The cost of ticketing systems varies enormously. With some, costs run as high as 15% of your sales. Other systems claim to be free. We are happy to give you more insight into the differences between these fees.
There are always 2 parts to the cost of ticket systems. You have ticket costs and transaction costs.
It happens that ticketing systems aggregate the above charges. You then pay a total rate. Usually this total rate applies only to tickets paid for by iDEAL and Bancontact. If someone pays with another method, there are almost always additional costs.
In addition, in some cases there are other additional costs. Consider, for example, periodic fees and fees for special features.
Be careful when you think you've found a free ticketing system. There is often a catch. After all, a revenue model is needed to maintain the system.
When a ticketing system claims to be free, it is advisable to check what the underlying revenue model is. Usually you'll see one of the following come up:
Many ticketing systems appear at first glance to be free. The reality is often a bit more complex. Therefore, it is good to find out the underlying revenue model of the ticket sales system. In addition, look at the transaction costs for all the payment methods you want to activate. This way you can make a good and informed decision for your organization.
At WeTicket, we make every effort to keep costs low. Read more about our fees here.