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in your own PayPal
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Pay a predictable monthly FEE
Fireworks, military festivals, music festivals and open air concerts
Indoor presentation and show tickets with strict seating limits (e.g. musical recitals and indoor concerts)
Country shows and fairs with specific day tickets and multi-day tickets
ice skating or Santa with hourly time slots and strict participation limits
concession stalls for food sales and merchandise at your events
Charity event tickets and fundraiser tickets
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Pricing terms explanation. Pricing plans define the maximum number of ticketing events that can be on sale at any one time and the number of tickets (public tickets and vendor tickets) that can be sold. Public tickets are counted as being the sale of the right for one person to enter or participate in that event. For example, a family ticket for 4 people will be counted as 4 tickets. A complete vendor order (one pitch or slot) is counted as one vendor ticket. A ticketing event is the combination of the event and the types of tickets on sale. For example, the sale of public tickets and one type of vendor pitch has a ticketing event count of 2.