Step 3: On-Sale/Off-Sale
Set Sale Dates
A) SALES CHANNELS
On-Sale: This determines when you will have this subscription/package go on-sale to customers. This is broken down by date and time and also by sales channel. This is helpful if you are wanting to have these sold through different channels at different times. For example, you may want to sell these as a walk-up to VIP customers and then to the general public online at a later stage. The current date and time are automatically populated but you can customise on-sale dates and times how you like.
By entering the on-sale date and time at the very top, some quick copy options will become available to you as shown in the image below.
Copy To Selected SALES CHANNELS: This will copy this date and time to all sales channels that have had the box in the far left corner ticked. Ticking the box in the far left, top corner will select all sales channels.
Copy To All: This will copy this date and time to all relevant fields.
Clear: This will clear any on-sale time selected on the table.
Undo: This will undo the last action performed on the table.
Click the (x) in the far right of the table to hide this area.
Off-Sale Date: This determines when you will have this subscription/package go off-sale. This is broken down by date and time and also by sales channel. This is helpful if you are wanting to have the subscription go off-sale at different times through different sales channels. For example, some venues will make the subscription/package go off-sale, so it is only available for a limited time. If you don’t enter anything here as a definite date, as each event goes off-sale, they will no longer appear as part of these packages.
Max Tickets Per Transaction: This will determine how may tickets you wish any one customer to purchase in one sale. For example, you may want to only have one customer/patron be able to buy two subscriptions/packages at once.
B) TICKET TYPES – COMING SOON!