Community event creators have the option of taking parents' card payments processed via a card processing service called Stripe, which is easier to use on phones than Paypal.
You can pay via credit card without leaving the Classlist app if the event creator chose Stripe to process the payments.
When you receive an invitation to a paid event, you can buy tickets through Classlist using Stripe card payments. Where you would normally click the red 'Reply' button to RSVP to a free event, for a ticketed event simply click on the 'Get tickets' button.
A dialogue box will pop up asking you to select the number of tickets (see below). There may be more than one ticket type to choose from (eg adult and child tickets at different prices).
NB: Your selected tickets are held for up to ten minutes or until the payment is completed. If the payment is not completed in within ten minutes your session will time-out and your selected tickets will be released for other people to buy.
Paying by credit card
Click on the pay button at the bottom to check out.
Adding additional info
Your event creator may have asked a question such as "Which food choice do you want?" or "Do you have any allergies?". For every ticket you have bought you add answers to these questions and click 'save'. These notes can be edited by you in the run up to the event.
Confirmation of purchase
After you have confirmed the payment, you will be redirected back to Classlist, where a ticket purchase confirmation notice will show how many and what type of tickets you purchased: eg in the image below the user has bought 1 meal ticket for the Reception class Christmas party. From the confirmation box you can click the ‘download ticket’ link and you will receive a pdf of your ticket which you can print off and keep.
If you want to check how many tickets you bought or buy more tickets later on, you can go back to the event page and click on either 'view ticket(s)' or 'more tickets'. From here you will also have the option to download your tickets.
If the event owner has set a 'reply by' date on the event you will not be able to purchase more tickets after that date has passed.
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