Tito is an event registration software that offers ticketing support for event organizers. Its features include attendee management, website integration, reporting and analytics, team collaboration, sales support, email management, and more. In this article we cover Tito reviews and pricing. Ready to get started? Sign up for an account.
The Tito pricing scheme offers four ticket options that vary according to event type: Regular Event Fees (3% of the ticket price, per ticket purchased), Community and Nonprofit Events (1% of the ticket price, per ticket purchased), Charity and Free Events ($0), and Enterprise (custom priced).
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|Community and Nonprofit Events|
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*These prices do not include payment gateway fees.
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Summary of Tito Reviews
As of the date this article was written (July 9, 2019), there are no up-to-date Tito reviews available online. If you are a past or current Tito customer, leave a review to help others who are deciding whether or not to use the software.
Check out the list below of some of Tito’s features:
- Sales support
- Email management
- Reporting and analytics
- Website integration
- Team collaboration
- Attendee management
- And more
Is there a cap for its additional ticket fees?
For its per-ticket fees, it imposes a cap of €25 (approximately $28.04, as of the date this article was written).
What are the fees for payment gateways?
Stripe charges 1.4% and €0.25 (approximately $0.28) per purchase for Europe-based cards and 2.9% plus €0.25 for non-European cards, while Pin Payments bill users 1.75% of the ticket and $0.30 for domestic cards and 2.9% in addition to $0.30 for international cards. On the other hand, Braintree’s standard pricing starts at 2.9% and $0.30 per transaction.
Here is a list of some of Tito’s popular integrations: