WHAT IS THE UNIT PRICE?

Unit Price

Enter the amount you wish to receive for each rate. The unit price includes taxes by default.

Even if you provide your tax numbers, this will not automatically calculate taxes.
If you want to add them to the price of your tickets to be paid by the buyers, you must do the calculation using a tax calculation site. Like this one: http://www.calculconversion.com/sales-tax-calculator-gst-qst.html

Example:

In this example, if you want to receive 12$ per ticket after taxes, you need to put 13.80$ in Unit Price. 


WHAT IS THE TICKETING FEE?

The ticketing fee shown above, includes the ticketing fee of Thepointofsale.com and the transaction fee.


Ticketing fee ($ 0.99 + tx = $ 1.14). The amount for ticketing services charged to customers is added here automatically to the unit cost, taxes included.

Transaction fees (3.9% + tx). If you have decided to charge the transaction fee to buyers, it will be calculated and added automatically in the Ticketing Fee field.

Here is how the transaction fee is calculated

Unit cost x 3.9% + taxes.

Example: $8.48 x 3.9% = $0.33 + taxes = $0.38

In this case, the final ticketing fee is the sum of $1.14 (ticketing fees) + $0.33 (transaction fees), which gives $1.52 in total.


WHAT IS THE ORGANIZER FEE? 

Organizer fee. Add the organizer fee here. These charges will be added to the buyer's payment but will not appear on their email receipt.
You will see this fee separate from your unit cost in the sales report of your event.
Taxes are included by default on this fee.

Total. Represents the total cost of the ticket, taxes, ticketing fee and Organizer fees which is, the amount the buyer will pay for each ticket.

UNDERSTAND THE AMOUNTS ON THE TICKET

Price. This amount represents the unit cost excluding taxes and fees.

Fees. This amount represents the total fees including ticketong, organizer and transaction fees but excluding taxes.
Example: $2.30 + $0.90 = $3.20 - taxes = $2.78

Taxes. This amount represents taxes on the cost of the total ticket, including all fees.
Example: $1.23 + $2.45 = $3.68

Total. This amount represents the total cost of the ticket including taxes and fees. This is the amount that buyers pay and see from the beginning.

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