Ticket price depending on user's role

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    I’m interested on this plugin and its Pro features, everything it has is all what I need except for one feature which is essential to me: price depending on the user’s role. This is because on my site there are users which pay a monthly subscription to be assign a certain role (gold member), and those users must have a discount in the event’s tickets.

    I hope this feature already exists, so the Pro add-on will be just perfect for me!


    Daniel Garcia
    #35947 Reply

    Hi Daniel,

    This isn’t a feature of the plug-in unfortunately. You could probably achieve this by using a discount code, and using the eventorganiser_is_discount_code_valid filter to ensure the code is only valid when used by someone with a certain role. E.g.

    add_filter('eventorganiser_is_discount_code_valid', function($is_valid, $discount, $booking_id) {
        $user_id = (int) eo_get_booking_meta( $booking_id, 'bookee' );
        if (!$user_id) {
            return false;
        $user_data = get_userdata( $user_id );
        //change 'gold member' to whichever role name you require
        return $is_valid && in_array( 'gold member', $user_data->roles );
    }, 10, 3);
    Stephen Harris
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