Combining Reserved Seating & General Admission Sections

Wondering which type of seating works best for your guests? With Yapsody you can create events by combining General Admission and Reserved Seating sections. This is convenient for guests who want a premium experience by reserving their desired seats and also for the general public who want a basic event experience. 

Steps To Combine Reserved Seating & General Admission Sections

1. Create A Reserved Seating Event

While creating an event, you need to create a Reserve Seating event and add General Admission Section in it.

Create A Reserved Seating

On selecting Reserved Seating, you will be re-directed to your Event Creation page where you have to click on the Seating Tab.

Seating Section

2. Add Sections

You will see options like Manage Sections and Seating Chart. Click on ‘Add Section’ under the Tab Manage Sections.

Add Seating Sections

You can add a General Admission or a Reserved Seating section as per your seating chart. You can also add multiple General Admission and Reserved Sections as per your seating chart.

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