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Create Ticket Bundles

Use Ticket Bundles to collect more individual attendee data from group tickets, to create packages, and for multi-day tickets. Below, we’ll share the most common uses for ticket bundles and what happens after purchase.

1. Ticket Packages
2. Donation Packages
3. Promotional Tickets
4. Multi-Day Tickets
5. Barcode Options for Claiming Tickets

Ticket Packages (Table, Group, Sponsor, etc.)

Ticket Packages

Want to collect the individual ticket holder information?

The Ticket Bundles feature helps organizers:

  • Capture more attendee data with less effort
  • Store user data in one centralized, secure location that is easy to use or export
To create a Ticket Bundle:

1. First, create the Individual tickets (i.e. Table ticket, Admission ticket)

  • Click on your event
  • Click on Tickets from the left menu
  • Click the Add Tickets button and select General Ticket
  • Enter the information for this ticket. If you do not plan to sell individual tickets separately, then set the quantity to zero or hide the ticket.
  • Click Save

2. Next, create the Package ticket

  • Click Tickets and then Add Tickets
  • Select Ticket Bundle from the drop-down
  • Enter a descriptive title that specifies how many seats/tickets this item includes, i.e., Table Ticket (Seats 10)
  • Set your Packaged ticket price and specify the quantity available
  • From the Admission Ticket dropdown, select the ticket type and number of corresponding tickets the buyer will receive in this package.
    Bundle tickets in a package
  • Leave the default Recommended barcode option selection unless you want to require that shared tickets be claimed. Learn more about barcode options here.
  • Click More Options and enter any relevant details
  • Click Save
After Purchase:
  • The ticket bundle Buyer receives an email with a link to access and share tickets via their Ticketstripe wallet.
  • The Buyer can email individual tickets easily by entering the names and email addresses of recipients.
  • Recipients receive an email with a link to claim their ticket.
  • For more information on claiming tickets, click here.

Collect valuable attendee data from each ticket shared by the package purchaser when you bundle tickets.

Donation Packages

This example is for a Sponsor Package Donation. This package will appear in the Donation section on the event page versus the Tickets section.

The suggested donation is for $2,000, and the Silver Sponsor will receive:

  • 10 Table seat tickets
  • 2 VIP tickets with after-hour party access
To create a Donation Bundle:

1. Create the General tickets to include in the bundle

2. Create the Bundle:

  • Click on Donations from the left menu and then Add Donations
  • Enter the Title for your donation, i.e., Silver Sponsor
  • Modify the default Suggested Donation amount
  • Click More Options and enter any relevant details
  • Tick the box Donation includes admission
  • Under Admission Ticket, select the appropriate tickets and enter quantities for each

Sponsor donation with tickets

  • Every attendee is a potential donor, so you may want to select the option to display barcodes only once individual tickets are claimed to collect more attendee data. See this article to make an informed barcode selection.
  • Click Save
After the Sponsor donates:
  • The Donor receives an email with a link to access and share tickets via their Ticketstripe wallet.
  • The Donor can email individual tickets easily by entering the names and email addresses of recipients.
  • Recipients receive an email with a link to claim their ticket.
  • For more information on claiming tickets, click here.

Promotional Bundles

Ticket Bundles make creating promotional tickets a breeze.

To create a BOGO or Discounted Group Bundle:

1. First, create the Individual tickets

  • Click on your event
  • Click on Tickets from the left menu
  • Click the Add Tickets button and select General Ticket
  • Enter the information for this ticket. If you do not plan to sell individual tickets separately, then set the quantity to zero or hide the ticket.
  • Click Save

2. Next, create the Promotion bundle

  • Click Tickets and then Add Tickets
  • Select Ticket Bundle from the drop-down
  • Specify the promotion in your ticket title i.e. “Buy One Get One Free” or “10 for the Price of 9”
  • Set your Packaged ticket price and specify the quantity available
  • From the Admission Ticket dropdown, select the ticket type and number of corresponding tickets the buyer will receive in this package.
  • Leave the default Recommended barcode option selection unless you want to require that shared tickets be claimed. Learn more about barcode options here.
  • Click Save
After purchase:
  • The ticket bundle Buyer receives an email with a link to access and share tickets via their Ticketstripe wallet.
  • The Buyer can email individual tickets easily by entering the names and email addresses of recipients.
  • Recipients receive an email with a link to claim their ticket.
  • For more information on claiming tickets, click here.

Multi-Day Tickets

Use the Ticket Bundle feature for multi-day events to ensure the buyer has a unique ticket for each day of the event that you will be able to scan with our mobile app. This will help with accurate attendance reports and fraud prevention.

1. First, create tickets for each day of the event. If you do not plan to sell individual event-day tickets separately, then set their quantity to zero or hide the tickets.

2. Next, create an All Days Pass ticket and bundle the individual event-day tickets. Specify how many of each ticket the recipient should get. In this example, the buyer should only receive 1 ticket for each day of the event.

Create multi-day tickets

3. Leave the Recommended barcode selection.

4. Click Save.