Limit RSVP or Woocommerce ticket Registration to ONE (or selectable value) for the same event
I think it's necessary have a feature to limit the number of RSVP registrations that a single user can do. It can be useful both with mandatory logging for RSVP registration and with guest users. It doesn't make sense that a single user can register more than one reservation.
Please add your votes to this idea, and add your comments to share your use cases.
If we were to implement this, it would be based on the user login, not IP addresses.
This snippet may be a good solution for anyone interested: https://gist.github.com/cliffordp/009f0b5f9cda516368545957eaf8543e
Yes Please. In my application it is absolutely necessary to limit RSVP/tickets per email for an event (to one, but per event would be great). Without this feature we have to export the CSV and eliminate the numerous double, triple and octuple signups per event - Not good.
I'd prefer different RSVP limits for each event. What I have done is to make a universal limit of one for every event, then under RSVP, I ask if they're bringing a guest. Perhaps this idea will help others.
Rishi P commented
Agreed - would love to be able to limit RSVPs to 1 per email address!
This would be a very helpful feature! Currently, we have attendees purchasing tickets for friends and if they don't have a ticket, we can't check them in by their name, only the name of the purchaser. It would be helpful to either add a search function for all custom fields, or restrict to one purchase per person.
Right now in RSVP, user can register as many tickets as they want (as they are free). We need to be able to limit these registrations/rsvp's to 1 per user, or whatever number we need per user. Currently there's no way of doing it.
Add a feature to limit the number of tickets a customer can buy, per transaction.
Sam A commented
I would like to limit the number of tickets available for each user (as these are some seriously hot tickets!), probably just by IP address, but possibly buy some other method too is okay... nothing too oppressive.