290 votes34 comments · Feature Ideas » The Events Calendar/Events Calendar PRO · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →solution provided · AdminModern Tribe (Product Owner, The Events Calendar by Modern Tribe) responded
Thanks for the votes here. Multiple users report successfully using a third-party plugin to duplicate events. You’ll need to look for a plugin that can duplicate Custom Post Types. There is even third-party plugin meant specifically for our products :-)
Check it out: https://wordpress.org/plugins/duplicate-tec-event/
433 votes56 comments · Feature Ideas » Event Tickets/Events Tickets Plus · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
We’re continuing our work on a huge revamp of recurring events that would pave the way for recurring tickets. Additionally we’re working on backend improvements to tickets to support this kind of complicated functionality. Please continue to share your use cases in comments so we can strategize the scope of this long-awaited feature.Robin commented
Would love to have ability to sell tickets for recurring events individually using Event Calendar Pro and Event Tickets! If we have a class that happens every Monday, would be awesome to just create one recurring event!
297 votes38 comments · Feature Ideas » The Events Calendar/Events Calendar PRO · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
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.