Eventbrite enables you to organize, promote, run, and track events from both a desktop computer, and a mobile device through its app designed for event organizers. With Eventbrite, you can create a listing page for any event you organize, which includes built-in payment process, as well as analytics and customer support capabilities. Eventbrite ensures that these listings pages can be easily discovered, and they can be built out-of-the-box and designed by Eventbrite. This listing page can also be customized according to your brand’s identity. With the payment processing functionality, you can embed a checkout on your listing page so attendees don’t have to leave the site to purchase a ticket. You can also use Eventbrite to host and run free events, as the app doesn’t charge fees on free tickets. Eventbrite has an industry-leading search ranking on search engines, which enables people to find your events easier.
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I like the event suggestions I get from Eventbrite about events I may likely be interested in.
There are lot of free networking events on this platform .
Booking tickets for free or paid events is easy and a fast process ; usually takes less than a minute in most cases.
I like that I can reprint my event ticket as many times as I desire from "My tickets" page.
The search function on the Eventbrite mobile app. can be better programmed. I do encounter difficulties searching for events using the mobile app.
There is rarely a major event happening in my city,not listed on Eventbrite.
Majorly, I use Eventbrite to locate networking events happening within my vicinity. I can find events where I hope to meet professionals and tell them about our mobile money financial products
Eventbrite integrates with my Google Calendar and this has enabled me to save the date of events I have booked on Eventbrite on my Google Calendar , thus allowing me get a notification on my Calendar on the day of the event.
It is quick and easy to register for events on this platform ,plus I get an immediate event ticket confirmation sent to my email.
Not sure there is anything about Eventbrite I dislike from my experience. It is the most popular event ticketing website for a reason.
For people looking for free events ,Eventbrite has the largest collection of these globally. At least from my own personal experience.
Easy access to purchase tickets for events I am interested in attending. I no longer need to visit popular public facilities and queue on the line just to purchase a ticket, I simply log unto Eventbrite.com and get my tickets in a matter of minutes.
I like the sheer amount of free events available on Eventbrite. It is intuitive and the navigational controls makes it so easy to search for events and book or purchase tickets. The instantaneous confirmation of ticket purchase, alongside an email confirmation with digital tickets attached is among what stands Eventbrite out from other ticket booking platforms.
On one occasion I registered for an event via Eventbrite which turned out not to be what it was advertised to be. I reported to Eventbrite and requested for a refund but got not response. Thus, I think Eventbrite needs to attempt to do a background check on the events being registered on its platform.
Finding local events where I can meetup with like-minded persons and expand my social network in the process. I easily find lot of free-to-attend events happening across my city.
Eventbrite let me register for as many events as I love on the platform. Interestingly, I have registered for more free events on this platform than paid events and that is because there are actually a lot of free events on this platform.
The website is intuitive and easily can be accessed on computer, tablet plus there is a mobile app. That allows easy access through smartphone.
There should be a way for me to get pop - up notifications suggesting newer events happening around my location,which I may be interested in attending.
Primarily use Eventbrite to locate networking events happening around my district. I have never had an idle weekend thanks to Eventbrite,as I always locate an event of interest around my vicinity.
We can control several of the main aspects of our event planning and management needs online. We can add multiple admins to help manage and update account settings and data. I like the reporting dashboard, which allows us to see metrics on event registrations and helps us understand the impact of our online and offline marketing campaigns. Eventbrite can integrate well with our social media and website. There is also the ability to create unique landing pages for event registrations.
There aren't really any negatives that I can point out from my experience with Eventbrite so far. New users should understand that there is a percentage that Eventbrite takes for each ticket. The higher tier plans will deduct a higher percentage. If keeping costs down is a priority, you should understand that Eventbrite fees could lead to a lower bottom line.
I believe you could trust Eventbrite when it comes to event management since it's used by many large and prestigious organizations. They have also been around for a long time. I remember looking up events through Eventbrite's website years ago and they're still around and doing well.
Eventbrite has given us online cloud-based tools that let us sell tickets, market to leads and manage event information online. The Eventbrite portal is easy enough for most people in my organization and department to use, so we're able to get multiple people connected so we divide work time up for greater efficiency. The Eventbrite reports helps us to figure out trends and results of marketing campaigns that we launch through email, social media and print materials.
Eventbrite is a great tool for small to medium size organizations who need to set up an event. Once the event is created is is super easy to share, promote and keep track of sales. I love that I can use the software from my laptop as well as my phone using the Eventbrite organizer app.
Setting up an event can be tricky, especially if you are trying to set up more than one type of ticket, and it takes a little bit of time to get through to customer service if you need them.
Don't be intimidated, it's actually quite easy to use.
We have used Eventbrite for 6 years to set up an annual event, and once we got past the learning curve on that first setup it has been smooth sailing! I love being able to login from anywhere on my phone and keep track of the ticket sales.
Super easy to set up an event. The user flow is also fast and reliable.
Prices have crept up over the years making me take a second look. I also hate that you cannot completely white label your event, even when employing the widget. Everyone knows you're using Eventbrite. It's also not a complete solution. It's fine for ticketing, but if you want to set up a simple event web site you have to go elsewhere. The reporting features are also somewhat limited.
Think about all the features you need in an event management platform. Can be tempting to rush in because getting started is so easy. Sometimes that's the most important thing, but sometimes you get boxed in.
Getting people to sign up for events. It's very nice that there's no fee for free events. Glad they've kept that. Google forms for external programs are so tacky.
I like Eventbrite's non-profit rates, I like how easy it is to set up events, how easy it is for multiple users to sell tickets using the mobile app, the detailed reports available in Eventbrite, the ability to create discount codes, and the ability to check people in WITHOUT asking them to show their printed tickets.
I dislike not being able to use Eventbrite for point-of-sale transactions like concessions (they charge a $1 fee each time you sell an item for concessions!) and I dislike the lack of flexibility to offer one ticket type for 1 day of a multi-date event. If you choose to make a ticket type visible to the public, it's visible for ALL days of the event.
Sign up for an account and get started right away. Contact customer support with any questions you have - they are very responsive and very helpful! I have not been disappointed in 5 years of using this product.
More cost-effective ticket sales, better reporting, better real-time tracking of ticket sales, mobile application access, and better communication with our patrons.
I love how Eventbrite has helped me as a mom plan my events and also keep tabs on events we have been invited too. It syncs up to my iPhone and is easy user-friendly and colorful.
I have no dislikes for this really, if I had to think of one maybe getting to be synced to my Alexa or google so she can put them on my calendar and remind me of them with me having to manually do it
If you are looking for a way to give ease and peace of mind, Eventbrite is your platform. easy to use, easy to navigate and ahead of the game.
event planning, event coordinating, tickets, keeping tabs on upcoming events and searching for events in my area
I used Eventbrite when I was freelancing for a client. It is very easy to setup. Took me less than 30 minutes to get an account and an event up and running. It can be linked to Paypal, if you prefer which is great. It's also easy to share the event on social media. It's great for people doing smaller size community or charity events.
Not much I dislike except I found it hard to get to my event later on when I wasn't signed in. I had to do a search in my area. Much more hassle then I wanted.
I needed a place other than social media for a charity event I was working on. They didn't have a website or landing page to drive people to. This was the next best thing.