The Events Calendar: New Stripe Integration For Event Tickets

The Events Calendar just announced the arrival of the highly anticipated Stripe integration for their free Event Tickets plugin aka Tickets Commerce.

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Stripe Integration

Previously, you were only able to sell event tickets via PayPal. To be honest, PayPal is not really an option for many users given the at times exorbitant fees for accepting payments and currency conversions. Thanks to the new Stripe integration, however, you can now sell tickets to your events using one of the world’s most popular and internationally accessible payment gateways.

Check out the benefits:

  • Stripe allows you to accept credit card payments directly on your website.
  • You can offer payments via AfterPay, ClearPay, Alipay, Klarna, Giropay, and many more.
  • International customers are now able to sell tickets in 135+ local currencies.
  • Support for Apple Pay, Google Pay, SEPA direct debit, WeChat Pay, and much more (included in Event Tickets Plus only).

As Events Tickets is available free of charge, The Events Calendar charges a 2% commission fee on ticket sales – in addition to any Stripe fees. Simply upgrade to Events Ticket Plus to get rid of that fee.

Start selling tickets and collecting RSVPs for events through your own WordPress site today!

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  1. We are in the process of getting our new website & have installed Event Tickets to manage events including classes. Stripe is our online paywall. So far, we have discovered that when someone registers for a class the only info showing in Stripe is a transaction #, date & amount. Our other Wordpress plugins deliver more info. I am wondering if there are settings that can be adjusted in Stripe or Event Tickets will identify the purchaser and/or name of the class in Stripe.

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