Event Tickets Plus lets you sell tickets to events, collect custom attendee information, and more!
Take control of your ticket sales with Event Tickets Plus. Event Tickets Plus allows you to add as many tickets as you wish to a given event and sell those tickets entirely within your WordPress site. Each ticket has its own price, stock, SKU, and specified timeframe for when ticket sales open and close. No third party websites, no extra ticket processing fees…just you, your attendees, and one kick ass event. Take full control of the event ticketing process and customize it to suit your needs.
Event Tickets Plus uses your favorite e-commerce provider to keep users on your site from start to finish. Configure custom attendee registration forms to collect information like t-shirt size or food preferences. Purchased tickets are emailed directly to users, allowing them to easily print them out or pull them up on a mobile device for check-in. Admins can access attendee information on the backend and export the information to CSV as needed. When your event begins, you or your staff can mark guests as checked in manually or by scanning the QR code on their ticket.
Changelog Details For Nulled Event Tickets Plus - Version 4.12.1:
= [4.12.1] 2020-05-20 = * Feature - Added new field types to choose from when requiring Attendee Information on a Ticket or RSVP: Email, URL, Date of Birth, Date and Telephone. [ETP-89] * Feature - Add integration with new Event Tickets post and event filtering so it supports Easy Digital Downloads and WooCommerce. [ETP-318] * Feature - Multiple shortcodes added: [ETP-313] * `[tribe_tickets_rsvp]` and `[tribe_tickets]` display the purchasing block(s) for RSVP + Tickets, just RSVP, or just Tickets, as aptly named. Both have the `post_id` argument for the post/page/event for which tickets were created. * `[tribe_tickets_attendees]` displays the public list of attendees. It requires the `post_id` of the event to display the attendees and has an optional `title` argument to set the title of the block in the HTML. * `[tribe_tickets_protected_content]` is an enclosing shortcode where any content within its opening and closing tags will only appear if the currently logged in user does (or doesn't if `ticketed=0`) have a ticket for the specified `post_id` (defaults to the current post if not set). You may optionally specify the Ticket ID(s) in addition to the Post ID, such as `ticket_ids="32,50,90"` which checks if the attendee has a ticket to any of the Ticket ID(s). * `[tribe_tickets_rsvp_protected_content]` is an enclosing shortcode where any content within its opening and closing tags will only appear if the currently logged in user does (or doesn't if `rsvpd=0`) have an RSVP for the specified `post_id` (defaults to the current post if not set). You may optionally specify the RSVP ID(s) in addition to the Post ID, such as `rsvp_ids="32,50,90"` which checks if the attendee has an RSVP to any of the RSVP ID(s). * For anyone using our past extension (no longer available) that introduced these shortcodes, the extension will be deactivated automatically to avoid conflicts. * Fix - Update the `orders-tickets` template to account for a passed post to be of an unregistered post type, such as for an Event post when The Events Calendar plugin is disabled. [ETP-320] * Language - 15 new strings added, 38 updated, 1 fuzzied, and 4 obsoleted