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Payment gateways, currency, and fees
In this section, you can set up the accepted payment methods and fees applicable to the orders placed in your platform.

Global payment settings

Currency

Choose the currency that is used platform wide

Currency symbol position

    Left: Displays the currency symbol left of the amount
    Right: Displays the currency symbol right of the amount

Allow Paypal as a payout method for the organizers to receive their revenue

Once you enable this option, organizers will have the possibility to request their payouts via Paypal once they set it up the Payout Methods section for organizers

Allow Stripe as a payout method for the organizers to receive their revenue

Once you enable this option, organizers will have the possibility to request their payouts via Stripe once they set it up the Payout Methods section for organizers

Fees

Ticket fee

This fee will be added to the ticket sale price which are bought online, by online we mean that are not purchased via a point of sale account.
Lets take an example:
    1.
    Lets say you set the ticket fee to 1.5$
    2.
    An event is on sale for 10$ a ticket
    3.
    An attendee adds two tickets to his cart for this event
    4.
    The checkout form will indicate that the attendee has to pay 23$ (10$ * 2 + 1.5$ * 2)
    5.
    Now when the organizer request a payout after this sale, the information will indicate that he will be requesting a payout with amount of 20$, the other 3$ that the attendee paid are your revenue as the owner of the platform
You can disable the additional fees paid by attendees by setting 0 in this parameter
Internally, this fee is saved when an organizer creates a new event date ticket
Please note that if you edit this fee, it will be applied to event tickets created after saving the parameter and will not affect event ticket already created
This fee does not apply for free tickets

Ticket price percentage cut

This percentage will be deducted from each ticket sold online, upon organizer payout request, this percentage will be taken from each ticket sold online.
Lets take an example:
    1.
    Lets say you set the ticket price percentage cut to 10%
    2.
    An event is on sale for 10$ a ticket
    3.
    An attendee adds three tickets to his cart for this event
    4.
    The checkout form will indicate that the attendee has to pay 30$ (10$ * 3)
    5.
    Now when the organizer request a payout after this sale, the information will indicate that he will be requesting a payout with amount of 27$, the other 3$ are your revenue as the owner of the platform and are calculated this way: (10% out of 10$) = 1$ * 3
You can disable the percentage cut that is paid by organizers by setting 0 in this parameter
Internally, this fee is saved when an organizer creates a new event date ticket
Please note that if you edit this fee, it will be applied to event tickets created after saving the parameter and will not affect event ticket already created
This fee does not apply for free tickets

Payment gateways

Click on the "+" button to add a new payment gateway
The payment gateway form contains the following shared fields:
    Name: The name the appears when attendees select this gateway
    Gateway: Select one of the available gateways, more gateways will be updated in the upcoming updates
    Image: The logo of the gateway
    Status: Choose whether to enable or disable this gateway for future orders
    Order of appearance: the order in which the gateway appears in the checkout form

Paypal Express Checkout

    Sandbox: If you are testing, enable the sandbox mode, disabling it accepts real transactions
    Username: An api username provided by Paypal
    Password: An api password provided by Paypal
    Signature: An api signature provided by Paypal
Follow the below steps to get your Paypal credentials
    1.
    Log in into your Live or Sandbox Paypal Account
    2.
    Go to the Account Settings section
    3.
    Under Account & Security > Account Access > API access, click on Update
    4.
    Search for the NVP/SOAP API integration (Classic) section and click on Manage API credentials
    5.
    Click on Show to display the username, password and the signature
    6.
    Copy and paste them into the Payment Gateway form

Stripe Checkout

    Stripe publishable key: A key provided by Stripe
    Stripe secret key: A key provided by Stripe
Follow the below steps to get your Stripe credentials
    1.
    Log in into your Stripe account
    2.
    In your Dashboard > Home section, click on Get your test API keys or Get your live API keys
    3.
    Copy and paste them into the Payment Gateway form
To edit a payment gateway, click on the Cog button in the payment gateways list
Last modified 9mo ago