You can create combo tickets to offer special discounts. For example, if you are selling adult tickets for $20 and kid tickets for $5, you could create an offer such as “Buy 2 adult tickets, get 2 kid tickets for free.”
The two free kid tickets will only be available for selection once the 2 adult tickets are selected; once the maximum of 2 free kid tickets are selected, the user is unable to add additional free kid tickets.
In the Dashboard >> Tickets >> Create and Edit, you need to mark the appropriate tickets as part of a combo. Click the edit icon beside the ticket(s) you want to make into combo tickets.
Check the combo ticket box here.
In this example, there is one ticket group with Adult tickets and free Child tickets which are only available with the purchase of 2 Adult tickets. Since free Child tickets are only available as part of a combo ticket, the combo ticket setting should be enabled for that ticket only.
Next, go to Event >> Purchase Settings >> Combo Tickets. Here you can set up the logic. In this case, we're allowing someone who's buying at least 2 Adult tickets to get 2 free Child tickets.
Finally, add pricing for each level (Tickets >> Advanced Pricing). In this example, Adult tickets are $20 and free Child tickets are $0. You can also add other purchase periods if, for example, you want these prices to change closer to the event.
Once you have completed these steps, test your purchase path to ensure that your combo tickets are set up the way you want them.
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