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Event Types - Select The Right Ticketing Set Up
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Written by Lauren
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There are five event types in TicketSpice:

  • Standard,

  • Date-Based (Calendar),

  • Date-Based (List), and

  • Series of Events.

  • Reserved Seating

This article will give you a tour of the four types so you can select the one that works best for your event.

Note: You will be asked to select an event type when creating the page, but you can change it before publishing with the following steps.

Select Edit Ticket Information

Select your Event Type

Standard Event

Most commonly used for a one-time event with one or more ticket levels. If your event best fits the standard set up but has many ticket levels, try our ticket categories to visually organize them.

Edit View:

Live View:

Date Based (Calendar)

Most commonly used for events that repeat over a series of days or weeks. You can use the menu to customize the date range, specific days, and specific times that tickets are available.

Edit View:

Live View:

Date Based (List)

Most commonly used for singular events that occur over a period of several days. Instead of a calendar view, you'll see a dropdown of dates to select.

Note: You can partner this selection with actions to show/hide different ticket levels on different dates.

Edit View:

Live View:

Series of Events

Most commonly used for ticket types that are best sorted into categories, rather than dates. These can be custom labeled for clarity.

Edit View:

Live View:

Reserved Seating

Most commonly used for events with venues and assigned seats. This can only be selected when creating a new page. Click here to see more information about our Reserved Seating event type.


I already published my page, but I'd like to switch the event type. Is there a way to do it?

Don't worry! While you can't update the event type after the page is published, you can copy your page and update the event type in the copy.

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