Cresthall– WooCommerce Box Office or Box Office for WooCommerce gives you a free way to create and sell tickets directly to customers no need for them to visit or use a third-party site or service anymore! Get ticket sales for your next event or conference up and running within minutes and start making additional income today.
WooCommerce allows you to set up any product to function as a ticket by creating a virtual product but excludes the ability to manage tickets. Box Office bridges that gap.
- Manage tickets for as many events as you wish
- Generate tickets that can have specific ticket-holder information attached
- Collect info on individual ticket-holders
- Allowing ticket-holders to manage their own info, regardless if they made the purchase
- Send custom printable tickets
- Bulk-email ticket-holders
- Export ticket-holder info to a CSV document
- Use WooCommerce Order Barcodes (separate purchase) to generate unique, scannable barcodes for each ticket
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- Download the .zip file from your WooCommerce.com account.
- Go to: WordPress Admin > Plugins > Add New to upload the file you downloaded with Choose File.
- Activate the extension.
Tickets start with creating a product, or editing an existing product in WooCommerce, then ticking a checkbox to designate as a ticket.
- Go to: WooCommerce > Products.
- Click Add Product to add a new product. Or open an existing product. More info at Adding and Managing Products.
- Scroll down to the Product Data section, and tick the Ticket box.
Any product — simple, variable, physical, digital — designated as a ticket is unique.
For example: If an order is placed for 10 products, then 10 tickets are generated. The purchaser can edit each ticket and, by adding an email address to the ticket, send to each ticket-holder to view, edit and print.
4. Go to new ticket tabs made available in product data.
Next sections cover Ticket Fields, Ticket Printing and Ticket Emails. This is where you customize tickets and decide what info to gather on each ticket-holder, what printed tickets look like, and what emails they receive.
Ticket fields are questions you ask each ticket-holder. It can be anything from their name to dietary requirements or any question unique to your event. Here are the ticket fields we created for WooConf 2016: