The Ticketing Display Mode is set on a per venue basis and relates to how seats are displayed for ticketing by seat events.  When you create a new venue, by default the mode is set to Ticket List.

To set the Ticketing Display Mode, you must have already created your venue.

You may then Edit the Venue seating Mode by clicking on the venue name in Manage > Venues to find the full Ticketing Display Options.



Available Seating Chart for venue are followings:


A. Simple Table Style Display Layouts

1. Ticket List General Admission 

In this mode,  a table of all available tickets is displayed below/above the seating chart and where each Section is a tabalso shows the seats available only for physical handicap or aisle space.



2.Ticket List General Admission with discounts.

This mode is the same as above, but with additional columns for discounts and and user can select the special rates for the particular seat.


B. Interactive Seating Chart Layouts

This mode is the most visual mode for ticketing, where an image of the seating chart is displayed, and the user is able to click directly on the seat hotspot which they wish to purchase tickets for and add tickets to their cart.  Available seats can be clicked on and added to cart, whereas unavailable seats will display in a muted or different color and are non-selectable.  This mode is excellent to use for mapping display stands for festivals, fairs and conferences as well as for seating charts. Here there are two types of seating modes are available for setting up chart according to the availability of seats.if venue consist more than 200 seat than its more suitable to use large venue type for building interactive seating chart.

1. Interactive Seating Chart Mode (Basic)

 In this layout the customer can select several seats from the seating chart. Each seat will immediately appear on a list. They can unchecked any seat to remove it from the list. Lastly they will click "Add To Cart" and the seat(s) will be added to their shopping  cart.



2. Interactive Seating Chart Mode with discount.

In this layout the customer can select any seat from seating chart then it will shows the available discount option on screen.




C. Search for Best Seat Layouts (Ideal for venues with 400+ seats

1. Best Seat Available Seating Mode

This mode is useful for venues where ticket sell-out is possible or likely, or if you would like to avoid gaps between different parties' seats.  When participants select their own tickets, they may leave one or two seats free between them and other sold seats, leaving some seats undesirable for future customers.  The Search for Best Seats Mode sells tickets in correlation with the Sort Order, one ticket after another.  Users first select what section and row they wish to sit in and a display will appear showing them the best tickets according to their search parameters.  The user then has the option to search for different seats or add displayed seats to cart for purchase.  This mode is also useful for venues which are large and can not utilize the interactive seating chart mode.



        2. Multi-Day Best Seat Search

An advanced Search for Best Seat Mode, it is useful for events where participants may wish to select multiple event times to attend.  Participants will first select what dates they wish to attend, then select a section, a row and how many tickets they wish to purchase.  The advantage is that the participant can purchase tickets for multiple events at once and keep the same tickets for each event time.


After Selecting suitable date use can select the particular section and seat for that.



3. Multi-Day Best Seat Available Search with interactive Seating chart.

This is a advance feature of the interactive seating chart for seat selection.This feature is available in both large and small venue.In that participants will first select the particular seat in suitable section then select what dates they wish to attend.The advantage is that the participant can purchase tickets for  multiple events at once and keep the same tickets for each event time.