Are you a teacher tasked with setting up prom ticket sales? Maybe you’re hosting a potluck fundraiser for church and need to collect tickets. Or perhaps you’re putting on a movie night or school play and need to sell tickets. Good news: You don’t need to pay huge fees or subscriptions to sell tickets. And you don’t need to set up a whole new website to start selling ASAP.
Teachers have been using Payable Forms to sell prom tickets, collect money for pizza days, sell school Valentine’s, and even issue parking permits to seniors. The list is endless with what you can do using the Payable Add-On: If you can build a Google Form, you can get paid instantly.
Simply set up a Google Form, activate the Payable Add-On, and in minutes, you can collect money as students/clients/friends/etc. fill out your Form and are moved through the checkout process.
There’s no muss, no fuss, and no subscription fees. Payable only makes money if you do, and our cut—zero for sales under $2.50, 25 cents for transactions between $2.51 and $75, and 0.5% for transactions over $75—is significantly lower than typical ticket-selling sites. (For example, in the US, Eventbrite takes $0.79 plus 2 to 2.5% per ticket sold.)
Whatever type of event you’re hosting, you can make a Google Form to suit your needs. You can sell multiple tickets, add on raffle drawing options, choose their pizza toppings, or allow students to request songs at the next school dance. Simply ask those questions in your Form, and you’ll be able to see your attendees’ preferences right alongside of their payment information in the Google Sheet created from the Form.
You can get started with this simple event template: Just copy it and make it your own! (Don’t forget to follow the instructions in the template to activate the Payable Add-On and set it to start collecting payments.)
If you need more help, we have a step-by-step tutorial here, or this video can walk you through: