Ticketing

No set-up or monthly fees when managing ticketed events on GivePulse. Free events have no fees, and events with a cost are only an additional 1% + $0.99/ticket. Organize all your ticketed events, scale your usage, and recruit and manage volunteers in one place.

Free events pay no fees

No fees for all your free events

  • Registrations
    Manage registrations for your festivals, meetings, parties and events.
  • Track Attendance
    Track the attendance of your participants and determine their engagement overtime.
  • Recruit & Manage Volunteers
    Use the all-in-one volunteer recruitment and management platform to find and manage your attendees.

Ticketing Pricing: 1% + $0.99/per ticket

Sell tickets and have the option to let attendees absorb the fees or even have an invoicing option

  • Absorb Fees
    You can decide if you want to absorb the fees or let your attendees support the event by absorbing it on their end.
  • Invoice Option
    You can decide to let your attendees request an invoicing PDF option.
  • Total Payment Transaction
    Our payments processor,Paypal/Stripe,has a transaction fee of 2.9% + .30. GivePulse has processing fees of 1% of the Ticket Price + .99 cents. The total GivePulse processing fee is capped at $9.95.
  • ACH or Check option
    Depending on what you prefer, we can auto-wire the money within 2 days of your first sale or we can mail a check (U.S. only, and will have to wait 5 days postmarked after the event ends).
  • Refunds
    Refunds can be done within GivePulse and take approximately 4-10 days to process.

Ticketing

No set-up or monthly fees when managing ticketed events on GivePulse. Free events have no fees, and events with a cost are only an additional 1% + $0.99/ticket. Organize all your ticketed events, scale your usage, and recruit and manage volunteers in one place.

  • Recruit & Manage Volunteers for your event

    Use GivePulse to recruit, manage and retain volunteers. Maintain communication through email updates or thank you messages to recognize and further empower your volunteers.

  • Invoice Option

    Let attendees have the option to be invoiced and keep track of the status.

  • Custom fields, inputs, surveys & forms

    Upon buying a ticket, you may request that registrants fill out questions (custom fields) related to the event. These fields can be used to survey before and after the event for evaluation purposes.

  • Manage registrations and invites

    Review and organize everyone who has registered for or been invited to your events. You can export or reassign volunteers to other shifts while ensuring all data is synchronized and notifications are appropriately sent out.

  • CRM Integration

    Leverage our CRM or let us integrate with your CRM (we support platforms like SalesForce, SugarCRM, RaisersEdge etc.).

  • Social Media Promotion & Engagement

    Let registrants and attendees promote your event through their social media channels before and after the event.

  • Mobile

    Leverage our mobile app to sign-in people on the go

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