Organisers often like to offer promotional group/bundled tickets such as:

- Buy one, get one free

- Group of 10 Tickets

- Buy one, get one 50% off

Bundling tickets and offering deals at reduced rates encourages ticket sales. To create these tickets, you will need to use the Group Ticket type.

A. Ticket Type: Select 'Group Ticket' or 'Group Reserved Seating Ticket' (if you have a seating plan)

B. Ticket Name: What you would like to name the ticket

C. Group Size: This indicates how many tickets you want to generate for each purchase of this ticket type. For example, if you are selling "Buy 1, Get 1 Free", then you're selling 2 tickets for this, therefore your group size is 2. 

D. Price: Set the price you want to sell this ticket as a group. 

E. Ticket Capacity: This indicates how many tickets you would like to sell for this ticket type. Make sure to use a number that is divisible by this number you set for group size field. (ie if the ticket group size is 2, make sure the ticket capacity is an even number).

F. Max Per Order: Set how many sets of this ticket type you want to sell.

G. Start Selling: Sets when you would like to start selling this ticket type

H. Stop Selling: Sets when you would like to stop selling this ticket type

I. Show Tickets Remaining: If you would like the number of tickets remaining to show on your event page. If you do not want to display the remaining tickets left for this ticket type, you can leave it blank

J. Show Tickets Remaining (Event Level) - You can specify the number you want to use as the threshold for your ticket capacity. This will display on your event page indicating the number of tickets remaining once the unsold tickets reaches this number or less. Note: If you don't want to show the number of tickets remaining, you can leave this blank. 

K. Allow App Sales: When checked, this will allow any event operators to sell this ticket type through the scanning app

L. Code Required: When checked, this will hide this ticket type once the promotion code link to it is entered. 

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