Top Tips For Setting Up Your Holiday Event

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With the winter months rolling in and Holiday season approaching, what better time to set up your Thanksgiving, Christmas or New Year's Eve event on Eventcube. Whether a school play, your office festive night out or a big party to see in the new year, use our extensive feature portfolio to help you sell tickets and enjoy your event.

It can be difficult to stand out from the crowd during the holiday season, so hit the ground running and sell your events online with Eventcube which will give you greater reach with much less effort than heading out with a traditional book of tickets!

To kick things off, customize your store with the tools on your dashboard to capture your event's look and feel. The festive season invokes strong imagery, so utilize that by greeting your customers with what they have to look forward to!

Then once your event is set up you can get creative with our ticket options to help sell your event out. From deposit schemes to secret links, group offers to social discounts, a flexible range of options gives you the tools to sell your tickets. People love to spend money during the holidays - especially for gifts for loved ones - so don't hesitate to create promotions and incentives to entice them to buy into your event.

Our pricing structure provides you with a genuine alternative to Eventbrite, meaning you keep more of your revenue, especially for those running one-off charity events that are prevalent at this time of year.

It just takes a few minutes to get your event online, get started here.

Good luck, and happy holidays!

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