We are so excited to introduce Reserved Seating functionality! In this article, we will walk you through the on-boarding process for setting up your Reserved Seating Page.
Before you begin, have the seating chart for your venue (with the rows and seats clearly labeled) ready to reference.
Create a New Page.
Plug in your event details. Select Reserved Seating As Your Event Type.
Add your logo and choose a template.
This will get you started on customizing your sales page to match your branding. Don't worry, you can always update these selections later.
Select Create A New Venue.
Once you've perfected your venue, it will be saved for you to ticket all your events.
Reserved Seating Builder Overview
Note: Make sure to save your progress every 5 minutes or any time a major change is made. This just ensures all changes are solidified before a time out session occurs.
Seating Chart: Home base for building your venue.
Pricing Tiers: Set up different pricing levels for different sections in your venue.
Selling Order: Predetermine your selling order for your ticket buyers.
Seat Holds: Reserve portions of your venue that can't be sold to the general public.
Preview: See how your venue will look on the live page.
( + ) : Add and customize venue elements.
Can I use this feature for banquet seating?
Yes! We have the option to ticket a venue or a table set up.
Can I have a venue that's part Reserved Seating and part General Admission?
Yes, we have this functionality.
Can I have season tickets?
We don't currently have this functionality.
Can I host multiple events on one page?
Each page would be a single event/date. Multiple showings would need be hosted on separate pages, which can be accomplished by copying a finished page.
Can I use the same features of a standard TicketSpice page with Reserved Seating?
Actions (conditional logic) is not currently available for reserved seating pages.
I am receiving an error that says "Your layout must have a focal point selected. Edit the seating chart to select a focal point." Why?
Reserved Seating layouts need a "focal point" to know which seats to sell first if the Best Available option is chosen. Create a Polygon Shape as a stage on your venue and you'll be good to go.