Tickets and Events
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Whether your event is big or small, it’s easy to use Omella to handle your 🎟️ ticket sales and events.

Click the + for a blank page or choose our Event Registration template to get you started and customize for your event. Once your page is ready to go, you can easily share the link by posting on social media, emailing, or even printing a QR code so that attendees can pay in person at your event. Your payer can purchase one or multiple tickets in the same transaction. A detailed receipt is emailed to everyone who submits payment and can be used in place of a ticket🎟️. Our reports track it all too!

Our organizations are using Omella to manage all of their events:

  • PTAs and PTOs manage RSVPs for the school dance
  • High school drama club sells tickets for the spring musical
  • Booster clubs sell tickets and concessions for basketball games
  • Teachers collect money for museum field trips
  • Orchestra’s sell in person tickets by displaying the QR code
  • Small businesses sell tickets and manage registration for fundraisers
  • College fraternities sell tickets to formals
  • Non-profits manage RSVPs to continuing education webinars


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