Yes. You can create as many different ticket types as you need. You can create a mix of free and paid tickets, or you can create different ticket pricing tiers. Our event ticketing platform is flexible enough that you can essentially create any kind of ticketing structure you like.
There are no fees for free tickets. You can use all EventNut features for free when you host a free event. For paid events, our service fees are $1 + 1% of the ticket price, with a cap of $10 per ticket. As of February 2017, these are the lowest ticketing fees you’ll find online.
You can choose to use either PayPal or Stripe to accept ticket payments from attendees. With either of these processors, attendees can use a credit card to purchase tickets. (If you choose PayPal as your processor, attendees can also pay via their PayPal accounts.)
For credit card purchases, Stripe and PayPal charge identical credit card processing fees: 2.9% + $0.30 per transaction. Using EventNut, you can choose to pay these fees yourself, or you can pass them on to your attendees.
Yes. You can choose to pay credit card processing fees and EventNut ticketing fees yourself, or you can pass them on to your attendees. Please note: if you choose to pass your fees on to your attendees, the fees will be charged initially to your credit card on file. You will then be reimbursed by the credit card processor you’re using (Stripe or PayPal) when the attendee is charged.
Ticket revenue and reimbursed fees (if you opt to pass fees onto your attendees) will be deposited to your bank account by your chosen credit card processor (Stripe or PayPal) within two business days. Please note: the first transfer you receive may take up to 7 days.
If you use PayPal for payment processing, attendees can purchase tickets using either their credit card or their own PayPal account. If you use Stripe for payment processing, attendees can purchase tickets using their credit card.
Credit card acceptance is a function of the payment processor you’re using. Currently, both PayPal and Stripe allow event ticket purchasers to use any of the major credit cards, including Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover.