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If youre lucky and your town is small enough and they need to fill space they might even write an article about you. You may create posters get radio/TV spots and you place these strategically where you think your target is likely to be. You distribute tickets to your members to sell and wait for the money to roll in. Members turn in unsold tickets on the day and you sell whatever you can at the gate. Sounds OK right? What if I told you this scenario is fraught with gotchas that will impact your bottom line? What are the gotchas? Here are some potential issues: When its set up as described above there is less possibility of reserved seats because how can you know ahead and in general which people can sell which particular seats. Event patrons especially time-strapped people and the elderly are willing to pay more for reserved seats.
Once you have the ticket you like it should automatically open up in Word. You can now take the template and edit it and customize it by using the different fields that are available in the template to make it personal for your event. You just click on the different text boxes and simply start typing in what you want to type. You should also include some specific information about the event itself and this will cut down on the chance someone might try to cheat and bring in some other sort of ticket to try and win something for free. And it does happen. Here are some specific notes on how to use the online ticket template and design it how you want. You will need to click on "Cover" and this is the area where you can design the front of your ticket.
If you know your customers you can notify them about subsequent events and build audience. Limited opportunities for buying: Potential sales may be lost due to there only being opportunity to get tickets if you meet a member who has them. Problems here include potential customer fails to have adequate cash member left tickets in other brief case member is poor at sales etc. Potential customers from out of town have no easy way to get tickets. No way for potential customers to know how many tickets are left. That out of town patron might drive down to get a ticket at the door if he knew that there would be tickets available. Not knowing he will probably not chance a wasted trip. Poor distribution of tickets: Some of your members are great at ticket sales and could sell more if you had a reliable way to transfer tickets from members who are lousy at it to the good ones.