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How to Create Ticket Types for WordPress Events?

Quick Overview

  1. EventPrime Menu > Events
  2. Events > Events Settings > Tickets
  3. Under Tickets tab, click on Add New Types, then enter the name for these types and add relevant details such as Ticket Available Dates, Quantity, Price, Additional Price, Minimum/Maximum Ticket Orders, etc.


In this guide, we’ll walk through the process of creating various ticket types for your WordPress Events using EventPrime. First, you will create ticket categories, and then you can create ticket types under each category. For example, if you’re selling movie tickets, you might have created different ticket categories such as Diamond, Gold, and Silver. Now, under each category, you can create ticket types, which will segment these categories into sections such as VIP tickets, Early birds, etc. Let’s proceed to the steps to set up these ticket types.

Accessing EventPrime and Navigating to Events

To get started, open WordPress dashboard and locate the EventPrime menu in left-hand side admin panel bar. Next, click on Events to access the list of your scheduled Events.

EventPrime Menu
EventPrime Menu

Choosing and Accessing a Specific Event

Scroll through the list and click on specific Event for which you want to create ticket types.

EventPrime > Events
EventPrime > Events

Accessing Event Settings

Inside the Event Settings, look for the Tickets tab. Click on it to proceed.

Event Settings
Event Settings

Inside Tickets tab, first you need to create a category (for more details refer to this article).

Tickets Section after adding categories
Tickets section after adding categories

After adding category, click on Add Ticket Type. Next you need to add following details –

Name – This ticket type name will be visible to attendees on the frontend.

Description – The ticket description is visible to users during ticket selection on the frontend.

Icon – A small representative icon or image for the ticket type.

Quantity – Total quantity of tickets available under this ticket type.

Price – Enter price for each ticket.

Additional Price – Include additional prices for this ticket type.

Show Tickets Left to Attendees – Activate this option to display the total number of tickets remaining for attendees.

Ticket Available Dates – Specify the dates from which these tickets will be available.

Minimum/Maximum Tickets per Order – Set the minimum and maximum number of tickets allowed per booking.

Ticket Template (optional) – Templates allow you to design custom ticket styles sent to users as PDFs for printing. To use ticket templates, please install the Event Tickets extension.

Visibility – You can display these tickets based on the user’s role.

Offers – You can add offers such as discounts for attendees.

After adding all details click on Save Changes.

After adding Ticket Types under Ticket Categories

This is how a particular type of ticket will be visible on frontend.


In conclusion, EventPrime provides a user-friendly platform to create a variety of ticket types for your WordPress Events. With the flexibility to establish distinct categories, such as making specific ticket types under different categories. EventPrime empowers you to customize your Event ticketing to meet your unique needs.

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