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The Ticket object contains information related to a ticket purchased or reserved through a ticketing page on a campaign or standalone ticketing page.

Availability: The Ticket object is available on the Ticket Purchased Confirmation email.

Attributes: The Ticket object has the following attributes:

  • Ticket.Name

  • Ticket.Description

  • Ticket.Price

  • Ticket.Tax_Deductible_Amt

  • Ticket.Amount_Discounted
  • Ticket.Tickets_Purchased_Count

Tickets

Returns an array of Ticket objects—all the tickets the donor purchased or reserved in their transaction. Use an array filter or iteration tag to display the desired information. One useful filter that can be used commonly is all_info, which displays names and field information for all the tickets purchased/reserved in the relevant transaction:

Input

Your tickets:
{{ Tickets | all_info }}

Output

Your tickets:

Adult (2)
Meal Preference: Chicken, Seating Preference: None
Meal Preference: Vegan, Seating Preference: Yes

Child (1)
Meal Preference: Kid Meal, Age: Under 5

Ticket.Name

Returns the ticket name.

Ticket.Description

Returns the ticket description.

Ticket.Price

Returns the ticket price. Note that this is the stated price on the ticket, as distinct from the total amount charged in the transaction. Use a money filter to return the value in a monetary format:

Input

{{ Ticket.Price | money }}

Output

$25

Ticket.Tax_Deductible_Amt

Returns the amount of the ticket price that was set as tax deductible by the administrator in the Ticket Builder. Note that this is the stated deductible amount on the ticket, as distinct from the total deductible amount for the transaction. Use a money filter to return the value in a monetary format:

Input

{{ Ticket.Tax_Deductible_Amt | money }}

Output

$10

Ticket.Amount_Discounted

Returns the discount amount as set by the administrator in the Admin Panel > Discount Codes. Note that this is the stated discount for the ticket, as distinct from the total discount for the transaction. Use a money filter to return the value in a monetary format:

Input

{{ Ticket.Amount_Discounted | money }}

Output

$6.50

Ticket.Tickets_Purchased_Count

Returns the number of tickets purchased or reserved in the relevant transaction. Note that this is the purchased count just for the relevant ticket, as distinct from the total purchased count for the entire transaction.