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4 Awesome Ways to Show Your Seats!

We offer 4 different ways to display your seat/ticket inventory. Each of the ways can be optimized for small or large venues. Each display mode shows real-time seat availability. As soon as one customer selects a seat, the seat becomes unavailable on everyone else’s browsers. With this Do-It-Yourself feature you will: upload a spreadsheet of your seat inventory, set the ticket prices, upload your seating chart images, and finally tag all the seats.

Display Modes For Small Venues

Venues with 500 seats or less and you’d like to display all seats in one single seating chart.

Interactive Seating Chart

Small Venues 

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In this layout the customer can select several seats from the seating chart. Each seat will immediately appear on a list. They can click to remove any seat from the list. Lastly they will click “add to cart” and each ticket/seat will be added to their shopping cart. If all your ticket prices are the same and you’re not offering discount options – this is the best mode.

Interactive Seating Chart Mode with Discount Ticket Options

Small Venues

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Customer can click any seat on a seating chart, then a modal window will appear, the general ticket price will be displayed. If there are any discounted ticket options they will also appear below. They click the add to cart button and can return back to the seating chart, event page, or shopping cart. This layout is recommended if the ticket prices are different across the same seating chart, or if you are offering discount options.

Interactive Seating Chart Multi-Day Seat

Small Venues 

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This layout is ideal for situations where you would like to offer your customers an easy 1-click way to buy tickets for the same seat across multiple showtimes. For example the same seat(s) for 4 nights in a row.

Interactive Seating Chart Multi-Day Seat Selection (Date Selection 1st)

Small Venues 

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This layout is ideal for situations where you would like to offer your customers an easy 1-click way to buy tickets for the same seat across multiple showtimes. For example the same seat(s) for 4 nights in a row. In this mode end-users select the dates then the seat.

Display Modes For Large Venues

Venues with over 500 seats or and you’d like to split the seats into different sections & seating charts.

Interactive Seating Chart

Large Venues 

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In this layout the customer can select several seats from the seating chart. Each seat will immediately appear on a list. They can click to remove any seat from the list. Lastly they will click “add to cart” and each ticket/seat will be added to their shopping cart. If all your ticket prices are the same and you’re not offering discount options – this is the best mode.

Interactive Seating Chart Mode with Discount Ticket Options

Large Venues

Click to see demo

Customer can click any seat on a seating chart, then a modal window will appear, the general ticket price will be displayed. If there are any discounted ticket options they will also appear below. They click the add to cart button and can return back to the seating chart, event page, or shopping cart. This layout is recommended if the ticket prices are different across the same seating chart, or if you are offering discount options.

Interactive Seating Chart Multi-Day Seat

Large Venues 

Click to see demo

This layout is ideal for situations where you would like to offer your customers an easy 1-click way to buy tickets for the same seat across multiple showtimes. For example the same seat(s) for 4 nights in a row.

Interactive Seating Chart Multi-Day Seat Selection (Date Selection 1st)

Large Venues 

Click to see demo

Using a calendar, the customer selects the dates they would like to buy tickets for. This layout is ideal for situations where you would like to offer your customers an easy 1-click way to buy tickets for the same seat accross multiple showtimes. For example the same seat(s) for 4 nights in a row. In this mode end-users select the dates, then the section, then finally the seat.

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