Selling tickets is easy with Eventbrite. Send your attendees into our order workflow to initiate the process.
Ticket types are stored relative to their associated event id. Your event’s ticket sales will result in the creation of new attendee records. You can access your event’s attendee list with the event_list_attendees method.
Attendees can access their transaction history via the user_list_tickets method.
The event_get call also returns a list of associated ticket types.
|id||The ticket ID.|
|name||The ticket name.|
|description||The ticket description.|
|type||0 for fixed-price tickets, 1 for donations.|
|max||The maximum ticket quantity per order for this event.|
|min||The minimum ticket quantity per order for this event.|
|currency||The ticket currency, in 3-letter ISO 4217 format (e.g., “USD”).|
|price||The ticket price (not provided if the ticket is a donation).|
|start_date||The date and time when ticket sales start, in ISO 8601 format (e.g., “2007-12-31 23:59:59″).|
|end_date||The date and time when ticket sales stop, in ISO 8601 format (e.g., “2007-12-31 23:59:59″).|
|quantity_available||Number of tickets for sale (requires authentication).|
|quantity_sold||Number of tickets sold (requires authentication).|
|visible||A boolean value indicating whether the ticket is visible on the event registration page.|