Does FooEvents work with WooCommerce Memberships?

FooEvents does not specifically integrate with WooCommerce Memberships, however, we do have many customers who use it and in most cases, it works perfectly. One thing to keep in mind is that FooEvents will not automatically cancel tickets if a customers membership is canceled.

Bookable: Party Venue Booking

Scenario A party venue company would like to allow customers to make venue bookings through their website. The venue can be booked on specific days at two different time slots. The company also offers additional services such as party packs, entertainment, and equipment hire that are offered as upsells. When an customer purchases a ticket, …

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Web Hosting

Please visit the minimum requirements section before choosing a hosting service FooEvents works flawlessly with the majority of web hosting providers that support WordPress and WooCommerce. We have curated a list of popular web hosts that we have tested with FooEvents to give you added peace of mind.

Payment gateway integration

FooEvents uses WooCommerce to process payments which integrates with over 100 different payment gateways. Here is a list of all the payment gateways that WooCommerce currently supports.

How can I complete orders automatically so that tickets are emailed?

By default, FooEvents requires a WooCommerce order to be completed before tickets are created or emailed. This is to ensure that you receive payment before the attendee receives their ticket(s). There are different ways to complete a WooCommerce order. You can do this manually or automatically either by adding code, using a payment gateway that …

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How do I create different ticket types?

FooEvents supports the WooCommerce variable product setting. This can be used for any extra event selections or ticket types. We’ve published a blog post on how to create different ticket types which explains how to do this in simple steps: If you’re interested, you can also see an example of how the ticket type …

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