How much commission does AllEvents charge per ticket sold?

When you publish and manage your events using AllEvents, you pay the lowest possible convenience charges in the world.

In case of free tickets, meaning when ticket amount is set to "0", no commission is charged.
Free tickets are free.👍

When you accept payment for your events ticket on the event venue itself or by some other method that does not involve AllEvents, there is no commission charged. Yes, in other words, irrespective of your ticket price, you won't be charged for anything.

When you accept payment of tickets online through AllEvents, the commission structure is explained below.

  • PayPal:
    We charge 0.5% of the ticket amount or USD 0.5 (whichever is higher) to the attendees. You will receive the full ticket amount in your PayPal account. PayPal charges applicable which varies from country to country.

  • Stripe:
    Same as PayPal, we charge 0.5% of the ticket amount or USD 0.5 (whichever is higher) to the attendees. You will receive the full ticket amount in your Stripe account. Stripe charges applicable which varies from country to country.

  • For events accepting INR as currency:
    • A) 0% from Organizer:
      We will collect 3 % of the ticket amount from attendees. This is the default preference for every event unless the organizer specifies otherwise.

    • B) 3% from Organizer:
      Attendees will pay just the ticket amount and we will deduct 3% of the ticket amount from your revenue.

      While you are setting up the ticketing for your event, you can specify which of the options A or B you wish to set. To learn how to enable ticketing on your event, click here.

  • Advanced ticketing Plan:
    Based on your promotional requirement, we will offer you our premium services along with the ticketing, services like Paid promotions on various social media platforms, Push notifications, featured listing across our site and newsletters, specially customized emails and much more.
    We will offer you a commission rate based on the services you opt-in.
    If interested, you could drop us a mail by clicking here.
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