virtual marketplace for events and ticket purchases.
If you are ready for the whole solution with all the required plugins, check out our Community Manager Bundle for more than 20% savings!
Yes, and that’s one of the biggest benefits of Community Tickets. You can charge flat or percentage-based fees, and fees can be applied on a per-ticket or per-event basis.
Community Tickets also handles splitting the proceeds between you and the user that created the tickets. We call these “split payments,” and they’re a great way for you to monetize your calendar’s events.
Absolutely! With Community Tickets, you have access to a sales report that tracks sales and payments for your events.
You can even track payouts to event organizers, which is a great way to confirm how much users on your site are earning and whether their payments have successfully completed.
As the calendar owner, you can limit who is allowed to create tickets. By default, any registered user on your site assigned to at least a Subscriber role is able to create tickets on submitted events. You can change this setting to limit permission to other user roles.