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Create "Group Check-In" Tickets with Single Barcode

Last Updated: Jan 29, 2018 09:12AM EST
Venues now have the option to create Group Tickets with one single barcode for scanning. This will cut back on fraudulent purchases, resale of group tickets and ease the burden upon multiple entry point scanning. This functionality will benefit clients who sell large groups of tickets, such as museums.

Only one ticket will print for the order. Since there is only one barcode printed, all members of the group must enter together because any tickets scanned after with the same barcode will scan as Invalid.

​This feature only works with General Admission events. This feature will not work with Packages.

​From the Venue Dashboard click on Manage

Click on Price Codes

On the next screen, you can choose to either:
A. Create a new price code for your group
B. Edit an existing price code
Once the price code has been established click on Advanced Settings in the far right column.

A pop-up box will appear giving you the option to turn on the Group Check-In option. Click on the box next to Group Check-In.

Once you have added the Advanced Setting, you will see a memo next to your price code noting that it is now set up for Group Check-In.

After you have created a Group Order, you will see the single barcode in the Order Details page.


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