Add Date and/or Time to Tickets
When a single event has multiple dates/times that tickets are available (e.g. a concert with more than one show, matinee/evening, etc), it would be great to be able to distinguish that within the ticket from other ticket products of the same event.
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Ash Bullman commented
This idea has been around for over 5 years, and clearly a highly requested one, maybe Woo could get a shift on?
Carlos Carter commented
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Would love this feature.
I didn't buy this add-on specifically because it didn't have this feature. It was otherwise perfect.
3 years old and more than enough votes imho.
When is this coming to Box Office?
There must be some kind of product scheduling available for ticket products. Guys, who develops this half baked stuff?
Paul Smith commented
Just using this and need multiple dates for a single event, using variations seems a silly idea and hope that you can develop something more professional
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Ticket without date/time. Seriously?
Just figured this out after the guarantee expired a few days ago.
So I have almost completed the website for my costumer and we decidede to give box office a go to better handle our tickets in the shops. Now we realised that this essential information is missing. Seriously... a plugin that is all about ticketing prints a ticket without a date?
And now we either have to wait years depending on votes before this is included or get customization?
I having my return options checked right now.. this is an absolute no-go...
Guys!! No functionality to input Time, Date and Location of ticketed product!?? Why else would you buy a ticket for something?? Absolutely a key requirement.
Valerie Robinson commented
This idea is also over a year old. Is this thread being watched by admins and/or is the plugin being actively enhanced? It seems a bit forgotten.
Valerie Robinson commented
This is a startling omission. Just had someone purchase tix for an event that ended a few weeks ago not realizing that there's no way to expire the event when it's over. I don't want to unpublish it because I want it to show as having occurred. But there needs to be a way to make it un-purchasable afterwards and it should be automatically done.
I got all the way to using this extension before I realized it was not a core part and I feel that's a little silly.
Robert Shippey commented
This is also important for being able to show that the deadline for purchasing tickets has passed (either because the event is in the past, or because some additional deadline field is in the past).
The tickets plugin doesn't really have all the required functionality without a concept of date/time for the events the tickets are for.