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    Saskia commented  · 

    As Edgar said, a ticket header based on category would be nice to be able to set up, just like with Event Colours Plugin now.

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    Saskia commented  · 

    Most of the time I don't have a picture to add to my events, but I would like to see of my company styling in the tickets. The easiest way to do that now would be to create a ticketheader for your tickets.

    But that would mean, that I'd have to add my 'company banner' to each and every ticket manually. But that seems way to time-consuming.

    So in an ideal world, I would be able to set a default template in the TEC settings, and with the possibility to overwrite it manually in single a ticket.

    Added bonus would be, that I'd always a thumbnail for my event when it's added to the cart, instead of an empty square.

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    Saskia commented  · 

    I had a question like this once. And I know there is a 'simple' solution. But seeing as I'm not a programmer, I'll leave it to Tri.be to provide the code :P

    But if you think about it a bit longer, it does make sense why the default is set to zero. Imagine an event with multiple ticket types: for kids, adults and seniors. If the defaults would be 1 instead of 0, and I'd press 'add to cart' it would add 3 tickets to the cart instead of 1. Which would probably result in angry instead of confused costumers.

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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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    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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