Recurring Tickets

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    Hello!
    Your plugin looks great, just a quick question.
    If I create an recurring event and add tickets to it, are the tickets recurring as well?
    We’re looking at using the plugin, but there will be a LOT of time slots for booking, e.g. every 15 minutes for 8 hours a day. It would be a lot of work if we had to recreate the tickets for every event!

    Cheers
    Andrew

    Andrew
    #6828 Reply

    Hi Andrew,

    There are two booking ‘modes’ which you set in the plug-in options. One is ‘book by series’, the other ‘book by date’. If you have a recurring event book by series means a user places a booking for the entire event series. A typical example here is booking places on a course – the user is registered for the entire event, and not a specific occurrence of that event.

    Book by date on the other hand is exactly that: the user specifies a specific date they wish to attend and are only registered for that date. The example here is where you’d be selling tickets for a theatre show, and although you’ll have several dates available, users will only want to book for one date.

    but there will be a LOT of time slots for booking, e.g. every 15 minutes for 8 hours a day.

    Unfortunately Event Organiser does not support recurrences on the same day. That is, you can’t set an event to recur every 15 minutes.

    Stephen Harris
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