AccelEvents takes pride in providing affordable solutions that truly help increase funds collected at your event.
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Frequently Asked Questions About Pricing
Is there an activation fee to sell event tickets?
Nope! There is not an activation or setup fee to sell event tickets! The only fee for event tickets is the fee per ticket sale.
Are you really just $1 per participant?
YES! However, for an auction, raffle, or fund a need we do charge a $249 activation fee per event / fundraising type. There is NOT an activation fee for event ticketing! Your $249 payment will activate your account prior to your event. Following your event’s conclusion, we will charge you the remainder based on your number of participants.
Who is considered a participant?
A participant is someone who submits a bid for a silent auction or submits tickets for a raffle. Your participants can submit an unlimited number of bids, for an unlimited number of items – all still for $1!
When will I receive the proceeds from my event?
Your money is paid out to you as it comes in! We don’t hold it until after your event. You will receive payouts every 48 hours so that you can put your money to work and cover the costs of hosting your event!
What about credit card processing fees?
We partner with Stripe for credit card processing. Stripe charges 2.9% plus 30 cents a transaction. We offer you the choice to pay this fee, or to have your winning bidders pay processing fee at checkout.
Does your ticketing percentage fee include credit card processing fees?
No, the 2.9% plus 30 cents per transaction fee mentioned above is charged by our credit card processing partner. However, we do give you the option to have your ticket buyers pay these fees.
When do I get billed for my outstanding balance?
For your outstanding balance, we send you the bill 30 days after the event, but if you need it earlier, you may just contact us through chat or through firstname.lastname@example.org to request for your bill.