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Consider these important differences between RegFox & Eventbrite
The registration experience between RegFox and Eventbrite are vastly different. Here are a few things to keep in mind.
Eventbrite's crowded event page structure
If you browse Eventbrite's events, their page template looks similar to the example on the left. RegFox structures your event registration page in a completely different way. Here's why the conventional registration template may be less than ideal for your event needs.
Eventbrite logo on top of your page
When you host your event with Eventbrite, their logo adorns the top of your ticketing page. It's on the top of nearly every event page and not likely to be removed.
For those who want to have their own logo be the first logo present on their registration page RegFox is a better alternative. We’re not in competition with your Brand. When you host your event using RegFox, your branding and logo reigns supreme.
Eventbrite's main navigation on your event page
Alongside their logo, the top of your event page contains their own main navigation. A typical Eventbrite ticketing page has over a dozen external links not related to your specific event.
Unrelated event links on your registration page
Your event page on Eventbrite can contain links to other events at the bottom of your page. Here’s how they sometimes look.
The higher the price, the higher the convenience fee
Eventbrite's fees can get expensive for high priced events, they even elimatined their maximum fee cap. Eventbrite charges a ticketing fee of 3.5% + $1.79 per attendee with no limit or maximum fee per attendee. You may choose who pays the fee (you or your attendees), but Eventbrite charges and receives the fee.
Take a closer look at Evenbrite's fine print
Data sharing with affiliates
They have permission to use your attendees’ data for their internal business purposes and to share with their parent companies, subsidiaries, and affiliates.
Solicitation of attendees
Eventbrite’s terms of service include giving them permission to send offers and solicitations to your customers for other events.
Buyers tracked For advertising
Eventbrite has permission to track attendees based on behaviors and display ads for other events later.
Eventbrite generally waits until 4-5 days after your event to send you your funds. Eventbrite also reserves the right to withhold a percentage of your funds in its discretion.
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