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    Thank you all for your patience on this one.

    This can be addressed with the following snippet pasted in the functions.php file of your theme (without the PHP tag at the top): https://gist.github.com/niconerd/16770b84adb6156aaa77948bf208bacb

    We also want to thank @websource who wrote a separate nice little plugin to address this.

    https://github.com/thebeard/events-calendar-pro-organizer-mail

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    Bruce commented  · 

    I tried the plugin you've linked to on GitHub and it did not work for me. I'll try again, but would really prefer an "official" implementation of this feature rather than a 3rd party plugin with unknown support.

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    Bruce commented  · 

    From glancing at the code this appears to function only for RSVPs. We use the WooCommerce tickets integration (Event Tickets Plus) and don't use RSVPs. If someone knows how to modify the code to include tickets as well as RSVPs this might be worth trying on our development site.

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    Bruce commented  · 

    I'm actually using Better Notifications for WordPress for other purposes so using it for this type of notification would be a no-brainer. However, I don't see how BNFW can be used for this purpose as it doesn't have any hooks that I see to fire on a ticket purchase event.

    Perhaps someone using BNFW in this way has explained how they accomplished this? Perhaps they are leveraging the BNFW "Custom Fields" add-on?

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    Thanks for your votes! We have this on our longterm roadmap for Event Tickets Plus.

    Some folks have started using the free Event Tickets addon as a waitlist ( https://wordpress.org/plugins/event-tickets/ ). With that plugin installed a new type of ticket becomes available: RSVP. You can add RSVPs “tickets” to sold out events. This allows users to share their email address if they are interested in attending. You can then email the list of interested users when a ticket becomes available.

    With some minor wording modification you can even rename RSVP to “Waitlist” and change any other verbiage to help make this a decent wait list feature for your website.

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    Bruce commented  · 

    I would like to suggest that the interface for RSVPing be improved. Currently at the bottom of an event page there is an RSVP button and it is not clear that one needs to input a value into the numeric box above the button. Worse, if you leave the number of RSVPs at "0", the error message that is displayed says:

    Please fill in the RSVP confirmation name and email fields.

    This is misleading as the issue is the number of RSVPs hasn't been specified, not that the confirmation name and email are missing (in fact, those fields aren't even visible until the customer enters a number for the quantity of RSVPs).

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    Howdy!

    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.

    Cheers!
    - The Modern Tribe Support Team

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    Bruce commented  · 

    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.

    Thanks!

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    Bruce commented  · 

    You can do this with the Meta Box plugin: https://wordpress.org/plugins/meta-box/

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