- Add events as a WooCommerce product type on your online store.
- Manage the stock of tickets as admin.
- Show the event location to customers at the front end.
- Sent the tickets as PDF to customers in an email.
- Manually as customers to an event.
- Track check-in status of attendees by manually entering the ticket number.
- Allow the customers to print the tickets from the My Account page for offline use.
- An interactive widget to let the customer see upcoming events.
- Collect information from users like gift cards and coupons.
- Allow the customers to add event to Google Calendar from the orders page
- The Event Ticket Manager Plugin supports multisite compatibility.
- Event Tickets WooCommerce allows dynamic CSS to change the background and text of the ticket to give a dynamic look.
- The My event tab in the My Account section of the WordPress Events manager plugin lists the user’s purchased tickets.
- When an event expires, the WooCommerce Events plugin hides or removes the product.
The plugin installation can be performed in two ways, namely: automatic and manual installation.
1. Automatic Installation
Trace the following steps for the automatic installation of WooCommerce Event Tickets Manager:
- Open the dashboard of your WordPress website and navigate to the sidebar.
- Visit Plugins → Add New
- Now on the search bar type the name of the plugin – “Event Tickets Manager for WooCommerce”.
- From the search results press the Install Now button beside our plugin.
2. Manual Installation
Here are some simple steps for the manual installation of the plugin:
- Download the Event ticket manager for WooCommerce plugin from WordPress.org.
- Once the plugin is downloaded upload the .zip file of the plugin.
Now activate the plugin by going to Plugin → Installed Plugin and press the Activate button below the plugin.
Under this tab, you’ll find some options that define the overall functionality of the plugin. The general settings of the plugin can be tweaked as per your brand goals.
- Enable / Disable: Press the slider switch beside Enable / Disable to enable the plugin for your WooCommerce store.
- Enable Event Location Site: Press the slider switch beside Enable Event Location Site to display the event location on the Google Map to your customers.
Under the Ticket Setting tab, you can configure the Event Tickets sent to your attendees in emails.
1. Event Ticket Email Subject: Write the subject for your Event Tickets in the text field beside Event Ticket Email Subject. Use the [SITENAME] shortcode for the name of your site
3 Upload Default Image: Upload a default image that you want to display in ticket emails. The image will be displayed in the email body and the ticket pdf in the email attachment.
You can click on the UPLOAD LOGO button. When clicking the button a popup will appear in which you can upload the image
Under the Integrations tab, you have to integrate the Google Map services to show the location on the product page.
For enabling the Google maps on the product page:
- Generate an API key. (Check out this documentation on Google Maps API key.
- Now enter the generated API key in the text box beside the Google API Key option.
There are some settings that have to be configured in the product data box for adding an event as a product to your WooCommerce store. Firstly, select Events as product type.
Now trace the following steps:
1. General Settings
Input the price of your events under the general settings.
You have to enter the following information:
- Regular Price: The price at which the event is usually sold on your website.
- Sale Price: The price at which you want to sell event tickets.
Press on the Schedule button to sell the event on the sale price for a specific period of time.
Under the event plugin WordPress settings, you can configure the following:
- Start Date/ Time: Fill in the start date and time of the event.
- End Date/ Time: Fill in the date and time when the event ends.
- Venue: Enter the accurate address of the event to get the best Google map results.
- Remove/ Hide Product: Click the checkbox if you want to Remove/Hide event product on being expired.
- Disable Shipping Charges: Click the checkbox if you want to disable the shipping charges for a particular product.
- Display event on google map: Click this checkbox if you want to display the location of your event on Google maps on the product page.
The inventory management for Event products is the same as other WooCommerce products like Simple, Variable, or Grouped products.
Customers can validate their check-in from the WooCommerce store. The customers have to follow the following steps:
- Log in to the store with their account credentials.
- Visit the Event Check-In Page
- From the drop-down menu choose the event for which the check-in has to be validated.
- Enter their ticket number.
- Enter their email id.
- Press the Check-In button.
The Event Tickets Manager For WooCommerce is made compatible with the WordPress Multilingual (WPML) plugin for localization of the event manager plugin’s strings.
For translating the plugin the first step is to extract all the strings of the plugin and it can be done with the help of the following steps:
- From your, WordPress Admin Panel visit WPML → Themes and Plugins Localization.
- Now scroll down to the Strings in the plugins section.
- Lastly, select the Events Ticket Manager For WooCommerce plugin from the list of plugins.
To translate the strings into the language of your choice press the Translate Strings button present next to the plugin.
You’ll be redirected to a page where all the strings of the plugin are listed and you can translate each string from here.
Upon visiting this page you can manually select a string for translation by clicking on the “+” button next to each string in a row.
A popup will occur in which you can write the translation of the string.
Once you’ve written the translation it will be automatically saved and when the customer chooses a different language they’ll see the translated version of the string.
11.Feedback and Suggestions
Don’t see a feature in the Event Tickets Manager for WooCommerce plugin that you think would be useful?
We’d love to hear it: Reach out to our Support query and we’ll consider adding it in a future release.
Any WooCommerce store owner who wants to add event-based products to their WooCommerce store can use this plugin. The Events tickets Manager For WooCommerce allows you to sell events from your WooCommerce without paying to Third-Party marketplace owners.
Yes, the Events tickets Manager For WooCommerce Provides the Exact location of events to the user on the Product page and tickets as the plugin is Integrated with Google Maps.
The Event Manager Plugin gives the store owner an In-depth view of How the Events are Performing. You can view the Performance of your products as :
- Event wise
- Attendee wise
Yes, With the help of the Event tickets manager plugin customers can download the tickets in PDF format. Also when the customer purchases an event the downloadable PDF file is mailed to the customer.
The event ticket manager supports all the WooCommerce payment gateway for Example PayPal, COD, Stripe, Direct bank transfer, Check payment.
YES, Since the Event tickets Manager supports WPML you can translate the strings and text of our extension into other languages.
Yes, we have this feature in the Ticket manager Plugin that allows the admin to export the list of attendees in CSV or a pdf format.
No, Presently we only provide offline event bookings where we have provided a page where owners people will enter the ticket number manually.
Customers can download and view their tickets from my account page.
Tickets will be sent to the customer via email with the pdf attachment.
Yes, we have this feature in the Event Ticket Manager Plugin where Admin can add the attendees manually.
Yes, you can create events as a product type. For this please enable our plugin then go to the dashboard >> Product >> select add new. Now from the drop-down menu beside Product Data select Event.
Multisite Compatibility feature allow users to manage multiple websites of similar nature from a single dashboard. With this compatibility, you can install the Event Ticket Manager plugin on sites within your multisite network.