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Setting up Fees

The first decision is whether you want the event to have a fee. If you are creating a free event, you can skip the following steps and begin at: Editing the Event Page.

Creators of Paid events must click the "Paid Entry" option and expose the payment options to decide on a single flat fee, a variable fee based on member status and date of registration, or a self defined variable fee.

When selecting a variable fee, it can be set to vary by member type, early registration, late registration, or any mix of the three.

When setting price by member type, all member types will be listed, even those unable to register for the event. There are no adverse effects from not entering a fee for ineligible member types.

If you decide to set up variable fees based on your defined criteria, you'll need to start by defining some using the Add Type Button to bring up a drop down menu of your options

Custom fee types require a name, description, and base price. The member types the new fee is available to and the times it is available are also required. A newly created fee type will be added to a list of new fees and be visible to eligible registrants. Custom fee types can be edited and deleted after creation.

Below the fee options are the payment options. Payments options include Credit Card, Check, or Payment at the Door of the Event.

Checking an event option will expose the note field and other related fields for that option.

The Credit Card Processing option allows registrants to use PayPal or Marketingship's own processing service to process credit and debit card payments, and includes a fields for an associated PayPal account and for leaving a detailed message to registrants.

The Check and At Door options allow the registrant to defer their payment to a later date, either check, or at the entrance of the event. Checking the Check and At Door options expose fields for leaving important information for each pay option. Deselecting an option does not erase the information placed in that option, it merely renders it unselectable by registrants.