Discounted ticket price for logged in users
Give members of your site the option to buy tickets at a discounted rate without the use of coupons
We wanted to point out Edgar’s easy to use implementation of this feature. For WooCommerce Tickets users you can use the 3rd party WooCommerce plugin: Dynamic Pricing and Discounts ( http://m.tri.be/18gz ). This plugin allows you to configure a discount for logged in users for all WooCommerce products, including Tickets.
Thanks again for reaching out about this. Hopefully that solution will help at least some of you get the feature you wanted right now.
- The Modern Tribe Support Team
There are situations where we want to issue special tickets to certain guests (e.g. family member of organising committee, specially invited guests). But we don't want this ticket to be visible to the general public. The solution is to give them a promo code. If the enter the promo code, the special ticket will be visible to checkout.
Here's another use case: ability to grant certain WooCommerce Membership levels "early access" to event tickets. This would be done by creating an "early access" ticket that was restricted to the appropriate membership level and that went on sale prior to the "general public" ticket.
WooCommerce Memberships mostly seems to work with Event Tickets/Event Tickets Plus from the standpoint of discounts. However, I would like to restrict certain tickets so they are only available to certain membership levels (e.g., special seating area for members, special events concurrent with main event only for members, volunteer sign-up, etc.).
Unfortunately, it appears that the wootickets/tickets.php code doesn't recognize any WC Membership restrictions. I believe this would be a great feature that has utility in multiple scenarios.
At the moment pricing box is good, however, it could be better for us and others like us as follows. For our events we have two-tier pricing e.g. [ Member: £10.00 Non-member: £15.00 ]
It would be great if this was visible in the pricing box rather than having to explain it in the text.
Even if the box said [ From £10.00 ] that would be a good start
Here's a screenshot to illustrate what I mean: http://prntscr.com/900p9r
Glad that I could help out. I can't wait to actually use it myself. My membership site is about to open, but so far I don't see any issues. The plugin has very good reviews. If anybody has experiences with it, please post it here. I will soon install it so I will update you after that as well.
This is already an old thread that I responded to before. There is an easy way around it, namely an additional plugin. Use WooCommerce Dynamic Pricing & Discounts, you can add discounts to certain groups of users. I haven't tried it yet as my site is still under development but will do so in a few weeks time.
I would love this feature! I'm using MemberPress and would like to offer my paid members the chance to buy tickets at a discount.
Awesome idea! I am setting up a membership section on my site (with BuddyPress). Still, I don't want to loose potential customers for the events I organise because they don't feel like signing in. But if there would be a way to entice them to become a member and log in before buying, that would be just phenomenal!!