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No charge for free tickets

While most companies pat themselves on the back for not charging you to sell free tickets, we know this is a given. No one pays anything for free tickets.

For paid tickets, hosts pay only 50¢ per ticket

Because our fees are so low, we automatically pass them on to your customers. Our service fee and a credit card processing fee are instantly reflected in the price of your tickets the moment you create them. Below we list the breakdown of the fees.


Fee breakdown

For each ticket sold for a paid event, there is a Service Fee of 1.9% of the ticket price and an additional $0.50 + 2.9% for credit card processing. The 2.9% credit card processing fee is automatically added to the price of the tickets the moment you create them. That's it. No hassles. No surprise fees at checkout. The Service Fee of 1.9% is automatically added to the ticket price, to be paid by the customers, leaving the additional 50c credit card processing fee as the only fee for organizers to pay.

  1. A credit card processing fee (2.9%) is added to the ticket price automatically, to be paid by customers purchasing tickets from you.
  2. A service fee (1.9%) is added to the ticket price automatically, to be paid for by customers purchasing tickets from you.*
  3. A payment gateway fee (50¢) is added to the ticket price automatically, to be paid for by the event organizer.

When do I get paid?

The revenue you generate through ticket sales on Waliko will be deposited to the bank account of the host of the event on the next business day. Please note that you will not be able to sell any tickets for your event until after your bank account is connected (we'll remind you), and once your first ticket has sold, you will not be able to change pricing or ticket information.





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*Pricing rule may not apply to conferences