Following steps need to be followed to create tickets successfully:
1. TICKET TYPES:
1.1 Individual Ticket Type
Individual Ticket is the ticket type that most organisers would use. If you want to sell single tickets, please click on 'Create New Ticket Type' to add an individual ticket when creating an event, and then you can click on 'Add New' button at the top-right corner to select 'Individual Ticket'.
For more information about Creating Individual Ticket Type, please click on here.
1.2 Group Ticket Type
Group Ticket is specifically designed for the group of people, such as Family Pass and Table Ticket, etc. You can create group sub-tickets, and then assign these sub-tickets to a group, so that customers can buy one group ticket only, but get multiple single tickets via email.
For more information about Creating Group Ticket type, please click on here.
2. Design your Tickets:
After creating ticket types, you need to create ticket design and assign designs to the created ticket types. So customers will get the matching ticket design when they buy the assigned ticket types.
Currently, O-tix provides four design templates: Basic, Tear-off, Elegant Date and Conference Badge. You can select a template and upload ticket design image to customise the ticket design.
For more information about Ticket Design, please click on here.
3. Ticket Groups
Ticket groups allow you to present your tickets in specific groups, for your visitors to see on the front-end of the website.
For more information about Creating Ticket Groups, please click on here.
4. Custom Questions
Custom Questions enables organisers to ask tailored questions to specific ticket purchasers, based on the ticket type selected. It is a great way to gather targeted information in relation to your attendees.
For more information about Assigning Custom Questions, please click on here.
In this section, you can view the event and the ticketing details that you created. You can also download a PDF preview of each ticket type by pressing the ‘Preview Ticket PDF’ button.
The "Preview Ticket and Registration" button shows the overview of the event page and how it will look once launched.