It’s free for you as an organiser to create free events on Billetto (if you’re not charging for the tickets). If you’re charging a fee or are accepting donations at your event, we charge a small fee that can be included in the ticket price (and deducted from your revenue) or added to the ticket price (passed on the ticket buyer) - more information found at the bottom of the page.
Debit/Credit and Google and Apple Pay do not have any payment processing fees however other payment methods such as Paypal/Klarna will have an additional fee that they charge, please view the other articles in this section for more information.
There are no monthly charges or subscriptions - you will only be charged if you make a paid sale and this will be deducted from your final revenue. The payout will then be 3-5 working days after your event has been completed.
Check out a full overview of our pricing here.
Passing on the fee
The organiser can choose whether to pass the Billetto fee on to the ticket buyer or to absorb the fee. This option is found in the event creator / edit page under the advanced options for each ticket type (the cog icon).
Passing on the fee
If the organiser chooses to pass the Billetto fee on to the ticket buyer, the buyer pays the price of the ticket and the added Billetto Fee.
Note: As an organiser, if you choose to pass the Billetto Fee on to the ticket buyer, you will see the total sum of sales excluding the Billetto Fee in your Sales Overview.
Absorbing the fee
If the organiser chooses to absorb the fee, the buyer only pays the ticket price set by the organiser. After the ticket sales are over, the Billetto Fee is deducted from the total ticket revenue before it is paid out to the organiser.
Note: As an organiser, if you choose to absorb the Billetto Fee, you will see the total sum of ticket sales and the Billetto Fee in your Sales page in Manage Events.
To be paid out shows the amount you’re actually going to receive (i.e. minus the Billetto Fee). Any Additional services or fees are found within transaction costs.