When creating a ticket, (in multiple ticket mode) let's say that I want to charge for a ticket that has only the cost (for example $5,00) but doesn't occupy spaces.

An example would be: Children from 0 to 6 years, don't take up spaces

There is a way to accomplish this?

Thanks in advance

http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/events-manager/

Hiya,

Have you tried to create a free ticket? That would be m first suggestion...

Thanks,

Phil

Hi Phil,

thank for the reply but I don't need a free ticket, but of a ticket that costs for example $5.00 but where is not scaled the availability. (spaces)

I hope I was more clear

Do you have a limit on your overall number of spaces (for adults)?

Yes. I have one ticket for Adults, one ticket for boys and one ticket for children. When user chooses the quantity for Children, there is a way to calculate only the price without altering the availability of the spaces?

Only for children.

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**agelonwl**

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Posted 1 year ago #

maybe this snippet can help you get started - http://pastebin.com/nXSQWLH8

Thanks for the reply.

But can you tell me where I need to paste this snippet?

Just paste it? Or there is something else I should do?

**agelonwl**

Member

Posted 1 year ago #

just paste it in your theme functions.php but it's just a starting snippet to help you get started.

I tried the snippet that you suggested but it's to change booking price. I need a snippet that when eg I choose 2 tickets for children, the number of available spaces does not decrease.

There is any snippet that can help me do this?

Or it's possible to adapt the snippet that you have suggested to me?

**agelonwl**

Member

Posted 1 year ago #

This is a relatively complex change to make in terms of how EM works, because each ticket takes up spaces. It can be done using hooks but it's extensive work.

You'd definitely need to hire a developer to help you with this, but i'd imagine it'd be a big job because there's lots of places you need to hook into to prevent price/availability calculations doing what they normally do.

OK! Thanks a lot for the reply

One last question: It's possible to have a customized version of the plugin? Of course paying for the work

yes, it's possible; you can try http://jobs.wordpress.net/