Basics

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Creating an event on Ticketlab is super-easy! If you're logged in, in the left navigation you can tap "Create event" or go directly there via this link. The event creation page will lead you through the simple steps to create your first event, starting with the event name and date: After adding these, you'll be able to proceed to the next stage: adding a venue. If this is your first time here, you won't have any venues saved, so you can create one at this stage. A
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If you’ve got more than a few guests coming, the allocation list can get quite long and it can be time-consuming to get everyone through the door.In order to ensure you verify everyone’s tickets and do so quickly, we’ve created our own free and easy scanning system.Each ticket has a QR code which is scannable by any free to download QR code scanning app. Both iPhones and Android come with QR scanners as part of the operating system now, but you can download a separate app for free too
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Before your event takes place you may want to check the venue has a wireless internet connection as this will impact which method will work best for confirming and admitting your guests. You have three options for validating tickets on the door, if there's sufficient internet you can use the online allocation list or QR code options described below. Don't worry if there isn't an internet connection at your venue, scroll down to read how to welcome your guests in this situation. WELCOME your
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The Allocation List is accessible by logging into your account and clicking the greenish button on the top right of your event page, as shown below. You'll be presented with a list of all the people who have bought tickets, how many tickets they've bought, their booking reference (ticket code) and some other options. Ticket Types There are three possible ticket types: Sale This is a regular ticket sold through Ticketlab. Each booking can contain any number of tickets (shown in
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We have two types of pay out available to you. Our booking fee charged on tickets is the same regardless of which method you choose, and includes payment processing fees. Faster payment via Stripe Connect We've partnered with Stripe to allow you to get funds quickly, and while your event is still on sale. This allows: Payments from each ticket purchase arrive in your bank account 7 days after the transaction occurs Daily deposits More advanced financial reporting via Stripe Express
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Ticketlab is completely free to event promoters, bands and venues - you'll incur absolutely no charges when you set up your event. So, you're probably wondering how we make money? Well, a small booking fee will be added to each ticket upon checkout. We're not greedy (promise!); we only charge a fee of 20p per ticket (which covers some of the payment processing fees, plus a sliding percentage of a maximum of 6%. You won't find any hidden costs when you buy or sell tickets using our
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Ticketlab makes it easy for you to sell your own tickets to events. Here's our quick and easy guide to setting up and running your own event. Set up your event Register on Ticketlab Add the venue for your event Enter your event details Promote your event Seamlessly embed your ticket page into your own website Share your event Manage your event: Manage your ticket holders and guest list online or print them out Tickets can be verified via any