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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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    Edgar commented  · 

    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.

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    Edgar commented  · 

    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!!

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    Edgar commented  · 

    It woudl actually be even better if every event individually can be added to any calendar (google, ical, outlook). I organise so many events but still have to manually get them into outlook. The same goes for participants/guests. They would also benefit from a link to their calendar when they are interested and / or book a ticket.

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    Edgar commented  · 

    This is an insanely important missing link! It would really "close" the entire circle when it comes to event management in communities. BuddyPress misses events, and events misses BuddyPress. While custom solutions may work, it won't help everyone. I would need it because I want that members of my network can actually see who is going to which event. Selling tickets for a public event (e.g. a general concert or a open-air event etc) does generally not require this integration, but if you're part of a network, you want to see who else is going.

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