Getting PayPal REST API keys for Coconut Tickets

Coconut Tickets is built to last into the future and as such uses the PayPal REST API which is the...

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Collecting vendor documentation with Coconut Tickets booking form

For each vendor pitch sale you can define your own booking form. As well as answering the questions on the...

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Easy sales landing page with Coconut Tickets

Customers select the tickets you have on sale when they arrive at your sales landing page. Coconut Tickets has a...

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Collecting customer information with a Coconut Tickets booking form

To save time following up with customers and improve the overall customer experience use the booking form editor to create...

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Trouble shooting ticket scanning with Coconut Tickets app

If you get stuck with the Coconut Tickets scanning app and you can’t get ticket scanning to work then please...

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Creating event tickets with Coconut Tickets

Each event may have a slightly different event ticketing model. Read how to use the tools in Coconut Tickets for...

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Selling event tickets with Coconut Tickets

Selling event tickets with Coconut Tickets is easy and repeatable. A wide range of ticketing models are included to allow...

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Linking WordPress to Coconut Tickets

Linking to sales pages on Coconut Tickets The embedding tool in Coconut Tickets allows visitors to your WordPress site, social media...

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Configuring the Coconut Tickets app to scan tickets

When you download the Coconut Tickets app from Google Play everyone gets the same default configuration. Therefore it is necessary...

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Scanning tickets with Coconut Tickets App

All PDF e-tickets issued by Coconut Tickets have a QR code on them for identification. You can read these e-tickets...

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