An event management and online ticket sales platform, built on top of WooCommerce. The most complete WordPress Ticketing system.
OpenTickets Community Edition ("OTCE") is a free, open source WordPress plugin that allows you to publish events and sell event tickets online. OTCE was created to allow people with WordPress websites to easily setup and sell tickets to their events.
OTCE is an alternative to other ticketing systems, that will reduce your overhead and eliminate service fees, because it is software you run on your own existing website. It was created for venues, artists, bands, nonprofits, festivals and event organizers who sell General Admission tickets.
OTCE runs on WordPress and requires WooCommerce to operate. WooCommerce is a free open source ecommerce platform for WordPress. You can download your own copy of that from the WooCommerce WordPress.org Plugin Page
With WordPress and WooCommerce installed, you can install the OTCE plugin and start selling event tickets wihtin a few minutes. OTCE information and instructions are available on our website's Community Edition page, or you can watch some of our videos on how to get started on our Videos page.
The OTCE plugin empowers you with tools to:
There are also various Enterprise Extensions which add even more functionality to this robust core plugin.
OTCE is licensed under GPLv3.
Need help creating your first ticket and setting up your first event? Visit the OpenTickets Community Edition Basic Help and follow the steps under Creating your first Event, Start to Finish.
Need help getting started? Watch some of our Instructional Videos to learn how to install OpenTickets and setup an event!
Are you developer? Want to contribute to the source code? Check us out on the OpenTickets Community Edition GitHub Repository.
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Requires: 4.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.7.0
Last Updated: 2 weeks ago
Active Installs: 1,000+
6 of 14 support threads in the last two months have been marked resolved.
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