How to edit a ticket type

Once you have created a ticket type with all the basic details, you may need to edit these details in the future. At AllEvents.in you can easily Edit the ticket type.

Using Desktop website

Edit the ticket type

1
Login to your AllEvents.in account and go to Events Ticketing menu under Organizer Pages section under the profile drop-down.

2
Find the event of which ticket type you need to edit and click on Ticket Sales.

3
In the Ticketing dashboard for the event, click on Manage Ticket Types to edit the ticket type.

4
You will see a list of all created ticket types for that particular event. To edit the ticket type, click on the "down" arrow under the  Action column and click on Edit Ticket.

5
You will see the basic details of the ticket type, you can edit these details simply by refilling these fields. Once you are done changing the details, click on Save.

How to enable additional options in a ticket type?

While you are creating or editing an existing ticket type, you can also employ additional settings to better control the ticket.

1
In the ticket type pop-up box, under Manage Ticket section, click on More options.

2
Now you can add additional settings to the ticket type in question. To save the changes, click on Save.

  • Ticket Description: You can use this to talk about what is Included and what is Excluded in the Ticket. For Example, if there is a Lunch which is included in ticket you should write about it. And also write what benefit they get from purchasing tickets and what you are going to deliver to them.
  • Ticket Sales Start & Ticket Sales End: You can use this to create short term ticket sales. For example, Early Bird Tickets where the ticket is only open for a few days after the event is published. Similarly, you can also create a ticket that goes on sale just before the day of the event.
  • Instructions for Attendees: Whenever a ticket is booked/purchased at AllEvents.in the buyer receives a copy of their ticket in their Email. You can use this field to send a message along with a copy of the ticket. For example, when you need to instruct all "VIP" ticket type buyers to enter from "Gate E" at the venue, you can use this.
  • Ticket Group Name:
    If you want to group one or more tickets under a single header/collection, you can use this. For example, If you need to create tickets like the following structure.

    Adult (Group name)
    • Regular
    • VIP

    Children (Group name)

    • Regular
    • VIP

Using a Mobile App

How to edit a ticket type

1
Launch the Allevents.in Organizer app. Find the relevant event from the list of all your events and tap on Edit under the event.

2
Scroll down to the end of the Edit event page and tap on Manage Ticketing.

3
You will see a list of all created ticket types for that particular event. To edit the ticket type, tap on the "down" arrow across the ticket type and tap on Edit Ticket.

4
You will see the basic details of the ticket type, you can edit these details simply by refilling these fields. Once you are done changing the details, tap on Save.

How to enable additional options in a ticket type?

While you are creating or editing an existing ticket type, you can also employ additional settings to better control the ticket.

1
In the ticket type pop-up box, under Manage Ticket section, tap on More options.

2
Now you can add additional settings to the ticket type in question. To save the changes, tap on Save.

  • Ticket Description: You can use this to talk about what is Included and what is Excluded in Ticket For Example, if there is a Lunch which is included in ticket you should write about it. What benefit they get from purchasing tickets and what you are going to deliver to them.
  • Ticket Sales Start & Ticket Sales End: You can use this to create a short term ticket sales. For example, Early Bird Tickets where the ticket is only open for a few days after the event is published. Similarly, you can also create a ticket that goes on sale just before the day of the event.
  • Instructions for Attendees:
    Whenever a ticket is booked/purchased on AllEvents.in the buyer receives a copy of their ticket in their Email. You can use this field to send a message along with a copy of the ticket. For example, when you need to instruct all "VIP" ticket type buyers to enter from "Gate E" at the venue, you can use this.
  • Ticket Group Name:
    If you want to group one or more tickets under a single header/collection, you can use this. For example, if you need to create tickets like the following structure:

    Adult (Group name)
    • Regular
    • VIP

    Children (Group name)

    • Regular
    • VIP